Kawasaki Racing Team to celebrate 10 years with J.Juan at the title race in Most

Kawasaki Racing Team to celebrate 10 years with J.Juan at the title race in Most

This is the 10th season, where the Kawasaki Racing Team sports hydraulic hoses by J.Juan. The WorldSBK project managed by Roda brothers has claimed victory in 7 out of the last 9 WorldSBK seasons: six with Jonathan Rea and one with Tom Sykes.

On Thursday, J.Juan’s logo is going to shine on Kawasaki equipment throughout a title race. Round-6 of this year’s championship in the Czech Republic is a title race for KRT.

Last year, Rea’s and Lowes’ motorbikes wore our name for the Catalunya Round in Montmelo, and the first time KRT wore J.Juan logos for a title race was in at the 2015 Aragon Round.

J.Juan renews its collaboration agreement with the Kawasaki Racing Team (WSBK)

J.Juan renews its collaboration agreement with the Kawasaki Racing Team (WSBK)

For the 9th consecutive year, J.Juan bets on the Kawasaki Racing Team, the leading team in the World Superbike Championship.

Led by Guim and Biel Roda, the Kawasaki team won 7 world titles in 9 years (1 with Tom Sykes and another 6 consecutives for Jonathan Rea). They are one of the best teams in recent WorldSBK history.

The Kawasaki Racing Team sports a complete system of hydraulic brake hoses by J.Juan. Its tubing is made out of an unexpandable mesh steel, and it doesn’t budge to the heat. That gives riders unparalleled consistency in feeling when braking.

Jonathan Rea defined it as follows: “I use J.Juan’s brake hoses on my Kawasaki because they allow me to have the same feeling with the brakes from the first corner to the last”. Hydraulics are responsible for sending the pressure applied by pilots from levers and pedals to calipers. Pilots know braking is as important as giving gas in order to smash records and step onto the podium. That’s why our product is extremely valued by them.

J.Juan is the world-leading manufacturer of meshed hydraulic tubes and the second European manufacturer of motorcycle brakes. Founded in 1965 in Barcelona (Spain), it currently employs 640 workers. J.Juan is part of Brembo Group, a world leader in brake technology. Founded in 1961 in Bergamo (Italy) it expands 15 countries across 3 continents with more than 12,000 employees in 29 production and business locations. Brembo owns prestigious brands such as AP, AP Racing, Breco, Bybre, J.Juan, Marchesini and SBS Friction.

J.Juan held the first world event on a World Cup circuit since the beginning of COVID

J.Juan held the first world event on a World Cup circuit since the beginning of COVID

It brought together 560 workers at the Privilege de Montmeló during the Superbikes Event

The Spanish company J.Juan has been the first in the world to hold an event on a motorcycle circuit since Covid began
Taking advantage of the fact that they could not celebrate their 55th anniversary and the celebration of Superbike competition in Barcelona, J. Juan invited all their employees to the Privilege area of the Circuit de Catalunya to enjoy a day of Superbikes.
Approximately 600 people were invited to a specific macro bubble, where all the necessary measures have been taken to avoid contagion. All attendees presented COVID passports or have passed a preventive control 24 hours before the event.
J.Juan has equipped the Kawasaki Racing Team with brake systems and components for the last 8 years and has won a total of seven world championships during that span, one from Tom Sikes and 6 from Jonathan Rea.
During the event, Jonathan Rea and Alex Lowes presented some plaques of tribute to M. Angeles, Carlos and José Luis Juan, managers of J.Juan who, for 40 years, have been the architects of a great Spanish motorcycling industry.
J.Juan is a world leader in meshed hydraulic tube for motorcycles and is the second largest European brake systems factory in Europe. It invoices more than 70 million euros and employs 640 workers worldwide. It has recently signed a sales agreement by Brembo, a world leader in brake systems, which will strengthen its presence in the two-wheeler market.

J.Juan and Kawasaki Provec has renewed their sponsorship at the WorldSSP300

J.Juan and Kawasaki Provec has renewed their sponsorship at the WorldSSP300

J.Juan and the WorldSSP300 team, along with Ana Carrasco, have renewed their sponsorship for the next 2 years.

This season, the Gava (Barcelona) company will sponsor the WorldSSP300 team, Kawasaki Provec. A team that boasts Ana Carrasco, the Murcian driver who managed to claim the category’s champion in 2018, as a top racer.

The signing of the agreement took place at J.Juan’s facilities in Sant Cugat del Vallés (Barcelona) where they produce components and brake systems for many premium motorcycle manufacturers.

The Kawasaki Provec is a team with a huge competitive capacity that has been demonstrated year after year.

Jose Luís Juan (CEO J.Juan): “For J.Juan, it is a pleasure to continue sponsoring Ana. She is a great racer that we have been supporting since her time at ETG (Technical School of Girona) and who has shown extraordinary determination and courage. Ana is a figure who promotes the importance of women in the world of motorcycling and we are delighted to continue collaborating together.”

Ana Carrasco: Provec Kawasaki Rider: “I am very happy to continue with JJUAN next season. The level of performance and feeling of braking is the best there is. Above all, at the several visits I have made to its factory, it is easy to see that the whole company, the managers, their engineers and workers are very involved and very proud of our project”

Carla Grau: Team Manager: “At Provec, our goal is to win and always give the best possible tools to Ana and the technicians to be competitive. JJUAN gives us the product, the necessary service and helps us through sponsorship to execute all our goals”

We wish Ana a successful year and know she will continue to make history with J.Juan’s products.

J.Juan is a company that manufactures brake components and systems, mesh hydraulic tube, electronics and mechatronics from its 5 production plants for more than 85 manufacturers worldwide.