September 27 2016.

The MVR-D Husqvarna Motocross and Arenacross team has signed a sponsorship deal with Key Currency, an award-winning provider of both commercial and private currency conversion services.

The MVR-D Husqvarna team has been a strong participant in the 2016 British MX Championship where its lead MX1 rider, Estonian Tanel Leok, took a hard-fought podium position at the final round to finish fifth overall. The firm is now turning its attention to finalising its plans for the upcoming 2017 Arenacross Tour, the fast-paced winter season indoor MX series it has successfully contested for a number of years.

New sponsor Key Currency is primarily involved in providing foreign currency exchange services, offering exchange rates that beat all the usual high street banks and online outlets. The company has already made inroads in the motorcycle industry, providing exchange rate services to leading trade and industry companies.

Key Currency's Jon Pinkney explains how the new sponsorship deal with MVR-D came about: "I have ridden in motocross since I was 12 and got chatting with MVR-D about some of their foreign exchange dealings. I ended up talking with a growing group of motorcycle industry companies who were looking for an easier and more cost-effective way of dealing with their foreign exchange requirements. It made sense to put something back into the sport while promoting our name and MVR-D was the obvious outlet for us.

"We provide a one-to-one service to back up our simple online enquiry form, and we are happy to talk to all levels of business and private customers."

To obtain a quote for your currency exchange requirements, you simply register online at You then call or email with details of your currency requirement and agree on a rate. You then transfer Sterling to Key Currency, and they send the funds direct to the recipient. Simple. Fast. Cost-effective.

Every stage of the transaction is confirmed by email, and you can also use the service to transfer funds to your bank account abroad.

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Pictured: Mark Chamberlain shakes on the new sponsorship deal with Jon Pinkney