by JohnNicholas on 01/08/2010
With the clock ticking down to the launch of the 2010 Maico, the company responsible for the dramatic advances are pleased to announce they have secured continued support from all 2009 partners, with some new faces joining the party.
Assisting Maico Internationals development co-ordinator and rider Neil Berry, Simon Parker of Parker fabrications has spent the last three months working closely with Berry in designing and developing the all new hand made Alloy fuel tanks which will be fitted to all 2010 bikes sold by the company, and is currently working on a larger capacity version for the Enduro and Supermoto models.
Obtaining maximum grip courtesy of Dunlop tyres, Maico International will be using the prestigious brand as standard footwear on the new bikes and are very pleased to be representing the brand for the second year running in their racing schedule.
Impressed with the results from 2009 and paying close attention to the ongoing development, Atol Fuels L.T.D. are also back in the fold.
Supplying the necessary lubrication after a highly successful first year as U.K. distributors for the Maxima range of products.
Keeping the fire burning, the enthusiastic union started with ignition specialists West Country Windings has gone from strength to strength over the last year with the Essex based company providing a performance enhanced system which has been developed over the last 12 month into a successful system that is now fitted standard to the M.X. range.
Well established products company Pro Clean; have also confirmed their support helping to provide a shiny finish, to the race bikes with several new innovative new products in their already comprehensive range.
Further announcements regarding support from several other companies are expected soon.
For additional information please contact www.maicointernational.com