Virgin Mobile, title sponsors of the Yamaha British Superbike Team and the Yamaha R6 Cup, is offering a unique helmet polishing service for lucky bikers at each of the British Superbike rounds this year.

The complementary service, performed by the twelve stunning Virgin Mobile Pit Police, will be available to all bikers at the British Superbike Championship at the Virgin Mobile roadshow area. The Pit Police will be armed with the very latest lubricants and foams by Shift-It products to give bikers' helmets a satisfying shine.

Virgin Mobile's brand director, James Kydd, explains everything, "All superbike fans like having their helmets polished, and the free service is available to all bikers although we suspect the sexy Virgin Mobile Pit Police might prove to be a bigger hit with the men! We recognise there is a serious safety issue if bikers ride home with bug-smeared visors and poor visibility so we are offering this as a public service to make sure their helmets are clean and polished to perfection!"

The helmet polishing service will be one of many Virgin Mobile activities that the fans can enjoy on race day. For a limited period, fans will have a chance to win an official team Yamaha scooter, worth ?1800 and a Samsung E400 phone, while runners-up also have the chance to win phones and team merchandise.

For the second year the arresting sight of twelve Virgin Mobile Pit Police return to the UK's most popular motorbike championship and will be out in force patrolling the pit lane, detaining unruly race fans, taking their photos with their Samsung E400 phones, and downloading them on the team's official website.

Race-goers can once again 'text Fred' - the BSB's circuit commentator - with their thoughts and questions on the day's proceedings and also have the chance to ask the Virgin Mobile riders, Steve Plater, Gary Mason and Tommy Hill their post-race questions.

The Virgin Mobile Simulator will be at twelve of the rounds and Virgin Mobile customers will be entitled to a free voucher to enjoy the superbike simulator experience.

The first round of the British Superbike Championship takes place this weekend at Silverstone circuit, Northamptonshire.