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|Founded||September 30, 1973|
|Headquarters||Suzuka, Mie Prefecture, Japan|
|Area served||10+ countries and regions including North America, Europe and Australia|
|Key people||Mamoru Moriwaki, Founder and Representative Director
Namiko Moriwaki, Senior Managing Director
Midori Moriwaki, Managing Director
Moriwaki (full company name Moriwaki Engineering Co.,Ltd) is a Japanese company which produces among other things chassis and other parts for motorcycles.
For the 2010 Motorcycle world championship Moriwaki have built a motorbike for the newly established Moto2 class which replaced the 250cc class. Toni Elias has won 7 races with the bike so far and secured the championship with a fourth place at the Malaysia round.
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