UK-based off-road graphics company Amped has relaunched itself with new ownership and big plans and new website coming soon.

Under this new ownership, with a fresh and experienced team, motorcycle graphics company Amped says it has invested into new equipment, a new production facility is set up, and they make the step into a new chapter with “a clear vision for the future”.

The UK-based company was formerly well-regarded in the UK off-road industry, particularly in enduro. But business structure and staff changes kind of left it rudder-less out at sea.

That is before the new owners took hold of the ship and have firmly got things back on a course to produce enduro, motocross, trials and more graphics and sticker kits.  

“We know that actions speak louder than words” say Amped’s new owners who are developing a portfolio of cool, new designs, launching a new website, and reactivating Amped.

Experienced & motivated team

Amped is now a four-man team with a tonne of industry experience. Jonty Edmunds is director and marketing manager and is 100% focused on bringing the excitement and energy back to Amped. Daniel Oliver, who founded Amped back in 2009, is back and fired up to put his design and brand management experience to work.

Macauley Davies is responsible for all the new Amped designs. With years of hard-earned creative experience, Mac has designed graphics, clothing, and helmets for brands in the USA, UK, and across Europe. Finally, the team is completed with production guru Dave. Together, the new team is focused on delivering premium moto graphics with standout designs.

Good things to come

The goal is for Amped to invigorate the off-road motorcycling experience with striking designs that reflect both riders’ individuality and the sport’s dynamic spirit. Please give us a little time to fine-tune our systems and processes, but rest assured, we’re ready to make good things happen.

Amped is 15 years young this year. Over that time, it’s grown thanks to the amazing support from the thousands of valued riders, racers, bike owners, dealers, organisers, and team owners. “We want to thank you all. We also want to reconnect with you, and provide the designs, products, and services you want.” They add.

In the coming weeks, Amped will launch a new website with fresh designs, signalling a clear direction of where Amped is headed.