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Trust IV support the Belle Vue Aces - Match Programme article

Speedway? Not one of the genres of motorcycling I really know about, I thought to myself. As a biker, sliding is not generally something I aim to do with the back wheel; I'd go as far as saying I very much try to avoid it! As for the surface being ridden, I recently had the chance to hit some dirt myself on a trail ride, an elating/terrifying experience and not one I wish to do sideways at 70mph. It's clear that both rider and machine are highly tuned performance machines.Performance, now that is something we do know about. Trust IV was formed in the early summer of 2005, a year full of high octane action with the Aces winning the K.O. Cup! Our founding directors also went up the performance scale with one heading to the Le Mans 24hr and another trading in his Triumph Sprint ST for a Honda Blackbird 1100…I'm pretty sure I also wrote off my Suzuki Bandit 600 but that's another story.Since those early days, Trust IV has grown to be experts in their field. Based here in Manchester, Trust IV specialise in performance testing of software systems. We ensure systems are resilient to stress, load and the general unknowns that can plague the day to day running of a successful product.Although our fields differ the comparisons between Trust IV and the Aces are clear. We both have a sound appreciation of the effort required to maintain a high standard of output and the importance of timings and results.I've read some amazing stats about power, speed and the engineering of the machines themselves but actions speak louder than words; Trust IV are proud to be a sponsor tonight and wish the Aces a great ride and a win against Eastbourne!

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