WNT UK Ltd
WNT has always had a strong affinity with sport, implemented for years through in-house activities and customer sporting events creating goodwill, sportsmanship, fighting spirit and team spirit. Cycling is especially important to us, because it is ideally suited to the tangible values required for all employees . More important however, is that a direct link exists with our core business. Many of the production processes for high-quality bicycle components require our quality tools for manufacture. For WNT, it is therefore obvious to incorporate cycling in our sponsorship commitments. However, it doesnt end with sponsorship of cycling teams, in the field of motorsport we have also committed ourselves, and have become active as the main sponsor of a motorcycle racing team.
Team WNT Cycling UK
Team WNT Cycling UK is a semi-pro women's racing team, which was founded in 2014 in Sheffield, UK, where the WNT (UK) office is based. WNT is the main sponsor of the ladies cycling team that is not only proving itself to be very successful on the road, but also in track racing and now also at cyclo-cross races.
Team WNT Burman Racing
Team WNT Burman Racing UK is the in-house motorcycle team with rider Sam Burman, and where the commitment as a sponsor in motorcycle sport began for WNT. Sam Burman has raced motorcycles since she was six years old, and has for years now successfully competed in the Moto3 class (250cm³ class) in the BSB racing series.
Team WNT F2 Powerboat Racing
Team WNT F2 Powerboat Racing is the powerboat team of driver Steve Hoult. Steve has been racing in the F2 class since 2013, having fought for the British championship for many years in F4. The team has already achieved very impressive results in the last three years with its 2.5 litre two-cylinder powerboat. Through an extreme ratio of power to weight, the acceleration of Steve's powerboat is incredible. The sprint from 0 to 100 kmh takes less than 5 seconds. This year will be a very special year for Steve and his team, as they go into the new season as British champions for the first time in their career.