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Sena Technologies, Inc. taps Mark Ebner as new Midwest Outside Channel Sales Representative

Published August 29, 2018

IRVINE, Calif. - Sena Technologies, Inc. taps Mark Ebner as new Midwest Outside Channel Sales Representative.  

Long-time global category leader in Motorcycle Bluetooth communication, Sena now seeks to extend its technology to the Bicycle Industry and has brought in respected bike veteran Mark Ebner to lead their US Outside Channel Sales in the Midwest.

With an early start in the bicycle business at at 15, Mark is well versed in all aspects of the industry from the retail to OEM. He has worked with companies like Bell Sports, QBP, Specialized, Shimano and Accell, on everything from inside sales and warranty to outside representation, he even has experience in staff training and managing.

"I’m excited for what Sena’s technology can do for the sport to make it safer and more enjoyable for the rider. It has been so energizing showing this technology to shop owners and staff and seeing their excitement about the product and what it can do," says Mark Ebner.  

“Sena is looking to bring our proven technology to the bicycle market. With Mark’s vast knowledge of the bicycle business, our team will be able to do just that,” said Chris Clarke, Global Sales Director.

Mark can be reached at or 651-246-6096. Mark, and the rest of the Sena team will be at Interbike, so be sure to stop by booth #3809 to see what’s new for 2019.

Founded in 1998, Sena began as an industrial Bluetooth technology company, providing networking solutions to customers across the globe. Sena’s CEO, Tae Kim, an avid motorcyclist, realized his technology could also bridge the gap for wireless rider-to-rider motorcycle communication, which was virtually impossible at the time. Sena developed their initial motorcycle Bluetooth communicator in 2010, which proved to be the beginning of a passion-driven product line that would provide innovative communication solutions to enthusiasts from the powersports, outdoor activities, and now the cycling industry.  

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