April 17 2012.

Oxford has announced the maiden voyage of its first two-wheel race support vehicle, a fully decorated
Yamaha FJR1300, generously supplied by Yamaha UK. The bike is piloted by Oxford's most experienced helmet
technician, Kevan Chalcraft, who is running Oxford's race service in the BSB paddock this year.

Operating from a workshop inside Buildbase BMW's race truck, Kevan is looking after nearly 30 racers across the
various BSB championships who have opted to use HJC helmets, IXON race leathers and various Oxford
products, such as kneesliders, paddock stands and base layers. As well as offering a walk-in-walk-out helmet
drop-off service, Kevan brings the latest technical know-how, race gizmos and technology straight from HJC's
MotoGP workshop which looks after Ben Spies.

Kevan's day job is running Oxford's returns and repairs department, a role which could not be more relevant as it
feeds directlyinto product development: "It is such a privilege to be at the vanguard of HJC's track development, getting the latest developments fresh from MotoGP. The BSB guys are a joy to work with and are so positive about their R-PHA 10 race lids."