Jayson Uribe’s Honda CBR1000RR Superbike is his personal motorcycle, which he bought with his own money in 2017. He built the engine himself using as many Honda Racing Corporation (HRC) parts as are allowed by the MotoAmerica Superbike rules. And, to continue the “homegrown” theme of Uribe’s bike, he and his mother Becky write all the algorithms for the bike’s HRC electronics system, including strategies for engine braking, wheelie control, traction control, throttle auto-blip, and more. As the team name suggests, “Uribe Racing” is a family operation, and Uribe’s father Allan is also fully involved.

Rider: Jayson Uribe

Engine: 998cc, 4 stroke, liquid cooled, 4 cylinders, DOHC, 16 valves

Electronics: HRC

Transmission: Six-speed constant mesh

Exhaust: Yoshimura Alpha T Titanium 4-1 Full System

Cooling System: FEBUR

Fuel: VP Racing

Lubrication: Motul

Battery: Antigravity

Sprockets: Vortex

Final Drive: EK Chain

Front Suspension: Öhlins twin forks

Rear Suspension: Öhlins TTX GP single shock

Front Brakes: Brembo calipers/rotors/pads

Rear Brakes: Brembo caliper/rotor/pads

Brake Lines: Core Moto

Wheels: Marchesini

Tires: Dunlop

Bodywork: Carbonin

Seat: Saddlemen

Engine Protection: GB Racing Inc.

Handlebars, Triple Clamps, Rearsets & Subframe: Evol Technology

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