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Puig presents its new adjustable windscreen for BMW

The accessory will be available for the F750GS, F850GS and F850GS Adventure models of the German brand.

Improving the safety and riding experience on board our bikes is Puig's maximum motivation. After months of aerodynamic tests at the facilities of the manufacturer of Granollers, the new adjustable screen from Puig for the BMW Trail Range results in two complementary and adjustable screens, their main objective is the elimination of turbulence gene...

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Camier's season best at Donington WSB

FIXI Crescent Suzuki's Leon Camier produced his best ride of the season so far in today's second race from the fifth round of the World Superbike Championship at Donington Park in England.

amier was lucky to escape a first corner crash - that cost him some valuable time - and then got stuck behind Eugene Laverty, before passing the Irishman and chasing down the group in front. Camier caught and passed Sylvain Guintoli and looked to be heading for a comfortable, and impressive, sixth before drama on the last corner saw the BMWs of Leo...

Dr. Marc Marquez again in Estoril

The rider CatalunyaCaixa adds his second win of the season in the Grand Prix of Portugal The Cervera is consolidated in the World Cup lead with 9 points ahead of second placed

The pilot CatalunyaCaixa Marc Marquez has achieved today his second win of the season at the Grand Prix of Portugal, his ninth victory in Moto2 and the 19th of his career. An electrifying victory, tachycardia, memorable. The Cervera, who started from pole position, has been imposed in a fiercely competitive race after passing, in a final round of s...

CX riders continue to advance

Alex Rins fifteen positions after trailing ends in seventh place, and Alex Marquez, fifteenth, again ranked in his second race in the World Miguel Oliveira, mechanical problems, was forced to retire

Pilots CatalunyaCaixa Rins Alex and Alex Marquez have finished in the 7th and 15th position respectively in the Grand Prix of Portugal. Miguel Oliveira, with problems in the front of his horse to enter the curve, was forced to abandon the race when it had only been played three times. A real shame because the Portuguese had been very consistent ove...

Hopkins breaks his foot at a miserable Monza

Crescent FIXI Suzuki?s John Hopkins was involved in a crash in the early stages of the first race at round four of the World Superbike championship at Monza today which left the Anglo-American with a broken right foot.

Hopkins had a huge high-side after only a couple of laps and it was immediately evident that he was in some discomfort from the crash. Hopkins was taken straight for an X-ray where it revealed he had suffered a fracture of his foot as well as some torn muscles in his left hip. The incident involving Hopkins, as well as some other crashes, and the b...

First row to Miguel Oliveira

The CX pilot will start from third place in the Grand Prix of Portugal Alex Marquez and Alex Rins will do from the 19 th and 22 th respectively

CX rider Miguel Oliveira will start tomorrow from the front row at the Grand Prix of Portugal after finishing 3 rd in the qualifying session. With the result achieved today, the Portuguese have accumulated in his second consecutive front row behind that achieved last weekend at the Jerez circuit. Alex Marquez has finished in the 19th position and w...

Second pole in a row for Marc Marquez

The rider will start tomorrow CatalunyaCaixa from the first position in the Grand Prix of Portugal

Marc Marquez loose. The pilot CatalunyaCaixa achieved today in the Estoril circuit his second pole in a row, the ninth in Moto2 and 23 of his career. With a record of 1'40 .934, new Moto2 record on the Estoril circuit after passing the previous best time, in possession of Stefan Bradl (1'41 .591, 2011), the de Cervera has achieved the first positio...

Camier and Hopkins fired up for Monza

Crescent Fixi Suzuki is on its way to the fourth round of this year?s World Superbike Championship which takes place at Monza in northern Italy on Sunday 6th May with both riders targeting good results.

Leon Camier heads to the Italian circuit in a positive frame-of-mind and is sure that his knowledge of the track will enable him to push his Yoshimura powered Suzuki GSX-R1000 on towards a decent finish. John Hopkins is travelling to the Monza circuit to race for the first time in his career. He will need to spend some time acquainting himself with...

Alex Rins, fourth in the Grand Prix of Spain

The rider stays CatalunyaCaixa to the podium after completing an epic race Alex Marquez ended in 12th position, while Miguel Oliveira suffered a fall while leading the test

CX rider Alex Rins, just 16 years and in his second race, finished in 4 th place Grand Prix of Spain. Rins in a difficult race, with the semi dry asphalt, has been able to recover from a fall when he was fighting for first place with Fenati Romano, winner of the event, and has fought to enter the podium until the last lap. In the end, has been over...