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DEAR FRIENDS, FELLOW PETROL-HEADS, AND EXPLORERS,

AS THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK AND ITS EFFECTS INTENSIFY AROUND THE WORLD, WE WANTED TO SHARE AN UPDATE ON BEHALF OF ALL OF US AT REV’IT! 

In light of recent developments, we have taken precautionary measures that will unfortunately affect many aspects of our operations and that of our partners. Our first priority, as always, is to protect the well-being of our staff and our customers, who are all at the heart of all we do.

Therefore, as part of a wider effort to limit the spread of the virus, and effective from today, March 20th, we will suspend all REV’IT! organized events and all event participations globally.

We apologize for any inconvenience caused by these measures and hope to revive our activities as soon as possible. We will reassess our position regularly over the coming weeks and provide a further update when the situation improves.

Riding a motorcycle is a great way to escape from the surreal reality of today. When this is no longer possible, and self-isolation is mandated, this does not mean, however, that we cannot continue dreaming about where we’ll want to ride when this passes.

So, let us provide you with content that is inspiring. Stories about amazing people, breathtaking landscapes and beautiful, sinuous roads. Stories from the past, and stories from the present. Stories by REV’IT! but also stories by others, that we think are worth sharing.

Your daily dose of inspiration and positive thinking will come to you through our social media channels, so check them out frequently. The comment threads are open, so please do not hesitate to share your ideas, feelings and feedback.

Stay safe, stay positive, and look after one another, as we do here!


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