British engine crash protection firm GB Racing has been awarded worldwide approval by the FIM, motorcycle racing’s world governing body – and is celebrating by offering motorcyclenews.com readers a chance to win a set of its top-spec engine covers.
We have three sets of engine crash protection to give away to readers who click on the link below and enter our competition. It’s open for two weeks and all those who correctly answer the question on the entry page will go into a draw to win one of the three sets of protectors.
The covers are made from injection-moulded glassfibre nylon and bolt over the standard engine cases, stopping them wearing through and causing damage or fluid leaks. They cover the bike’s generator and clutch cases and the pulse cover and a complete set of all three covers usually costs around £170.
For more information on GB racing, go to www.gbracing.eu. To enter our competition, please go to www.greatcompetitions.com/mcn and submit your answer to this question...
What do the initials FIM, the name of world bikesport’s governing body, stand for?
A) Federation Internationale de Motorcyclisme
B) Flippin’ Insane Motorcycling
C) Faith In Marquez
The closing date for entries is Thursday, February 6.