About McAMS Yamaha & Raceways Motorcycles
McAMS Yamaha is the latest title for the Raceways Motorcycles team which has competed at various levels of motorcycle racing, both internationally and nationally, over the last 30 years.
The team is owned by Steve Rodgers, who has been involved in racing for over three decades, and based at Rodgers’ Fleetwood Yamaha dealership – Raceways Motorcycles.
Raceway’s race history includes victories across the board, from the British 125cc championship to British Supersport and most lately the British Superbike class.
The latest version of the team spawned from a project with the late musical megastar Keith Flint, who joined forces with Raceways at the start of 2016 British Supersport and International Road Racing season.
That year the team won races in British Supersport and at the legendary Isle of Man TT with Ian Hutchinson, before making a hugely anticipated step up to the British Superbike category in 2017 with new title sponsor, accident management firm McAMS and thus McAMS Yamaha was born.
Motorcycling Accident Management Services (McAMS) is the dedicated motorcycle division of Direct Accident Management Ltd. Founded in 1996, DAMS have helped countless vulnerable road users following accidents.
Using their in-depth knowledge of motorcycle accidents, they offer the ultimate one-call service to help you through the minefield following a non-fault accident.
If you’re involved in a non-fault accident, make sure you call McAMS first and they’ll take over the handling of your repairs or recover the value of your bike from the third party’s insurance. They aim to have you back on two wheels within 24 hours on one of their hire motorcycles or scooters.
They’ll always use your local motorcycle dealer to handle repairs, storage and recovery following any non-fault accident to ensure ongoing support to the motorcycle industry in your area and a quicker repair or renewal of your machine.
A dedicated race sponsor, McAMS have been in the British Superbike paddock for seven years through their support of riders and teams.