La Vanguardia values positively the performance of J.Juan in 2020

La Vanguardia values positively the performance of J.Juan in 2020

 

La Vanguardia, the most widely read newspaper in Spain, values ​​J.Juan’s 2020 financial year very positively.

In a report published in the most notable area of ​​the Economy section, the newspaper reports on the good results of the Barcelona company despite the setbacks arising from Covid-19 and contrasts it with the drop in motorcycle sales.

It picks up the words of José Luis Juan, CEO of the Group of companies, who emphasizes that in the last six months of 2020 the same occurred and invoiced as the last 9 months of 2020. “A spectacular recovery”, in his words, “thanks to that all the teams have made an extraordinary effort ”.

La Vanguardia is amazed at the growth of 8% that despite the cost overruns caused in 2020 by the incidents in the supply chains.

In the article, José Luis sets good expectations for the first semester 2021, with the confidence of being able to start traveling for face-to-face meetings (J.Juan exports 98%) and that the financial aid promised by Euopa will serve as an incentive for the economy to end of 2021 and all of 2022, where the motorcycle will acquire greater relevance as a transport vehicle.

Remy Gardner, with J.Juan brakes, wins his first Moto2 race

Remy Gardner, with J.Juan brakes, wins his first Moto2 race

Remy Gardner (Onexox Stop and Go) achieved his first victory in Portimao last weekend at the Moto2 World Cup. The Australian pilot has had a huge projection this year running with the rear system of the Spanish company, J.Juan. This season he has achieved 4 podiums (two third places, one second and this recent victory).

In Portimao, he managed to reach his best level by obtaining an impressive rhythm in the race that was unattainable for any of his rivals.

All these performances have led him to sixth overall in this World Cup.

Let us remember that it has been an atypical season due to the pandemic and that, thanks to the organization of Dorna, and the efforts of all the teams, pilots and sponsors it has been able to be celebrated.

Surely this young pilot will give us many bright moments next year!

Enduro Gas Gas equips Braktec’s innovative brakes

Enduro Gas Gas equips Braktec’s innovative brakes

Gas Gas has already introduced its new Enduro division since the company passed into KTM’s hands.

Mattighofen’s released four models, two 2x models (EC 250 and EC 300) and two more 4x models (EC 250F and EC 350F versions.) All of them are equipped with Braktec’s new Enduro brake system (owned by J.Juan).

The system consists of a new factory hand master cylinder and caliper; A master cylinder and rear caliper has also been designed for the new models with a hydraulic clutch system.  All this has received outstanding reviews from publications that have already tested the bikes and have published their conclusions.

Components of the new Gas Gas enduros include Braktec brakes, Maxxis tires and WP front suspension with 48 mm Xplor fork.

The new Benelli TRK equips J.Juan Brakes

The new Benelli TRK equips J.Juan Brakes

The historic Italian brand Benelli has decided to equip J.Juan’s comprehensive brake systems from now on. The Barcelonese company is the supplier of the TRK 502, TRK 600 and TRK 800 models.

The TKR Benelli range is intended for off-road use, now under the name Adventure. In front, they equipped a double 4-piston symmetrical radial caliper and a lightweight 34/30 low friction hard anodized aluminum pistons for optimal SBS brake pad pickup. The calipers are minimum weight and solid stiffness to contribute to a reduced non-suspended mass. The slim design ensures full compatibility with the spoke wheels of this type of motorcycle.

It is a uniquely engineered caliper to give optimal performance on very demanding routes. They transmit adequate thermal expansion and safe use with brake pad at 400oC, clamp body at 150oC and brake disc at 600oC.

The caliper is driven by an axial hand master cylinder with a remote reservoir. It features a dead-stroke unit piston adjustment and lever height adjustment that give you maximum smoothness in the drive.

The rear features a 1-piston floating caliper for application that includes the same features as the front, but with an internal design giving it the proper adjusted feel for a rear caliper. It drives a center valve foot master cylinder with an excellent ratio to the shaft, displacement, pusher and fork. The central valve design ensures complete ABS compatibility without seal damage over the life of the product.

Rea wins his sixth consecutive world championship in SBK. All with J.Juan

Rea wins his sixth consecutive world championship in SBK. All with J.Juan

Estoril was the end of the Superbike season, which is an atypical season because has seen its racing schedule reduced. Despite the reduction of races, the season has maintained excitement for each and every one of the three events held each weekend.

In Estoril, Jonathan Rea, who equips his bike with a J.Juan hydraulic systems, was break historical records again. He reached the test as the top candidate for the title, leading the overall classic with 340 points compared to 281 of the next closest rider (Scott Redding).  He has 4 points left in the three races in Estoril to rise to his sixth consecutive world title.

And it happen in the first “set ball”.

But, there’s more. In Estoril he achieve his 100 SBK victories. This season alone he was 12 victories with 5 won by Scott Reeding. Five other drivers (Chaz Davies, Michael Van der Mark, Alex Lowes, Toprak Razgatlioglu and Michael Ruben Rinaldi) have each have a single victoryduring 2020.