Delkevic’s new showroom and customer service centre

Bertie Simmonds
February 1, 2019

Exhaust specialist Delkevic has launched a new showroom and customer service centre with DK Motorcycles in Newcastle-under-Lyme – and customers can now check out its range of products in person, while getting information and advice on which exhaust may best suit their needs.

Delkevic are leading manufacturers and suppliers of motorcycle exhaust systems throughout the world, with offices in the USA, UK, Australia, and Japan – and many of its staff are active in the racing world, which means that they’re better able to understand your needs and advise on the best solution for you.

All Delkevic products are designed and developed to fit straight onto the motorcycle without need for remapping or carburation modifications – and are handcrafted from the highest quality materials to enhance your motorcycle in both performance and looks, with a guarantee to improve your riding experience at an unbeatable price.

That’s not all – Delkevic has also announced that it’ll be supporting two riders throughout the 2019 season under the Delkevic Racing banner. Carl Vickers will continue to ride his pre-injection Yamaha R6 in the ever popular Thundersport GB series, and Liam Marchant will be on board his BSB spec Kawasaki ZX10R.

Both race bikes are currently on display in the new showroom at Swift House in Newcastle-under-Lyme – and are kitted out with the latest Delkevic titanium x-oval silencers, which consistently perform under the stresses and strains of racing.

Delkevic wish both riders a huge success for next year and we look forward to further supporting them through the 2019 season.

To see the full range of Delkevic products visit their website:

About the Author

Bertie Simmonds

As a child Bertie (well, Robert back then… blame his sister for the nickname) was exposed to motorcycles thanks to his uncles. They would show up at his house with a lovely lady as pillion throughout the 1970s and 1980s. After a naughty time on field bikes (it’s what we did back then) Bertie passed his test in the early 1990s and became a reporter for MCN in 1995, moving to the sports desk and covering World Superbikes in 1996. With a change to Bike Magazine in 1997, he stayed until 2000 as news, features and road test editor. Moving into PR with Cosworth, Bert was bored with cars and returned to bikes in 2001 with Two Wheels Only, becoming editor in 2002 and leaving to be freelance at the end of 2004. With almost a decade freelancing, Bertie joined Mortons in 2013 and became editor of Classic Motorcycle Mechanics, a post he’s desperately clung to, to this day. And no, he’s never had a pretty girl on the back of his bike.

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