Based in Portland, Oregon, SpeedyMoto manufacturers exceptionally designed, after-market components for Ducati motorcycles, focusing on damage control and ergonomic enhancement. We research, design, test, and manufacture in-house, ensuring the highest quality for every product we release to the market.
SpeedyMoto has quickly garnered a worldwide reputation for developing intelligently designed, quality products. Meet the purveyors of fine speed metal:
Operations, Marketing & Sales aka. Co-ordinator of Synchroncity
Christian Hansen head of sales and marketing, exudes an award-winning personality and a handsome smile. Boasting a butt-load of energy, he’s the right guy for this job. Having been involved in the motorcycle industry for practically his entire life, Christian is the go-to guy for any tech or trend questions. He successfully built the SpeedyMoto brand from the ground up and always provides fast, friendly, fair service to our customers. Christian is an honest salesman (even if he’s got to lie:) and if something isn’t right or a customer has any problem, he bends over backwards to fix it. Working in the motorcycle industry and for other motorcycle parts manufactures, Christian has earned the knowledge, contacts, and resources to get the job done effectively and efficiently.
Christian has been riding sportbikes for over 20 years and has been evolved in every part of the sport. A championship wining racer in OMRRA 2002, former president and vice president and a founding member of the DRB sportbike club, instructor for Cascade Track Time and Motocorsa track days. Christian has had the opportunity to travel around the world as a spectator at many world class racing events, including MotoGP Mugello, MotoGP Catalunya and the TT races at the Isle Of Mann.
Spencer T. Houser
Operations, Product Design & Engineering
Spencer “The Awesome One” Houser rallies SpeedyMoto up the path of success as the organization’s spiritual superintendent. Revered by his peers, Spencer’s lifelong involvement in metalworking and the arts effectuated his regimented-but-fair method of leadership. Skilled in all things metal, not only can Spencer design, weld, machine, and fabricate, but he can also recite the properties of any metal in the periodic table upon request. Outside the metalworking realm, Spencer is a spreadsheet savant. His expertise in modeling virtual business scenarios has proven invaluable to SpeedyMoto’s growth. Spencer attended the Rochester Institute of Technology where he studied industrial design, the long-term effects of road salt on American muscle cars, and the virtues of a 2-wheel commute in a 4-wheel society.
A motorcycle enthusiast and racer at heart, Spencer is a member of the Oregon Motorcycle Road Racing Association and former Treasurer of the Dirty Rotten Bastards Sport Bike Club. He lives in Portland with his lovely wife, Caroline, and his darling daughters, Ava and Penelope.
Product Design, Graphic Design & Web Development
Duc (that’s pronounced Duke) is the force behind the SpeedyMoto look. A true designer’s designer, he’s not only responsible for all of our web and print, but he lays claim to conjuring up our innovative triple clamps as well. With the unyielding focus of a master martial artist, Duc is the enforcer of SpeedyMoto’s “Keeping it Real” policy. His Zen mastery and mystical eastern heritage entitle Duc to reign as the levelheaded sage within the organization. An early adapter to technology, Duc wisely dispenses insightful advice, garnered during years of running his own successful graphic design and Web development company (ducdesigned.com). As the head of SpeedyMoto’s field testing division, Duc and his 996 have not only rigorously tested the crash worthiness of many of our products, but his legendary racing exploits also inspired our durable water pump housing, clutch cover and pressure plate designs.
A lifelong motorcyclist (starting on the venerable tricycle at age 3), Duc is a member of the Oregon Road Racing Association and a founding member of the Dirty Rotten Bastards Sport Bike Club.