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Magic Bullet for flying Farquhar

TT winner and multiple Irish Champion Ryan Farquhar is set to run the Magic Bullet logo on his bike in 2010
TT winner and multiple Irish Champion Ryan Farquhar has struck a deal with Magic Bullet who will be a 2010 team sponsor.

Riding the KMR Kawasaki, Farquhar will run the Magic Bullet logo on his bike, leathers and race truck at the international road races, Irish nationals, Scarborough, the Southern 100 and the Manx Grand Prix.

Farquhar said: “I met Magic Bullet at the NEC show in Birmingham and we had a chat about sponsorship. The guys followed that up with a meeting where we sorted out a deal. I'm pleased to have another sponsor on-board ahead of the 2010 season, and I'm hoping for some great results for them. 2009 was a superb season – I hope 2010 will be as good.”

Stephen Castledine, CEO of Global Fuel Treatments added: “I'm thrilled to have secured the services of Ryan for 2010. He is a master of his craft, and seeing the Magic Bullet logo on a winning road race machine is superb. We are all really excited at the prospect, and can't wait for the season to start.”



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RawDawg

February 02, 2010 8:51 PM
Last Edited 2502 days ago

Good luck to Ryan! He's always been one of the guys that I follow on the roads. This the first I've noticed that crash has added an "RR" tag for roadracing. BTW - That chick in the pic is f'kin' HOT!!!

junkmale - Unregistered

February 04, 2010 2:54 AM

Yep, I've just noticed the RR too, and am perusing it's index for info on the RR thread I've just started on the Australian forum I contribute to. Well done Crash. :Clap: Hmmm. Spotted just East of the Pacific Ocean 1st, then just West of it. The Europeans are obviously still asleep :D



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