BKS AMBASSADORS. Steve Brogan Steve has a wealth of racing experience across a breadth of classes & is a valuable addition to the BKS family. He looks set to claim victory in this year’s British Superbike Evo class. James Toseland
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Steve has a wealth of racing experience across a breadth of classes & is a valuable addition to the BKS family. He looks set to claim victory in this year’s British Superbike Evo class.
Double World Superbike champion James Toseland was the first professional motorcycle racer in the history of BKS to wear the company's leathers. James has had a large amount of input into the fit & design aspects of the BKS product range.
For 2010, BKS have recruited world 125cc racer Danny Webb. The Kent-based rider witnessed the quality of BKS after spending time with James Toseland in the Moto GP paddock last year.
For 2010, Tommy Hill continues his growing relationship with BKS. The Essex-based 25-year-old is one of the leading contenders for the 2010 British Superbike championship. The Worx Cresent Suzuki rider is hoping to be the first crowned BKS champion.
Despite pre-season injury, Stuart is ready to go head-to-head with fellow BKS brand ambassador Tommy Hill for the British crown.
Danny is the youngest BKS brand ambassador. Despite his young age, Danny has already competed in a range of national & international championships with impressive results. He is competing on two fronts as he aims to win the British 125cc championship as well as pitching his efforts against the world’s hottest young talent in the red bull rookies cup.
BBC Moto GP commentator & bike tester Steve turned professional motorcycle racer in 1976 at the age of 22. His team mate in the Suzuki GP team was Barry Sheene. In 1978 & 1979 he clinched the British motorcycle championships. In 1980 he joined Yamaha & won many European & British races.
In 2010, BKS expanded its support to road racing with Isle of Man TT & Macau racer Gary Johnson. Gary made his TT debut in 2007 & impressed with his raw talent & fearless approach.
BKS sponsor two young Italian riders:
Championship: Superstock FIM cup 1000
Team: All service system by GDP
Two-time European Superstock 600 runner-up Marco Bussolotti is supported by BKS as he steps up to the FIM Superstock 1000 class.
Championship: European Superstock FIM cup 600
Team: all service system by GDP
As Marco’s team-mate Davide Fanelli is hoping to challenge for top honours in the European Superstock 600 championship.