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Tyco BMWs primary British Superbike rider Christian Iddon collects his new 2018 Auto-Trail Comanche


As the 2018 British Superbike Championship season comes to a start, Auto-Trail are proud to continue their support of the Tyco BMW Motorrad team, supplying them with a bespoke 2018 Frontier Comanche, modified specifically to suit the needs of a Superbike rider.

Built on the market-leading Fiat Ducato platform, with an uprated 5000kg Al-Ko heavy duty chassis, the Comanche is the largest motorhome in the Auto-Trail range and the perfect dedicated long-range tourer for the Tyco BMW team. Designed to satisfy the needs of a TYCO BMW rider while keeping the luxurious feel and spacious layout, the new Comanche incorporates all the best features of its stablemates, however on a much larger 8.73m chassis for added room, storage and flexibility.

International motorcycle racer and Tyco BMW Motorrad team member, Christian Iddon extensively utilised the teams previous motorhome in 2017, the Frontier Serrano. As a former caravan owner and now a motorhome enthusiast, he was keen to upgrade to the Comanche, featuring a large island bed, walk-in shower, large washroom, and a superbly equipped L-shaped kitchen.

In terms of spec the Comanche covers all bases, and is a truly uncompromising luxury leisure vehicle for extended tours such as the British Superbike Championships. With 12 tracks at the BSB to complete over the racing season, the Comanche is the ideal leisure vehicle for ultimate relaxation after a long day on the track.

Russell Hensman, Auto-Trails Marketing Manager says: Everyone here at Auto-Trail is thrilled to continue to support one of the most recognisable international motorcycle teams on circuit. Tyco BMW Motorrad are looking on great form this year and we wish them all the success throughout the 2018 season.

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