New Vintage 2.0 frame slider

Puig reinterprets the design of the Vintage model and launches a new timeless style fram slider with high doses of customization.

The Vintage 2.0 frame slider will be perfectly combined with all types of motorcycles, both sport and custom, at the same time that it will protect the machine against possible falls.   Many owners choose to install frame sliders on their motorcycles. They are known as anti-fall stops, due to their external protection function...


Márquez without points in Valencia

The Repsol Honda team rookie suffered a crash on Sunday while he was struggeling to continue his comeback. Stefan Bradl finished twelfth in Valencia.

The Circuit Ricardo Tormo hosted, this weekend, the European Grand Prix. Despite the enormous progression of Álex Márquez, the little one from Cervera suffered a fall on Sunday that prevented him from adding points to the overall standings. His teammate, Stefan Bradl, crossed the finish line twelfth on a day marked by the tires and the changing sit...

New Tower sequential turn signal

Puig launches the new Tower sequential turn signal, with cutting-edge LED technology and a design in line with the latest launches in the two-wheel market.

Puig Hi-Tech Parts is characterized by democratizing the technology. From their laboratories and test benches they try to create specific products for the most diverse bikers. Their latest release, the sequential turn signal Tower, is a great example. Thanks to the use of LED modules, it not only improves the quality of the light beam, it also...

Look rearview mirror: the final touch

The vintage trend has come to the two-wheel sector to stay.

Fans transfer their passion for retro aesthetics to all aspects of their lives, also to the motorcycles with which they go out to have fun. Many riders choose for café-racer models or neo-retro versions of mythical models. Timeless beauty units that require some final detail to reflect the rider’s personality. This new model will get that unique an...

Marquez falls in Aragon

Álex Márquez fell while fighting to repeat a comeback like the one in the previous GP. Stefan Bradl finished twelfth after making up four positions.

The Spanish team rookie started from the tenth position. It didn't seem like a good result, but Alex was fully motivated by the excellent result achieved in the previous weekend. He had fought to get a better grid position, but, as usual this year, the little one from Cervera had to fight from the beginning. He quickly got up to the podium-worthy p...

Rea wins his sixth consecutive title

The Kawasaki Racing Team rider won his sixth WorldSBK World Championship on Saturday and made Kawasaki the winning firm of this world championship.

Jonathan Rea has been crowned WorldSBK World Champion after an unusual season. The Kawasaki Racing Team rider only needed to finish fourth in Saturday's race to claim the title at Estoril and hand over the constructors' championship to Kawasaki on Sunday. His teammate, Alex Lowes, finished sixth in the first long race, but suffered two crashes on S...

Alex Marquez revalidates his place at Honda

The Repsol Honda team rookie crossed the checkered flag in second position, getting his second consecutive podium. Stefan Bradl finished seventeenth.

Effort always pays off and Alex Marquez has done nothing else throughout the championship. Little by little, as he puts it, he has progressed “in a professional and correct way” until he achieved his first dry podium this weekend, in the first round of the Moto GP Aragon Grand Prix. His second position in France, last weekend, already gave us to un...

Álex Márquez stepped up to the MotoGP podium

The Repsol Honda rookie climbed to the second step of the podium in France, achieving his best Moto GP result and the first podium for the team. Bradl finished eighth.

France have been good for the Repsol Honda riders. This 2020 is a strange year, in every way, but the progression of Álex Márquez predicted a result like this one. The youngest of the Cervera brothers stepped up to, for the first time, the podium of the premier category at the last French Grand Prix. In addition, Stefan Bradl has also achieved his...

A wet weekend for KRT

Rainy weekend for the KRT riders, who defended their positions in the 2020 WorldSBK World Championship with victories and podium both days.

The Magny Cours circuit in France welcomed the WorldSBK with a bad weather. The first day of the weekend was a challenge for the Kawasaki Racing Team riders: Jonathan Rea and Alex Lowes. The renovation of the track ended up being key for the survival of the teams in the wet, also for the KRT. Jonathan started getting a second place and Alex crossed...