World leaders in air filter technology, Twin Air have worked closely together with Honda to win motocross races and World Championships for over two decades, and are proud to announce the continuation of that relationship for another three years.
The Dutch company will continue to supply Team HRC’s factory Honda CRF machines in the FIM Motocross World Championship until the end of the 2021 season, providing their trademark air filters as well as filter cleaning products, airbox covers and exhaust plugs.
Boasting optimum balance of protection against particles and maximum airflow for greater power, Twin Air filters are the ideal complement to the Honda CRF250R and CRF450R, ensuring absolute holeshot power alongside race-winning durability and protection.
With the 2018 MXGP season having already drawn to a close, Team HRC’s 2019 pre-season development is already well underway with Twin Air at the heart of product development for the 2019 Honda CRF450RW and CRF250RW. A comprehensive test programme will lead up to the first round of next year at the end of February.
Marcus de Freitas, Team HRC Manager
“The relationship we have with Twin Air has gone back many years and we’ve enjoyed a lot of success in the Motocross World Championship. Their experience is unrivalled and they work with many factory Honda racing teams across the world so are perfectly placed to continue to support us for the next three years with their world-leading products.”
Pieter Does, Twin Air General Manager
“We’ve been supporting Honda in motocross for many years, from the beginning since Eric Geboers, and we support factory Honda teams throughout the world, so we’re very proud to continue this winning relationship with Team HRC for another three years. One of the key benefits for us is that we’re able to develop our products on the race bikes, in the most extreme of off-road environments, even before the productions versions come out, so our distributors and dealers will already have our products ready in their shops for every new Honda CRF launched.”