Motorcycle Racing News K-Tech Partners with Ferracci Ducati

K-Tech Partners with Ferracci Ducati

2011 AMA Daytona Sportbike

Orient Express of Brentwood New York, the official U.S. importer and distributor of K-Tech Suspension components from the U.K., is pleased to announce continued support of Celtic/Fast By Ferracci Racing over the 2011 AMA Pro Racing Daytona Sportbike season.

After an encouraging Daytona Sportbike test with the new Ducati 848 Evo, PJ Jacobsen is preparing his attack on the Daytona Sport Bike class with new determination and vigor.

The Celtic/FBF Racing Ducati 848 Evo Sportbike will feature full K-Tech Suspension components, including the race proven 20DDS front fork cartridges and newly released 35DDS rear shock.

Barry Gilsenan, Celtic Racing’s team owner, stated "Having K-Tech Suspension on-board the new Ducati 848 Evo motorcycles gave PJ that extra confidence to really push hard in the test. PJ spent the 2010 season working with K-Tech, and we were very pleased with the results. The 848 Evo Ducati is a new experience for PJ, and K-Tech made for an easier transition."

Tuning legend Eraldo Ferracci was quickly impressed with the K-Tech Suspension components on the Ducati.

Eraldo Ferracci says: "Every change we made was predictable and well controlled, making setup quick and smooth."

Young gun PJ Jacobsen is excited for the 2011 Daytona Sportbike season, and returned to New York to practice his skills with some ice-riding at home.

PJ Jacobsen says: "Daytona was great! We had an awesome first ride on the 848, and I am really looking forward to 2011."

Orient Express is your source for the complete line of K-Tech Suspension components. If you have any questions or require any additional information regarding K-Tech, please contact Orient Express via email sales@orientexpress.com, telephone 800.645.6521, or internet orientexpress.com.

Orient Express carries the complete range of K-Tech Suspension components, which are available for all the current sportbikes.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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