K-Tech Suspension is pleased to announce that veteran racer Steve Crevier took five race wins on his way to capturing the 2012 Canadian Harley Davidson XR1200 Cup, usi
ng K-Tech Suspension IDS front fork cartridges and MT35 dual rear shocks. Crevier's 2012 championship comes just a year after claiming the 2011 title, also using K-Tech Suspension - for back-to-back championships! Crevier dominated the season, never finishing off the podium or lower than second place and carried a 100 point lead by the end of the season.
Andrew Nelson finished consistently in the top five all season to take second place in the 2012 Canadian Mopar Pro Superbike Championship. Nelson rode his K-Tech Suspension equipped #26 BMW S1000RR, starting the season with a race win at Shannonville. Young gun Bodhi Edie finished the season in fifth place aboard his K-Tech equipped BMW S1000RR. Both BMW S1000RR Superbikes featured K-Tech Suspension 20DDS front fork cartridges, providing exceptional feel and control, and were combined with the 35DDS rear shock for incredible grip. The Canadian SBK season is an intense series which spans from the end of June to the end of August and covers five race weekends.
Canadian Superbike Series K-Tech riders were supported trackside by Propulsion's Jamie Bruines and Fast Company's Scott Miller for all their suspension tuning needs. Propulsion and Fast Company are currently the only authorized K-Tech Suspension service centers and dealers for Canadian sales, parts, and service of the complete line of K-Tech products.
K-Tech Suspension is imported and distributed in North America by Orient Express. For more information regarding all the K-Tech Suspension products, service and tuning questions, or to become an authorized service center, please contact Orient Express via telephone at 800.645.6521 or 631.231.9552, visithttp://www.orientexpress.com/ or send an email to email@example.com.