Source: J.Juan announcement

BARCELONA — J.Juan and Kawasaki Racing have renewed their sponsorship agreement for the next two years in Superbike competition.

This will be the eighth season of technical and economic collaboration of the Gavá company, during which Kawasaki has won seven world titles, six with Jonathan Rea and one with Tom Sykes, in addition to six manufacturer titles.

The signing of the agreement was made at J.Juan’s new facilities in Sant Cugat del Vallés (Barcelona) where the brake systems and components of multiple premium motorcycles are produced.

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Kawasaki Racing Team has proven to be a team with great competitive capacity, dominating the specialty of Superbikes against very high-performance teams and riders.

Rea, who has already broken several world records, goes into this season attempting to win his seventh-consecutive world championship.

The Northern Irishman has expressed how much he values the J.Juan hydraulic tubes that equip his bike.

“They are extremely reliable,” stressed Rea. “The feeling is exactly as good on the first corner as it is on the last corners of the race, which allows me to focus on other things.”

J.Juan produces brake systems, meshed hydraulic tubes, electronics and mechatronics from its five production centers for 85 different motorcycle manufacturers around the world.