Patrice Goyette

Patrice Goyette

Quiet, wondering in his own thoughts, he does his work without wasted motion. This genious motorcycle mechanic is a passionate, visionary partner of our crew, being also found of speed and accuracy in motorcycle races. 1987, Patrice won the Superbike championship.

21 years old, Patrice joins a motorcycle private workshop. There he will develop an extensive hand of experience, refined with years of research, thinking to develop analytical skills.

As of then, Patrice continue improving skills, experience, while being a specialize mechanic for Mercedes Benz in Toronto, and then came back to work at his own business.

Around that last period he started being chief mechanic for several racers being, Simon Homans, Francis Martin, Steve Crevier, Clint McBain, Cody Metachuck, Mike Ferreira, Raphael Archambault, Kevin Lacombe, Sam Proulx, Brett McCormick, Francois and Alex Dumas to name a few. Then he joins the Couturier racing crew, and the Dumas racing crew.

He won several prices, among them the ‘’Tuner award of the year ‘’ in 2005 and 2011. But his enthusiasm aims at seeing his fellow riders standing on the podium.

With all his years of experience, skills, knowledge of products plus his natural ability, Patrice has made a priority to deliver the best customer service with goal oriented focus, and ability to handle surprises. Added to persuasion skills, tenacity and willingness to learn, he has develop an excellent customer service.

Readiness and ability in initiating action to maximize productivity and performance potential through development with client, successfully increased client retention by creating a positive and professional work environment.

Francis Martin

Francis Martin

An avid motorcyclist, Francis started motocross racing at the age of 13.  At 21, he was racing on superbikes.   All those years of effort finally paid off in 1999 when he won his first Canadian Superbike championship at the age of 25.  His second big win came in 2002 with a first position in the Open category and then again in 2005 with another first place in the Canadian Superbike Championship.  Francis is also a renowned instructor for amateur racers and has worked for Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and BMW as a factory pilot.

Francis is a very dynamic person who meets challenges, either personal or professional, with a lot of determination.  He will gladly advise you and make sure that you leave a satisfied customer.

David Anctil

David Anctil

David has been a fan of motor vehicles since his tender age.  His heart goes to motorcycles though; he started riding his little Honda Z50 (not without a few bruises!) at the age of four.  He has owned motorcycles ever since.  In 1999, he trained with Francis Martin at Fast Riding School.  He then competed in many races on his modified Harley Davidson.  In 2010, David decided to join the VRRA (Vintage Road Racing Association), and is still racing in this category today.

Raised in family of entrepreneurs who operated a business for fours generations, David feels that MPG is the perfect combination of his passion for motorized sports and his experience in business.