At Big Tree Campervans we are proud to sponsor a number of teams and individuals who represent Scotland in different outdoor activities.  We are keen to support anyone who promotes being outdoors, enjoying yourself and creating an adventure!

Mountain biking is a big part of outdoor Scotland, particularly around the Highland Perthshire area as it is filled to the brim with natural single track and downhill action.  Mountain biking promotes fitness, important skills, and the quest for thrill and exploration.  We sponsor the Big Tree Campervans Tayside and Fife Youth MTB Series – a six race series built around young people wanting their first taste of competitive riding in a fun environment; and Progression Bikes Racing, a racing team based in Dunkeld with skilled riders who compete in events all over the UK.

Any one who has visited Scotland knows that watersports are big – whether it’s white water rafting, canyoning, paddleboarding or canoeing.  Maddy Jennings is a 17-year-old canoe slalom racer who we are delighted to sponsor.  Maddy really is at the top of her game and is currently representing Team GB. We feel anyone who gets out into the dreary weather and cold Scottish water deserves a bit of recognition.

Click the links below to find out more about who we sponsor and why!

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Maddy Jennings

Maddy found her passion for canoe slaloming after attending an introductory course to canoeing 7 years ago.  Since then, she has been selected to compete for the Scottish Canoe Association and will represent Great Britain At the Junior European Championships this August.

Riders and Raindrops - the U8 race gets underway (Photo by Raymond Leinster)
MTB Series

We are entering our third year of sponsoring the Big Tree Campervans Tayside & Fife Regional Youth MTB Series.  This event allows young riders to develop their skills as well as introducing them to the racing life…

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Progression Bikes Racing

Progression Bikes Racing is a recently formed Enduro and Downhill mountain bike team, comprised of 14 riders, male and female aged 14 – 35.