Rea wins both races in Indonesia

Jonathan Rea takes the double victory at the new Mandalika circuit, but does not avoid the title of Toprak Razgatlioglu, new Superbike world champion.

The WorldSBK riders arrived at the impressive layout of the new 4.3 kilometer circuit in Mandalika, Indonesia, eager to run the last race of the 2021 season, despite the heat and humidity they encountered from the first hour, with track temperatures that exceeded 50ºC. Jonathan Rea, even after missing much of the first practice session due to a tec...


Top 10 for the Repsol Honda riders in Jerez

Good weekend overall

Friday's day started with a clear sky, and with the Jerez-Ángel Nieto Circuit ready to experience another exciting weekend with the fourth round of the MotoGP World Championship. Without wasting time, Pol Espargaró began to roll and, even with going long on one of the turns, he was able to continue without altering his general rhythm in the session...

The champion is back

Marc Márquez is excited after finishing seventh on his return

The third race of the season, held at the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve in Portimao, will be remembered as the one in which Marc Márquez joined his teammate Pol Espargaró, returning to the competition after nine long months away from the track, due to the humerus fracture he suffered in his right arm last season.   265 days after hi...

Second race at Losail

The Repsol Honda team fought for points in Doha

The second consecutive weekend in Qatar began with a very hot day of free practice, with an ambient temperature of 37ºC and a track that reached 47ºC. While Marc Márquez finished recovering from his humeral fracture, the newcomer to the Repsol Honda Team, Pol Espargaró, made a good start, finishing FP1 in 12th position. Free practice times 2 were v...

The MotoGP season begins

Pol Espargaró finishes eighth in his debut with the Repsol Honda team

The MotoGP World Championship started this weekend (March 26, 27 and 28) with the Qatar Grand Prix, where the Repsol Honda Team has shown that it is ready to compete at the highest level. After a difficult 2020, the Japanese team begins this new season with great desire to return to the lead of the competition. This was the first of two consecutive...

Boost your style with Puig Hi-Tech Parts

New merchandising products available

Highlighting the aesthetic image and character of your motorcycle is important, but forgetting the image of the rider. For this reason, Puig launches its new range of merchandising conceived and designed exclusively for you, for the riders.   Our priority has always been to improve, personalize and indulge your two-wheeler, but as import...

Clutch lever protector

Protect the clutch of your motorcycle with the Puig protector

With the Puig Hi-Tech Parts clutch protector you can avoid any accidental contact and improve the racing aesthetics of your motorcycle. This piece, which derives from the experience of the firm in MotoGP and WorldSBK, is already available in the catalog and its website together with the brake protector.   Competition is th...

Puig and Kawasaki Racing Team renew their collaboration agreement for the 2021 season

The official Kawasaki WorldSBK team and the accessory manufacturer Puig have renewed their collaboration agreement for the 2021 season.

Puig has been a technical partner of the Kawasaki Racing Team for the last 4 seasons, a team that has won the WorldSBK Championship 7 times. In 2013 with Tom Sykes and since 2015 consecutively with Jonathan Rea.   Located in Granollers (Barcelona) –the same place as the Kawasaki Racing Team headquarters – Puig has been designing, manufac...

Downforce Naked Spoilers for Kawasaki Z900 | REF. 20284

The Z900 owners can now get the new Downforce Naked spoilers from Puig Hi-Tech Parts.

After the recent launched of the Downforce Naked spoilers for the Yamaha MT-07 and MT-09, they arrive for the Kawasaki Z900. With this piece, the naked take on a more sporty look and improve downforce, offering greater stability and control.   We saw the first motorcycle spoilers on MotoGP roads, more than three seasons ago. Then th...