2012 Suomy Riders

Tuesday, 24 January 2012 11:24



















Max Biaggi


















Christophe Pourcel

Kawasaki CLS




Sebastien Pourcel

Kawasaki CLS
















Joel Roelants

Kawasaki CLS




Tommy Searle

Kawasaki CLS

Great Britain



Pascal Rauchenecker





Glenn Coldenhoff





Jake Nicholls





Yentel Martens
















Maxime Desprey





Stein Hoffman





Mr Jump Monster

Monday, 12 December 2011 08:46


An agreement was signed between Monster and Suomy for the creation and distribution of the cross helmets Mr Jump Monster in Italy and worldwide.
An agreement anticipated by a successful 2011 season in which both, Suomy and Monster, were involved in sponsoring the team CLS Kawasaki Pro Circuit in MX1 and MX2.
A very good season, for sure,  culminating with a fantastic second place in the World Championship MX2 with Tommy Searle!

Monster along with Suomy will be the sponsor of the team CLS Kawasaki Pro Circuit also in the next MX1 World Championship with Christophe and Sebastien Pourcel, and MX2 Championship with Tommy Searle and Joel Roelants.

It was obvious that the two brands unite themselves to create this new cross helmet "Suomy MrJump Monster" to the delight of fans and supporters. It will be available on January 1st, 2012.
The helmet that uses special and unique color "glitter" is hunting for a .... world title!


Eicma Show: Vips and new helmets!

Tuesday, 15 November 2011 10:35


Eicma - Milan (Italy). A large number of visitors to the stand Suomy that  introduced two innovations: the helmet 3logy, a jet that can become a fullface model and a helmet made ​​for the farewell to the races of Loris Capirossi made in  limited edition, only 1000 pieces.
A lot of guests came to Suomy stand: the two Miss Deborah, beautiful and likeable, veterans of the Miss Italy contest, the big motocross Christophe Pourcel who will race again next year with Suomy and for which we have prepared a beautiful helmet with his team colors, Max Biaggi always followed by his fans and of course Loris Capirossi, Suomy dedicated a part of Suomy stand graphics celebrating the important phases of the career of Loris wearing Suomy. Capirossi  spent hours signing autographs, taking pictures and shaking hands to his fans, accompanied by the friend and manager Carlo Pernat


MX2: Double podium for Searle and Anstie

Monday, 12 September 2011 14:50


Tommy Searle of Kawasaki Team CLS was top scorer for the second consecutive weekend as the FIM World MX2 Motocross Championship came to an end at the hillside Fermo track in central Italy, and was alongside his team mate Max Anstie on the podium for the first time this season.

The Englishman was already assured of third place in the championship but, like many other riders, was determined to end the season in style as they lined up in stifling heat for the two races at the picturesque hillside circuit only a few miles the Adriatic. Getting one of his best starts of the season Searle immediately attacked early leader Jeffrey Herlings in race one and built up a huge lead even before the two rivals had to fight their way through lapped riders; such was their pace that at the finish even the rider in eleventh place was lapped ! Tommy's start was even better in race two as he led the pack away, but he was unable to shake off the attentions of Herlings and offered only token resistance when the Dutch teenager attacked so that he study where his rival was gaining time. Searle expected his fitness to be the deciding factor in the heat as the race entered the closing laps, but a single minor error was enough for Herlings to break clear and Tommy had to settle for a share of the top points on the day with the rider he expects to be his main rival for the world title next year.

Searle was joined on the podium in Italy by teammate Max Anstie.

The teenager had missed the podium by just one place on six occasions this summer and was determined to finally collect his first GP trophy. Max's determined approach during the early laps quickly saw him take over fourth place in each race, but the field had quickly spread out in race one and Anstie was unable to close down the rider in third. Determined to make amends in race two he was up to fourth place in race two before he ran off the track into the fencing and had to charge again from ninth place. He showed great spirit to again cross the line in fourth place, and, as he had decisively beaten the riders who had finished third in each of the motos in the alternate race, he was rewarded with third place overall on the day. The result also cemented his fifth place in the championship standings in this, his rookie season.


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