MotoAmerica: K-Tech Suspension Expanding Presence In 2021

MotoAmerica: K-Tech Suspension Expanding Presence In 2021

© 2020, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By K-Tech Suspension USA:

K-Tech Suspension USA Expands MotoAmerica 2021 Presence

[BRENTWOOD, NY, December 2020]

K-Tech Suspension USA would like to announce expanded national level road race exposure. Lenny Albin, starts his 7th year of running our Road Race and Road Technical Service Department and will attend the 2021 MotoAmerica Series events offering brand, technical and sponsored teams support. Contact Lenny at 631-231-9556 ext. 1123 to discuss sponsorship opportunities or service contracts for the 2021 season.

Additional trackside support will be provided by Robem Engineering/Velocity Calibrations with vending and servicing of K-Tech Suspension and Orient Express products at MotoAmerica and N2 National Endurance series 2021 events.

About K-Tech Suspension and K-Tech Suspension USA

UK-based K-Tech Suspension specializes in design, manufacturing and supply of high performance motorcycle suspension components. As the exclusive North American distributor, K-Tech Suspension USA proudly brings you the wide-range of high performance suspension components and replacement parts for road racing and off road motorcycles. K-Tech Suspension components are available on our website, as well as through our Dealer and Certified Service Center network. www.ktechsuspensionusa.com

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