New to Wemoto are these handy cargo nets for storing extra baggage on your bike. Available in ten different colours, they do a good job of matching your machine, while their six hooks ensure that your possessions are safely secured while you ride.
We all know the problems that ethanol can cause for your bike. Anyone who’s suffered from it not running right after sitting for a while will know the importance of treating your fuel with an additive. But which one to get?
There are so many on the market, it can be hard to choose. Star Tron was traditionally used to treat tanks in the marine industry, where ethanol is obviously more likely to attract moisture. So if it’s good enough for them, surely it must be good enough for bikes? Mechanics certainly think so – many swearing by it.
Star Tron’s strong formula not only prevents gum, carbon and varnish build-up, it removes it. And it’s all natural, so impossible to overdose.
Treated with this miracle product, your fuel delivery system will stay clean and your petrol fresh. Your engine will start up easily and run smoothly, which makes it ideal for treating old fuel or for using before storing your bike away for a while. It also makes fuel burn more completely, increasing your engine’s performance while providing fantastic fuel economy and reducing smoke and all emissions.
But enough of us waffling on about it. Why not try it yourself and see?
When it comes to charging and maintaining motorcycle batteries we want a device that can do it all for us, and as easily and safely as possible, so that we can focus our attention on other tasks. The new BC K612 does exactly that, with a fully automatic eight-cycle programme which controls battery analysis, recovery and reconditioning, recharging, desulfation, and long-term maintenance.
A common problem for bikes that have damping rod forks is that they are often very easy to bottom out and sometimes their damping can be a bit harsh. If this sounds like you, then read on, because we’ve got the perfect solution to this at Wemoto: PD Fork Valves.
One of the problems when purchasing motorcycle brake components is that the choice can be quite daunting. You’ll not only have to choose between a range of brands but between designs, depending on the look and performance you’re after.
You want to make the right selections – and for the right price. Luckily, Wemoto’s ‘Motorcycle brake parts guide‘ is here to help with a ‘brakedown’ or what’s about.