Öhlins Racing to Showcase New Technology, New Products, World-Renowned Bikes at EICMA 2021

Latest Öhlins suspension innovation to debut on new Yamaha M-10 SP; brand also to highlight Valentino Rossi’s flat track motorcycle, other leading-edge bikes

Milan, Italy, November 23, 2021: Öhlins Racing, one of the most respected brands in the two-wheel performance market, will unveil an innovative motorcycle suspension technology and introduce a variety of other products for enthusiasts and racers during EICMA 2021, the International Two Wheels Exposition, at Fiero Milano Rho.

The Öhlins exhibit (Pavilion 24P, stand 171) also will showcase a variety of bikes featuring the brand’s latest technologies, including the flat track motorcycle used by nine-time Grand Prix World Champion Valentino Rossi at his VR46 Ranch in Tavullia, Italy, and a Yamaha R1 equipped with the latest suspension solutions for MotoGP competition. Öhlins also will host an appearance by Austrian bicyclist Fabio Wibmer, best known for his online street trials videos.

“EICMA is a premier event for the two-wheel category and an outstanding opportunity for our team to reconnect with the thought leaders and die-hard racers and enthusiasts who rely on Öhlins technologies,” said Robert Brinkmark, director of two-wheel sales, marketing and product management for the Öhlins business. “We have a lot of exciting news to share and encourage everyone to visit our stand during the show.”

Öhlins will join representatives of Yamaha during EICMA for the introduction of the 2022 M-10 SP hyper naked bike, the first motorcycle to feature Öhlins front and rear suspensions equipped with a revolutionary internal valve technology that enhances road performance through broader, faster setting adjustments.

Öhlins also will unveil its FGR 400, a highly advanced, spring-pressurized front suspension fork designed to establish a new benchmark for performance and control in World Superbike racing. Other products to be featured in the Öhlins exhibit are the popular TTX Flow DV twin-tube shock absorber, now available with an optional spring preload adjuster, a variety of additional front forks, and an assortment of eBike products.