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!

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

Remy Gardner wins second place in Moto2 with J.Juan’s rear brake

Remy Gardner, the Australian rider of the Onexox TKKR SaG team, achieved a spectacular second place in motorbike2 on the Le Mans circuit in France and he did it using the high-competition rear system manufactured by J.Juan.

Gardner is a driver with a very brave and risky driving style that bets on the brakes of the double jack company for the past two seasons. This season he has already achieved a double pole position, several first lines of departure, a third place of Aragon (2020) and now a second place in Le Mans, in a test won by Sam Lowes of the Estrella Galicia team Marc VDS.

Finally, Gardner has maintained his progression in the races held at Motorland, conquering fifth place (October 10) and fourth place (October 18), respectively, starting from the first starting line. Will Ricardo Tormo win at the circuit?

Remy Gardner’s screening this season has been very positive to the point that he has already signed up for next season with the KTM Red Bull Ajo team.



Oneox TKKR Stop and Go in Moto 2, Boe Skull Rider, Avintia, CIP MotoSport and Aaron Canet in Moto3 equip J.Juan brake systems in the motorcycle World Championship.

Remy Gardner, rider of Onexox TKKR Stop and Go team, managed to get on the podium as second place in GP Motul of Argentina. With all the rear brake system signed J.Juan, he was about to get on the podium in Qatar, where 2 thousandths relegated him to fourth place.

Aaron Canet, sole rider of the Italian team Sterilgarda Max Racing Team (Moto 3), is a faithful user of the thumbrake manufactured by J.Juan especially for the competition. Canet won the Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas and was third in the Grand Prix of Qatar, emerging as a candidate to win the World Championship.

The South African Darryn Binder, who was in second place in the GP of Argentina, is a regular user of J.Juan thumbrake which equips his KTM of the Italian team CIP Green Power. His teammate, the English rider Tom Booth-Athos, also uses the Thumbrake of the company of the two jacks. The Japanese Kazuki Masaki and Makar Yurchenko, from Kazakhstan, also use J.Juan thumbrakes in their KTM of the BOE Skull Rider Mugen Race team. Masaki, won the Red Bull Rockies in 2017, while the Kazakh comes from the FIM CEV.

Vicente Pérex, rider of Reale Avintia Arizona 77, coming from the FIM CEV where he achieved remarkable successes, also uses J.Juan thurmbrake on his KTM to get more security in his riding.