Rekluse Continues Partnership with Honda Racing Corporation’s MXGP TeamTestimonials >>
Feb 12, 2015
Boise, Idaho USA (February 12, 2015) – Rekluse is excited to announce a continued partnership with HRC, as the official clutch supplier for the MXGP Team. The powerhouse team of Gautier Paulin and Evgeny Bobryshev will pursue the 2015 Motocross Grand Prix Championship equipped with Rekluse’s proprietary TorqDrive™ Technology. The Rekluse Core Manual with TorqDrive™ clutch uses precision machined billet components for maximum durability and oil flow, along with a clutch pack configured using 12 steel friction disks and 12 steel drive plates. The Core Manual with TorqDrive™ clutch maximizes power delivery and provides unprecedented rider benefits including better starts, improved power delivery, and reduced clutch fade. Sean Brown, R&D Manager of Rekluse, shares “As a company and engineering team, we are highly motivated to innovate clutch technology and deliver performance advantages to our racers worldwide. We are especially proud of this continued partnership with HRC after our shared success in 2014. We look forward to providing the best possible clutch solutions for the HRC team during their pursuit of a championship in 2015.” HRC Team Manager, Roger Harvey, states “The clutch is so critical for good starts and we believe the Rekluse clutch gives us that advantage.” Watch this video clip of Roger Harvey discussing the Rekluse clutch. [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvw2V9kFm5w[/embed] Team riders: Gautier Paulin (21) – Born on the 26th of March 1990 in Draguignan, France, Gautier Paulin started riding BMX bikes at the age of six, winning the world championship when he was just ten years of age. At the age of thirteen, Paulin decided to exchange the BMX bike for one with an engine. Although there was no family experience with motocross, Paulin was quick to learn taking the European championship at the age of seventeen and making his debut in MX2 the same year. Evgeny Bobryshev (777) – Born on the 13th of November 1987, Evgeny Bobryshev’s first bike was given to him when he was seven as a present from his father. He learnt to ride outside his house before moving to the small track his father created in a nearby field. “Bobby” competed on the road for a short time, winning the 125cc Russian Championship in 2004, before making the move back to motocross in 2005, where he competed in European MX2.