Rise Moto Named American Importer For Ohvale Motorcycles

Rise Moto Named American Importer For Ohvale Motorcycles

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Rise Moto LLC Named Official USA Importer for Ohvale Motorcycles

Ohvale has officially entered the US market through a deal with Rise Moto LLC, based out of Pennsylvania. Ohvale motorcycles are the most exciting machines to hit the road racing scene in recent years and they have taken the industry by storm throughout Europe with riders ranging from MotoGP, World Superbike, and World Endurance choosing them for training as well as for use in their riding schools.

There have been many other mini-moto options available throughout history, but Ohvale has truly refined the “mini-moto” segment with the introduction of the GP-0. The GP-0 is a platform for racers, young and old, to experience the feeling of riding a sportbike but in a miniaturized package. They offer three different displacement options: a 110, 160, and the flagship 190 Daytona. The GP-0 offers the “feel” of a proper road race motorcycle in terms of ergonomics, handling, weight distribution, braking, and power delivery, all in a mini-moto platform, which has long been lacking in this segment.

Marica Barbiero, Sales Manager at Ohvale SRL commented:

“It is a pleasure for Ohvale to introduce the company, Rise Moto LLC, into our dealership network. We are really proud to involve Rise Moto in the Ohvale GP-0 project, introducing it for the first time into the American market. The Ohvale GP-0 project is an innovative concept, that creates the means to grow future champions, while also remaining a viable alternative for the mature riders looking for adrenaline, fun, and a perfect way to train.”

Brandon Cretu, Rise Moto Co-founder, commented:

“We are really excited to work with Ohvale SRL and bring the GP-0 to the USA. I have been following the progress of the project for quite some time and then had the chance to visit the headquarters back in April. Once I met everyone involved at Ohvale and saw the operation and motorcycles first hand, I knew it was the right fit. We truly believe this is the best thing to happen for the development of youth road racing and the growth of the sport of motorcycle road racing popularity in recent history. We are excited to be a part of that growth!”

Ohvale SRL, based near Venice, Italy, is a veteran of the motorcycle industry, having worked with many large factories in the design, prototyping, and development of many projects. The vision of the Ohvale GP-0 platform is to provide a package that allows easy access for high level training for the youth road racers that will be the future of our sport as well as providing the perfect platform for older experienced racers to train and keep sharp for professional level competition. To learn more about Ohvale SRL, please visit www.ohvale.com.

Rise Moto LLC is a racer owner and operated company based out of Pennsylvania. It was founded by two friends and motorcycle enthusiasts, Brandon Cretu and Brian D’Apice. Both Brandon and Brian bring a wealth of marketing and business experience into Rise Moto and are invested in seeing the growth of the sport within the USA through the Ohvale platform.

For more information on Rise Moto and Ohvale please visit www.risemoto.com. There you can find and request more information on Ohvale motorcycles, parts, and accessories within the USA.

To request information on becoming an Ohvale USA dealer or an ambassador for Ohvale USA/Rise Moto please send an email to [email protected].

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