Arrow (motorcycle part manufacturer)

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Arrow Special Parts SpA
Type Private
Industry Motorcycle Exhausts
Motorcycle Parts
Founded 1985
Founder(s) Giorgio Giannelli
Headquarters San Giustino, Perugia, Italy
Website www.arrow.it

Arrow Special Parts is one of the world's leading motorcycle exhaust manufacturers.

History[edit]

It was founded in 1985 in Italy when Giorgio Giannelli realised his dream of creating a company whose main purpose was the production of highly performing exhaust systems.

After a couple of years, the first great success arrived with Belgian rider Jobé winning the 500cc Motocross World Championship.

Since 2000 Arrow has won more than 20 World Titles, in SBK, SS, MX and Supermoto.[1]

Today[edit]

In 2008 alone, the firm added 3 more Crowns: MX1 World Championship, with David Philippaerts, in S2 Supermoto World Championship with Adrien Chareyre and SS World Championship with Andrew Pitt, cementing its place as a leader in the market.[2]

Today the firm also produces other key motorcycle parts including steering dampers and competition footpegs.

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