A Little Bit About The Team Here At MCT

For over Fifteen years, MCT Suspension has been using our experience and development skills to achieve the greatest set-ups for all our customers.

Darren Wnukoski has himself competed for over 15 years in motocross, trials, enduro, road racing and endurance including 600's at British Supersport championship level and winning the 2005 KRC Endurance championship on a Yamaha R1.

This experience is used to find a set-up that will improve the quality of ride. Reduced rider fatigue, increased comfort and greater control are the areas we concentrate on, the results are a great deal more confidence and enjoyment.

 

Darren Wnukoski

Darren has owned a motorcycle since the age of 8. He took over as chief mechanic at a local motorcycle retailer at the age of 17. He competed at junior level motocross for three years before forming a partnership at age 22 and starting up MCT.

For the last few years Darren has been road racing and more recently contested the British 600 and KRC Endurance championship gaining valuable experience of tuning, suspension and what it really takes to make a bike work!

Darren currently rides a track prepared 2008 Honda Fireblade to help continue development of suspension for the race track, and a KTM SXF450 off-road.

 

Keith Gilbert

Keith came to MCT in 2004 working part-time in the shop; with the restructuring in January 2006 this became a full time labour of love.

Keith has been motorcycling since his teens, now a senior citizen, over those years he has raced motorcycles in the sixties, karts in the seventies and became an ACU clerk of the course in the eighties.

In between working for MCT, Keith still finds time to observe for his local ROSPA advanced motorcycle group and fit in 20,000 miles a year road riding and touring on his BMW GS1200 equipped with Wilbers Suspension.


Tom Vickers

Tom joined MCT in February 2009. Tom has been riding since 2005 after turning 16 and started working in the Motorcycle trade at 18. Coming from a more engine based background, he is now getting to grips with suspension. In 2008 Tom completed his first season working at the British Superbike meetings, the first working for a British Supersport team. In 2009 he helped a young rider; Adam Lyon in his first season of the National Superstock 600 series, and in 2010, Tom assisted Adam's Brother Liam in the same championship, in which he secured 11th place in the overall standings.