Free GB Racing engine case protection on offer

By Andy Downes -

General news

 08 October 2013 17:28

Engine protection firm GB Racing needs help to expand the range of engine case guards and anyone who lends their bike for templating can get a free set.

The product range extension is part of a £100,000 expansion at the firm’s North London manufacturing plant which now has the capability for extra production.

A statement from the firm said: “The new machinery and tooling means that GB Racing can make protection for new models quickly and it wants to expand its range dramatically. And you don't need to stick to sports bikes either, if you own a Triumph Adventurer or Harley Davidson Fatboy and want the best protection available, then let the firm know.”
 
GB Racing's Graham Banks added: "We want riders to tell us what are the most popular bikes they want us to make engine protection for. If there is a demand, then we will make it, here in the UK, and put it on sale around the world."
 
Bikers can suggest their own machines or models on the GB Racing Facebook page.

Any riders volunteering their own bike to be used for sizing (no riding) and chosen to help will get development product and then a free set of the production engine case covers worth approx £170 as a thank you from GBRacing - https://www.facebook.com/gbracing.eu.