Source: J.Juan announcement

MONTMELÓ, Spain – J.Juan brought 560 employees to the Privilege de Montmeló, not far from Barcelona, as part of the company’s 55th-anniversary celebration, which had been postponed due to the Covid crisis.

J. Juan invited all their employees to the Privilege area of the Circuit de Catalunya to enjoy a day of Superbikes, thus becoming the first company to hold an event on a motorcycle circuit since Covid began.

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Approximately 600 people were invited to a specific macro bubble, where all the necessary measures had been taken to avoid contagion. All attendees presented COVID passports or had 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 eight years and has won a total of seven world championships during that span, one with Tom Sikes and six with 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 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.