R&G Motorcycle Covers

Being big fans of pretty much everything that R&G Racing make for bikes we were more than happy when they called us up to say they had increased the range of bike covers they make. We now have covers to fit sports bikes, adventure bikes, custom bikes and scooters. The R&G motorcycle covers have been voted best buy by Ride magazine and many other publications. The quality and design are second to none and offer some great features including chain loop flaps, elasticated edging, belly straps and number plate windows. All in all a highly reccomended piece of kit. We keep all 4 types in stock ready for immediate dispatch. As always, free UK delivery on all these great bike covers.
The Sports bike cover will fit most faired models such as Fireblades and R1’s. The Adventure cover is large enough for Triumph Tigers and BMW R1200GS models. The Custom bike cover is great for Harley Davidsons and similar even with a screen and sissy bar. And the scooter cover is ideal for most 50cc to 250cc models. Large sccoters such as the Suzuki Bergman will need a larger cover.
If you bike has to live outside then MCRR have got you covered.

R&G Heated grips

We have just taken delivery of the new heated grips by R&G Racing. These fit any bike with 22mm (7/8th) bars and are open ended for bikes with bar ends fitted (no more cutting the ends off). They are also supplied with a plastic end bung if your bike doesn’t have any ends.
What i like about these the most is the modern look, so many grips have very old school patterns on the grip but the R&G ones look very much like something fitted as standard to most modern bikes. They also have a heat adjuster in case your hands get too hot.
Perhaps the most amazing thing is the price at only £29.99. Grab a set now, lots in stock.

Frame Protectors

Frame protectors
Still a relatively new concept but quickly becoming an essential item for almost any motorcycle. Imagine you have just purchased a new Fireblade and whilst riding it home you accidentally fall off on some diesel, your bike slides down the road in front of you, as you pick yourself up and stagger to your bike you notice the clutch lever and footrest have snapped off and there is a dent in your frame where the handlebar hit it. Many of us have a similar story to this one. If your bike has a set of frame protectors (aka crash protectors, crash bobins or crash mushrooms) it would have landed first on those, keeping the bike higher, possibly even stopping the handlebar from touching the floor, maybe the frame protector took the full weight of the bike and the footrest only has a scratch on it. You pick the bike up to see the scratches on the bellypan but you are able to ride the bike home. Wow, that just saved you a lot of money and hassle.