With the 2016 Road Racing season coming to a close, we can’t thank all of our sponsored riders and teams enough for their support of our products. This season our products have been put to the test and have ended up on the podium at almost every event.
Eazi-Guard™ is proving itself as a must have product at every road race to protect not only the bodywork but also fork legs and swing arms on the bike and even riders helmets. At the 2016 Isle of Man TT our stone chip protection tape was not only used to protect the bikes but also used on the on-board cameras, to help prevent the lenses from cracking around the 37.33mile course, helping to prove how durable our product really is.
We have made strides with Eazi-Grip™ making it a stronger product than ever before. We are currently working on developing a Silicone Grip to line up next to our Evo and Pro grips for 2017.
The Eazi-Grip™ Team will be at Intermot during the week of October 3-9th showcasing all of our products. Feel free to stop by and check out whats new in the UK Pavillion Hall 8.
You can purchase all our latest grips directly from our website with free shipping to the UK and £3.50 for all international orders.
Click the link below to take you directly to our KTM page
The latest bikes to be added to our range are:
|Eazi-Grip KTM Adventure 1190 Tank Grips in Black 2013|
|Eazi-Grip KTM Adventure 1190 Tank Grips in Clear 2013|
|Eazi-Grip KTM Duke 125 Tank Grips in Black 2011-2013|
|Eazi-Grip KTM Duke 125 Tank Grips in Clear 2011-2013|
|Eazi-Grip KTM Duke 200 Tank Grips in Black 2011-2013|
|Eazi-Grip KTM Duke 200 Tank Grips in Clear 2011-2013|
|Eazi-Grip KTM Duke 390 Tank Grips in Black 2013|
|Eazi-Grip KTM Duke 390 Tank Grips in Clear 2013|
|Eazi-Grip KTM Duke 690 Tank Grips in black 2011-2013|
|Eazi-Grip KTM Duke 690 Tank Grips in clear 2011-2013|
Eazi-Grip™ sponsored Tag Racing will be moving up to British superbikes in 2014. The supersport team based in Swadlincote, Derbyshire will join the championship running the Kawasaki ZX-10R.
“We’ve been considering a switch to superbikes for a while now and feel that the time is right for us to take on this new challenge,” said team owner Rob Winfield.
“The championship rules allow privately run teams like ours to compete on a level playing field and we are confident that we have the experience and resources to step up and contribute to what is one of the world’s most exciting race series.
“As a team, we have learned a great deal racing in the supersport class and have proved ourselves through a series of race wins, pole positions and fastest laps. We’ve worked hard over the years to put out a professional team and we are delighted that this has been recognised by Kawasaki Motors UK and MSVR, who have both welcomed our move into the superbike class. Racing in superbike will not only provide us with a fresh sporting challenge but will give considerably more exposure for our team sponsors.”