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The distinctive “Ursus green“ stands out on Bastianini’s Ducati, on Tatay and Antonelli’s Moto3, and also on the fairing of Pires and Cardelus’s MotoE.

The upcoming season is set to be packed with emotions for Ursus. In fact, news of the two-year sponsorship agreement, signed by the CEO Mirko Ferronato with Ruben Xaus, Sport Director of Avintia Esponsorama Racing Team, is official.

Thanks to this new partnership, Ursus will be making its début in MotoGP, Moto3 and MotoE and will thus have the chance to appeal to a large portion of sports enthusiasts who could potentially be interested in finding out more about its products. 

“We are extremely satisfied with the new agreement between Ursus and Esponsorama Racing which involves sponsoring Enea Bastianini’s Ducati in MotoGP, the Moto3 of Carlos Tatay and Nicoló Antonelli and the MotoE of André Pires and Xavier Cardelus”, states Ruben Xaus. “This two-year contract embraces our entire facility. We are really happy about the entry of this new sponsor which represents the high-end cycling sector”, continues Xaus. 

“Ursus provides the top of the range when it comes to bicycle components, and motorcycle fans are without a doubt closely tied to this sport too. For an innovative Italian brand such as Ursus to invest in motorcycling through our team is definitely a winning bet.

Thanks to our team and the MotoGP World Championship, Ursus will benefit from major visibility at international level. This year 60% of our riders are Italian and in the MotoGP category, they will be racing on Ducati motorbikes: Ursus makes us feel even more Italian”.

“The passion of two-wheelers is connected since time immemorial to the world of motorcycles. Ursus supports sports, teamwork, speed and technology catering to the needs of performance. That’s why we are proud to have joined this new team” states Mirko Ferronato.

Ursus’s official MotoGP début is set to take place next 28th March at the Qatar Grand Prix.



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