BARCELONA – J.Juan’s brake systems and hydraulic hoses are fitted to the new Rakun electric motorcycle from Ford Otosan, the largest producer of commercial vehicles in Europe. The bike is being produced in Eskişehi, Turkey.
The new urban mobility vehicle which has a model with double rear wheels, has a range of more than 100 kilometers and a battery that fully recharges in 4.5 hours.
For the Rakun Pro2, a two-wheeled vehicle, J.Juan has manufactured a Ø25 mm double-piston front caliper, actuated by a Ø12 mm hand master cylinder, and a lightweight Ø30 mm single-piston floating rear brake, actuated by a in the left hand master cylinder of Ø14 mm. The front and rear brakes have J.Juan Hydraulic hoses and an excellent CBS.
DAKAR SUCCESS FOR J.JUAN BRAKES
The cargo model, Rakun Pro 3, has two rear wheels, which provides more load capacity and supports its good stability in the anti-tilting parking clamp activated by cable from the left hand on a 5mm disc.
The entire system has been created and produced by the company of the double jack. The rest of the configuration of this three-wheeled vehicle is identical to the two-wheeled model except for the rear calipers, which are two, one for each wheel, with 1 lightened Ø 25 piston. Like its sister Pro2, it has the J.Juan hydraulic hose system and the normative CBS.
J.Juan is the world leader in the manufacture of meshed hydraulic tubes and the second European manufacturer of motorcycle brakes. It was founded in 1965 in Barcelona and employs 640 workers. The company is part of the Brembo Group, a world leader in brake technology, founded in 1961 in Bergamo, Italy, with more than 12,000 employees in 15 countries and on three continents, with 29 production and business locations. Brembo owns prestigious brands such as AP, AP Racing, Breco, Bybre, J.Juan, Marchesini and SBS Friction.