Moriwaki

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Moriwaki Engineering Co., Ltd.
Type Private
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
Products Motorbikes
Revenue 10,000,000 JPY
Website Moriwaki Engineering

Moriwaki (full company name Moriwaki Engineering Co.,Ltd) is a Japanese company which produces among other things chassis and other parts for motorcycles.[1]

Moriwaki Monster, Wayne Gardner rode the bike at the Suzuka 8 Hours in 1981

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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