June 18 2013.

R&G is pledging a £1000 donation to the CJ Riders Fund if it receives enough views of a spoof video it has created.

The world leader in motorcycle damage protection products interviewed British Supersport front-runners, Alastair Seeley and Ben Wilson, from the Gearlink Kawasaki squad it has supported for a number of seasons. The original question-and-answer video was then adapted for fun and to hopefully raise money for the CJ Riders Fund, an official BSB charity.

The noble and forward-thinking charity, set up in memory of racer Chris Jones who tragically lost his life at Cadwell Park on August 30, 2005, has pushed the medical support at BSB events forwards from the traditional provision of very basic emergency stabilisation to a more holistic medical service.

Pam Jones, Chris's mum and an integral part of the fund, said: "We're very proud of the work the fund achieves and to keep Chris alive in the paddock. When R&G approached us with this idea we loved it - something different and fun. R&G has donated prizes in the past for our auctions and we're so please Alastair, Ben and the Gearlink team have given their permission for this video. Please view it and hopefully it will make you laugh and help make a difference."

R&G Managing Director, Simon Hughes, said: "R&G is heavily involved in the British Superbike paddock with teams and riders so we are able to see first hand the work of the CJ Riders Fund. We wanted to offer more support, but by doing something different to raise more awareness of its work. Thankfully, Gearlink Kawasaki are good sports and gave this video the green light."
Simply visit www.youtube.com/RandGTV and watch the video. If the 1m 42s interview reaches 10,000 views by the Brands Hatch round of the British Superbike championship on July 21, R&G will hand over a cheque to the CJ Riders Fund for £1000.

For more information on the CJ Riders Fund, visit
www.cjnine.com and for information on R&G products, visit www.rg-racing.com