Focusing on research and development is part of Marchesini's DNA and the company has concentrated on technological innovation from the day it was first set up.
Since 2000, when it joined the Brembo Group, the company has continued along these lines.
The companies in the Group work together against a backdrop of technological innovation and constant research into materials and machining techniques. The Brembo Group can also rely on a common strategy of internationalisation and progressive growth. This has helped Marchesini to tackle the new challenges that a constantly changing market like the motorcycle one faces with great strength and determination.
Set up in 1988 as an aluminium and magnesium foundry, Marchesini is a company that manufactures high performance motorcycle wheels and has quickly become the most famous racing and road wheel brand in the world.
The first racing bike to opt for Marchesini wheels was the Italian "Rossa": the Ducati. Today, Marchesini wheels are used by the main teams competing in MotoGP, SuperBike and SuperMotard racing, but are also available for more widely used road models.
The company has been part of the Brembo Group since March 2000 and it has continued to strengthen its predisposition for technological innovation by exchanging know-how with Brembo and other companies in the Group. Marchesini's organisational structure and distribution chain have also been reorganised to raise the already high standards of quality and service even higher.
Aware of the excellence of its products and its ability to search for new solutions, looking to the future with enthusiasm and conviction comes naturally to Marchesini.