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JT Sprockets are used by Road, Endurance, and Motocross race teams worldwide. All of them depend on the excellent quality and wide range of gear ratios offered by our sprockets.

JT offer multiple levels of support to riders active in any level of competition. See our rider support page for more information.

 

Factory Link 

 

Rider requirements:

  • Must hold a valid race license
  • Prominently display our product logos on your bike
  • Provide feedback and comments to help us keep our products at the top
  • Be proactive in keeping us updated with your racing and results

To apply, simply fill in the online application form or contact us directly. We will quickly respond with details of the support we are offering.

The full range of products available through the scheme:

  • JT Sprockets
  • JT Drive Chain
  • JT MX Brake Discs

We also welcome enquiries from race teams who are interested in working with us.

Written by Admin Manager — September 16, 2014

Comments

Ndan:

Hey George, You should look into gentitg a Yamaha FZ1. More power and ground clearance with bar risers for the handlebar to avoid the boy racer crouch and wrist-ache. The first generation models, 2001-2005, are carbureted and deliver 127 horsepower to the rear wheel. Re-jetted and piped, my ‘02 puts out 140 horses and is very comfortable enough to do highway stints of 500 or more miles. From ’06 on, the FZ1 is fuel injected, has upside forks and is generally slanted more to the sporty side of the spectrum. Either way, you can’t go wrong if you’re looking for a fast bike that is also comfortable enough to keep you out of the chiropractor’s chair.

April 15 2015

Ndan:

Hey George, You should look into gentitg a Yamaha FZ1. More power and ground clearance with bar risers for the handlebar to avoid the boy racer crouch and wrist-ache. The first generation models, 2001-2005, are carbureted and deliver 127 horsepower to the rear wheel. Re-jetted and piped, my ‘02 puts out 140 horses and is very comfortable enough to do highway stints of 500 or more miles. From ’06 on, the FZ1 is fuel injected, has upside forks and is generally slanted more to the sporty side of the spectrum. Either way, you can’t go wrong if you’re looking for a fast bike that is also comfortable enough to keep you out of the chiropractor’s chair.

April 15 2015

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