Apico Factory Racing will continue their involvement with the HydroGarden Weston Beach Race Powered by KTM as British firm will once again provide a hydration station and with it support the Great Western Air Ambulance Charity.

The Apico Hydration Station – which has become an integral part of the promenade set-up – offers a free bottle of water for competitors and race-goers while providing the opportunity to donate to the Great Western Air Ambulance Charity. Thanks to Apico Factory Racing’s collaboration with Ice Valley Water, the two brands have raised 1000s of pounds for the charity in the last few years. It’s worth noting that the air ambulance relies solely on public donations.

A leading distributor and manufacturers of off-road products in the UK for more than 30 years, Apico’s world-class competition background, experienced sales staff and a modern 22,500sq.ft warehouse guarantees a service second to none. It is with this service that the brand variety continues to grow each year and Apico is the sole UK distributor for many leading brands.


Apico’s dedication to the sport is also reflected in our own Apico range, which offers quality hardware and accessories for professional riders and those who insist on the best.

“I am pleased to be able to announce that Apico Factory Racing will be partnering us at the HydroGarden Weston Beach Race Powered by KTM for a fourth year,” said Gareth Hockey, Director of RHL Activities.

“Our relationship with Apico is important for the Beach Race, as they are one of the key distributors of off-road products in the UK. Not only that, they are raising money for a very important cause and we are looking forward to seeing them again on the beach this October. It is great to see our partnership working so well together.”

Competitors and race-goers are welcome to visit the Apico Factory Racing stand where the brand’s experienced staff will be on-hand to discuss Apico’s products, in detail.

“We’re looking forward to the fourth year at the HydroGarden Weston Beach Race with Ice Valley Water and the Apico Hydration Station,” said Dylan Brown, Director of Apico. “We will be once again encouraging spectators and competitors to come along the promenade to pick up a bottle of water, and leave a donation should they wish to our chosen charity – the Great Western Air Ambulance, who we will give all proceeds to.

“It’s nice to give back to the Air Ambulance, as this service plays such a vital role when the unfortunate happens at any off-road event. I know a good few riders that have benefitted from the Air Ambulance over the years and without it I wouldn’t like to think what could have happened. It’s just a way for us to give back and say thank you on behalf of the industry.”

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