The Spanish brake and clutch manufacturer is happy to announce that this year it will support the TrialGP series after having signed a sponsorship agreement that let Braktec become an official partner of this FIM World Championship.
Braktec components are synonymous with Trial discipline as it is OEM equipment by several of the leading motorcycle manufacturers in this sector, as well as being used by the World best riders like Toni Bou and Adam Raga, to mention just two key names.
The off road brand of J.Juan Group has always supported the Trial world, but this year is very important because we want to go beyond, being an official partner of the World Series and showing the faith that the brand has in this hard and technical discipline.
Juan Ceprian, as Braktec’s Director, said: “For us, it’s a very important step forward. We believe seriously in Trail, and we are present in the World Championship since 2012 with our brake and clutch systems. We are so happy to be part of this big family. This year we would like to do a lot of things… but in advanced, I can say that at TrialGP Japan, Braktec will surprise everybody with the presentation of a new amazing Trial caliper. At this moment I can’t reveal more details… but stay tuned!”.
After the agreement signature, TrialGP Championship Director Jake Miller said: “Since our initial meeting at TrialGP Andorra last summer we have had an ongoing dialogue about various opportunities and we are now pleased that Braktec has decided to come on board at the highest level and as one of our limited number of official partners. We are really looking forward to work with Braktec promoting and activating the brand along with our other partners both at the actual events, which this year stretch from Europe across to Japan, as well as via our growing social media channels and our strong online activity”.
The 2018 TrialGP series gets underway in May with TrialGP Spain being the opening event of the new season. We all are eager to begin this adventure with TrialGP.
Images credits: Trial GP / Pep Segales