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12/2/2011

Where does Marzocchi want to go?

Making a difference means investing in innovation.

It’s in our blood. We were born to ride. Since 1949, every mountain bike or motor bike product we have built has come from our passion for two wheelers.

We at Marzocchi are passionate about bikes. Our single objective is to design the most sophisticated, high tech suspension products for the ultimate riding experience.

Despite the crisis that hit the two-wheeler world in 2008, and from which we are still feeling the effects, Marzocchi has continued to invest in research, development and marketing.

The results are evident: Just think about the new aluminum USD 50 light on the Ducati Panigale 1198 (awarded best motorbike at the recent EICMA show in Milan), or the 888 RC3 EVO V2 Titanium – the queen of downhill included in Dirt 100.

Where does Marzocchi want to go? We want to go on riding. We all know that making the distance requires training and sweat – particularly in the current economic environment. We have plans for facing the challenges of succeeding in the future, despite the difficult times we face today.

Hard times require even harder work. But we believe that Italian design can still make a difference in a global market.

Making a difference means investing in innovation.

Marzocchi’s heart is still beating.

We’re riding on with the same passion and love for bikes as we have for the last 62 years.

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