Innovation and motivation cannot be bought or acquired from the outside. This only comes from within, through challenges – responsibility – authority – and the freedom to make mistakes. Striving for perfection is our drive, our passion and the mistakes made along the way are the foundation of Krämer Motorcycles.
Krämer Motorcycles started in Germany as just a hobby in 2009, building a prototype racing bike for their own use, ultimately led to the company foundation of the company in 2014. The first model of the young company’s history is the “HKR EVO2″ where “HKR” stands for the first letter of the last names of Christof Henco , Markus Krämer and Nico Rothe. In 2009, the three of them started building their own Supermono in order to race it. These first SuperMonos were called EVO1. The HKR EVO2 is therefore its successor and already includes four years of pre-development through experience gained on the EVO1 model.
Eddie’s racing career spanned more than twenty years and saw him compete in the Grand Prix, The Isle of Man TT, plus numerous international races.
His connection with the racing industry goes back to the 1980’s when he joined Pirelli Tyres becoming involved with tyre performance & safety. This led to him becoming the official supplier of motorcycle tyres to the British Superbike Championship with his business Competition Logistics Ltd (Complog) and remains as the official supplier.
Eddie is also co-team owner of Team Beale Roberts (TBR) competing in the ICGP Championship which takes place at circuits around Europe. They won the championship in 2017 with rider Mike ‘Spike’ Edwards.
Eddie is now heavily involved with not only his TBR team but also Kramer Motorcycle Racing in the UK taking part in the Thundersport Championship, GP2 Supertwins and Stocktwins class with Austrian rider Lukas Wimmer.
To see Eddies interview with Thundersport visit: http://thundersportgb.com/index.php/8-latest-news/344-thundersport-xtra-time-kraemer-vs-kraemer#.Ww0zATVClno.email
Racing is a way of life for Eddie and he is very passionate about the sport, always willing to provide riders, their parents/sponsors with help and advice when asked whether it be about the tyres, the circuits or the bike set up.
Becoming involved with Kramer as their UK importer is seen by those who know him as a very positive move because of his wealth of knowledge that he brings with him.
Ally has worked with Eddie for approx. 7years, mainly with Complog but he has also been involved as mechanic for TBR working closely with Eddie and Mike to bring the championship title home in 2017. Working closely with Eddie he is fully involved with race bike preparation, classic bike restoration and paintwork, a skill which he learned from his father.