Founded by Valeriano Rodriguez, Team Stylobike is one of the most experienced and successful motorcycle racing outfits not just in Spain but worldwide. The latest proof comes in the form of Malaysian Hafizh Syahrin, brought to MotoGP thanks to the hard work put in together with Stylobike in the Moto2 class.

Ana Carrasco, first ever female motorcycle racing World Champion, started her career with Stylobike back in 2011. A year later Syahrin joined the team to impress in the European Moto2 Championship and take a podium finish during a wild card entry in the World Championship in his home event at Sepang.

Before setting up Stylobike, Valeriano Rodriguez worked with the likes of Jorge Lorenzo, a three-time MotoGP World Champions and Pol Espargaro, a Moto2 World Champion, both highly regarded factory riders in the premier class.

In 2019 Piotr Biesiekirski is joined at Stylobike by the experienced Fin Niki Tuuli, winner of the international Yamaha R6 Dunlop Cup and a regular podium finisher in the World Supersport Championship as well as Italian Matteo Ciprietti, former European Championship runner-up.

Piotr’s side of the garage includes crew chief Albert Floriach, team manager Tono del Val and mechanics Ladislav Sinko, Jaime Lopez Martinez and Diego Llorca Muñoz, his physios Patrick Joud and Vincente Fernandez Ibañez, physical trainer Carlos Gerrando Garcia and motocross trainer Rodrigo Concha Castro.

Piotr’s personal team also includes his parents Małgorzata and Andrzej who both play a key and active role in his career, project manager Tomasz Górecki, coordinator Artur Kobryn and press officer Michał Fiałkowski.

Piotr can also count on the support of his older brother Krzysztof, himself a professional motocross rider, his KSB riding coach Kike Bañuls and fellow racers, World Championship stars Iker Lecuona, Jaume Masia and Aron Canet.

Team’s title sponsor and Piotr’s longtime personal partner, Euvic, is a leading tech industry investor, patron of culture and a keen supporter of a wide range of social campaigns.