Two Stoke Potters riders will turn out for Great Britain’s Under-21 speedway side in a…
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Stoke Eazy Riders Potters have made two more signings as their speedway team for next year’s National League challenge continues to take shape.
Stoke Easy Rider Potters promoter Dave Tattum looks set to unveil Lee Payne as the first rider for their 2014 line up.
Payne, 27, switched from motocross to speedway and joined the Potters last season in place of the injured Emerson Jones.
Stoke Potters have renewed their sponorship deal with Stafford-based company Easy Rider for another year.
The motorcycle showroom has been the speedway team’s main sponsor for over a decade and commercial manager Gemma Crabtree believes a close relationship with sponsors is vital to the club’s success.
Two reserve riders from the Stoke Potters are heading to Germany to get some track time ahead of the new speedway season.
Shaun Tedham and Emerson Jones flew out to the continent for an intensive training programme as they bid to force their way into team manager Malcolm Vasey’s plans.
Speedway side Stoke Potters have had plenty of lows to go along with their highs.
But perhaps the biggest high is the success story of their Loomer Road track.
New Stoke Potters speedway captain Luke Priest says he is looking forward to the challenges the 2013 season will bring.
Priest will be returning to Loomer Road where he enjoyed a successful spell at the now defunct Stoke Spitfires – the former junior team of the Potters.
Supporters are being urged to play their part as the Stoke Easy Rider Potters prepare…