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11/14/2012

Live from Eicma: Marzocchi line up on show

Milan – Eicma, the most important motorcycle exhibition worldwide, started yesterday, allowing the media to discover the most important novelties for 2013.

IMG_0525_3.JPG November 14, Milan – Eicma, the most important motorcycle exhibition worldwide, started yesterday, allowing the media to discover the most important novelties for 2013. Marzocchi finally showed its new semi-active suspensions system, which gained the interest of the journalists, together with the complete line up of its new products, including the USD50 Light fork, the USD48 Enduro fork, and the new set of shock absorbers. The company, thanks to the astonishing quality of its technological solutions, successfully managed to present itself as one of the best partner for those brands willing to equip their bikes with evolved suspension systems. During the day, many of the riders who are competing (and winning) with Marzocchi forks, such as the well-known freestylers Massimo Bianconcini and Vanni Oddera, were guest in our booth. Everyone confirmed his trust in Marzocchi products which, as Vanni Oddera said «are fantastic, both for their toughness and for the feeling with the bike they give you».

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Milan – Eicma, the most important motorcycle exhibition worldwide, started yesterday, allowing the media to discover the most important novelties for 2013.
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Innovative system takes ride performance to a new level, while user-friendly software allows set-up from rider’s smartphone or tabletc. Official launch at EICMA, Milan.
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Marzocchi Tenneco has finished the developmental stage of the semiactive suspensions system, which will be presented on November, during Eicma, and which promises to be the most evolved solution on the market.
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It has been a brief but intense relationship, the one between Vanni Oddera and his veautiful two strokes All White KTM, equipped with a Marzocchi fork.
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The Italian team dominated all the three runs, eventually finishing first before the French and the Czech Republic team.
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