A YOUNG boy involved in an accident at a rally display in Llandudno has been named as Riley Dexter.

British Mini Bike Road Racing Championship posted on Facebook that Riley, 7, is in a very serious condition.

He was last year's British Mini Bike JSM 90 Bambino champion.

The crash, on Sunday, happened near the jump ramp on the promenade, placed there for the rally, close to the St George Hotel.

Posting on Facebook, British Mini Bike Road Racing Championship said: "Very little information is available at the moment except that Riley is in a very serious condition.

"Riley was last years British Mini Bike JSM 90 Bambino champion and a fantastically talented young lad.

"All the BMB team and I’m sure all of the BMB paddocks thoughts and prayers are with Jay, Riley and Family at this very difficult time.

"We all wish Riley a very speedy recovery.

"Come on little man we are all behind you."

North Wales Police officers are continuing to investigate the two-vehicle crash involving motorcycles, which were a part of a display team, which happened at about 11.30am on a closed section of the promenade - due to the Wales Rally GB.

Riley was airlifted by the Welsh Air Ambulance to Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool where he currently remains.

North Wales Police temporary superintendent, Neil Harrison, said: “Our thoughts remain with the family and friends of the boy.

“This is now a joint investigation involving North Wales Police and the Health and Safety Executive and our enquiries are now underway.

“Footage received by members of the public from their camera phones as well as CCTV from local hotels will now form part of the investigation and I would like to thank all those who have contacted us.

“We continue to appeal to anybody who witnessed the collision and who are yet to contact us, to do please do so as soon as possible.”