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MEET OUR RIDERS
THE 2018 LINE UP

With 6 riders lined up for 2018 in all MotoGP classes, an American in the World Superbike championship, as well as some young talents battling for the podium in other classes, just like you, we can’t wait for the 2018 road racing season to get started.

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COMPETING AT THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF MOTORSPORT

If you claim to know what the perfect leather suit looks -and feels- like, you need more than just good faith to back it up. That’s why we started racing the day we made our first leather suit. Initially, we competed at local championships across Europe, but to truly understand what the ultimate racing suit should be like, you would have to take your racing activities to the highest level. Enter MotoGP.

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Randy de Puniet on grid

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Randy de Puniet on Track


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IT ALL STARTED WITH RANDY

It feels like yesterday, but it has been 10 years since we started our MotoGP adventure, back in 2008. Our first rider was Frenchman, Randy de Puniet, for whom we still have a weak spot. In the course of the following 10 years, many things have changed except one. Our goal.

It’s exactly the same as our goal today; to use the feedback from professional riders, competing at the highest level of competition, and to implement the acquired knowledge into the development process of gear for sports enthusiasts. Track-worthy race apparel that enables you to safely enjoy your passion.

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Our logo contains a promise. A promise to all sports riders worldwide that whatever your expectations might be, our products will live up to them, and possibly exceed them.
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Our first world title

In 2015, Turkish rider and national hero, Kenan Sofuoğlu, gave us our first world title in the World Supersport championship. Liking the taste of victory, he did it again and brought us our second World Title in 2016. During the 2017 season, seriously hampered by injuries, he still managed to become runner-up.

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Our First World Title

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Meet our riders for 2018 up close and personal

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Motogp

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The MotoGP class of 2018 indisputably consists of some of the best riders in the world today. Defending REV’IT!’s colors in this hard-fought field are Danilo Petrucci and Álvaro Bautista. Coming from different backgrounds, they are both known for mixing it up at the front, Danilo aboard a full-factory Ducati inside the Alma Pramac Ducati team, and Álvaro aboard satellite Ducati machinery inside the Angel Nieto team. 

With eight podiums between them, they are familiar with the taste of champagne in MotoGP, but whereas Álvaro made his way through the tried and tested formula of graduating from being a former 125cc World Champion and a front runner in the 250cc class, Danilo got to where he is today by throwing himself in at the deep end coming from production bikes as runner-up in the Superstock 1000 series.

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Moto 2

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Before the cards get reshuffled for Moto2 - the single engine supplier will be changing in 2019 - RW Racing teams up with Japanese chassis manufacturer NTS to gain momentum in the Moto2 talent pool. Both riders from the Dutch team have their own share of experience in this exciting class.

Joe Roberts earned himself a fixed spot on the grid as the sole American rider after putting in a solid performance substituting for another rider last year. Steven Odendaal went back to the drawing board after his 2013 season in the Moto2 class ended without points. Showing character, Steven went to work inside the European championship clinching the title in 2016 and finishing third overall in 2017 while getting acquainted with the NTS chassis.

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steven odendaal

The unpolished South-African diamond.

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Joe Roberts

Racing the American Dream.

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Moto 3

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Common to many Spanish racers today, Jaume Masiá got infected with racing at an early age. After wrapping up various national titles, he truly proved his pedigree by claiming two victories in the Moto3 Junior World Championship last year before being called upon to substitute for an injured rider in the World Championship. Putting in a solid performance by finishing 9th on his debut, and putting the fastest lap of the race behind his name earned him a spot on the grid for 2018.

Classmate Makar Yurchenko has taken a different route. The Russian-born athlete has moved from racing ATV’s to various national motocross championships before getting a taste for the tarmac. As a former Red Bull Rookie and Moto3 Junior World Championship podium contender, Makar has made his way to the World Championship stage.

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Makar Yurchenko

From Russia, with Speed.

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Jaume Masiá

Talent, focus & sheer guts.

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WORLD SUPERBIKE

Born and raised in New York, PJ Jacobsen has been racing across the pond for almost the entire length of his career. After his debut back in 2014 in the World Supersport Championship, the 24-year-old American finished as runner up in 2015 and has been battling for podium in every season after that. For the 2018 season, PJ will make his debut in the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship with the TripleM Honda squad, the official satellite Honda team.

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FOR THE LOVE OF THE SPORT

Hitting the milestone of our ten-year engagement in MotoGP, we reflect on what we’ve learned so far, and how our presence inside the most prestigious paddocks has changed over the years. Starting as a steady learning curve, we improved the way we designed our suits while also bringing something new to the table from the get-go with our Engineered skin® design philosophy. 

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After getting up-to-speed quickly, we evolved into a household name inside the MotoGP paddock, expanding the number of REV’IT! riders throughout various classes. MotoGP comes with continuous development to all parties involved, but we changed from the new kid on the block to an established brand. From that point onward, we were not only learning; we started supporting more riders and aiming for solid results out of love for the sport.

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REV’IT! RACING
TECHNOLOGY CENTRE

A Sneak Preview

As of this season, we’re stepping up the pace in terms of product and technology development. At the MotoGP race in Assen, our home turf, we will proudly inaugurate our very own Racing Technology Centre. This 2-level, mobile building will be a permanent set-up that will be present at every European MotoGP round. 

From there, we’ll be able to provide track-side services for our riders’ but it will also function as the foremost outpost of our in-house R&D Centre, located at our Dutch headquarters.

REV'IT! Racing Technology Centre Sneak Preview

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FROM THE TRACK TO THE STREETS

We wish all our riders for 2018 the best of luck. We’re not only excited to see them progress in their respective classes, but to continue to grow and develop as a renowned brand for design and innovation. And bring the technologies we learn in this world-class atmosphere to local streets.

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AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT

Last year we turned the fastest bike on the planet into something different. It’s called the REVmonkee Project.

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