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#NewPartner // X-TRACK // CANADA


The Canadian company X-TRACK becomes the Official Modular Track Supplier for the E-Xplorer Championship, the new international electric, all-terrain motorcycle series.

APRIL 12th 2023 - X-TRACK has teamed up with the FIM E-Xplorer World Cup for the 2023 USA E-Xplorer Race, which is set to take place on September 16th.

X-TRACK is a company that produces innovative modules made from environmentally friendly materials, including recycled and recyclable products, and also focuses on creating reusable products that have a long lifespan.

This partnership between X-TRACK and FIM E-Xplorer World Cup will allow for the development of sustainable racetracks across the globe for the upcoming season. This will provide an excellent opportunity for motorcycle clubs and municipalities to build safe environments for riding electric motorcycles in urban areas.

"X-TRACK is thrilled to be involved in the technological and environmental advancements taking place and is honored to have been selected as the official synthetic track modules Supplier for the E-Xplorer FIM World Cup. We are excited to offer our expertise in manufacturing customized modules that cater to specific needs, whether it be jumps, bumps or curves. Our modules are especially ideal for urban circuits”. – Steve Lussier, X-Track Project manager and Co-Founder

" We are delighted to collaborate with X-Track, a company whose cutting-edge techniques are pushing the boundaries of electric motorcycle development. X-Track's extensive knowledge and expertise are vital for the ongoing expansion of our sport. The noiseless feature of electric motorcycles presents riders with a chance to engage in their activity in urban settings. Just like with skateboarding, it is critical to establish a safe atmosphere for riders to express themselves. " – Valentin Guyonnet, E-Xplorer CEO & Co-Founder


X-TRACK produces modules using ecologically sustainable materials, including recycled, recyclable, and reusable products that are designed to endure for many years. Furthermore, the track configuration can be easily modified due to the interchangeable nature of the modules, resulting in a more cost-effective and appealing purchase over time. The development of the X-Track modules was a collaborative effort, with Elabore and LX Sim engineering firms creating the design plans and conducting simulations, while CDCQ and Coalia laboratories sourced the manufacturing materials. In addition, several other companies contributed to the production of the first X-Track modules, such as BeSpline for composite thermoforming, Soudure Bess Design for aluminium structure assembly, Flex-Sol for rubber coating, and RJAM for customized safety cushion manufacturing. As a result, X-Track products can rightfully claim to be made in Quebec, Canada. More info at

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