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Workshop Cable Kits

Professional grade DIY Motorcycle Cables When you need a replacement cable to finish a job and you don’t have the right part in stock, Venhill...

Slinky stanchions

Slinky Glide has got a new option for worn front suspension units in the shape of new fork rebuild kits. The kits include a...

Line of Duty

Venhill Replacement Lines and Cables When you need replacement brake lines, clutch or throttle cables that are longer, shorter or more colourful than the originals,...

BREMBO PADS & DISCS

Now available from Larsson Brembo is the brand most associated with motorcycle brakes, so we’re excited to add Brembo discs & pads to Mike, our...

TRK upgrade

Brake specialist brand TRK has released a new kit to upgrade the braking performance of the Kawasaki ZX-6R, Z1000, ZZR1400, GTR1400 and Ninja ZX-14R...

Brembo Hypure

Launched at the Eicma show, Brembo claims a 10% weight reduction for its new Hypure high-performance caliper, and says that the new design relinquishes...

TOURMAX: THE NAME FOR QUALITY

Tourmax is the name for quality aftermarket parts in the motorcycle world. That’s because Tourmax parts are manufactured by the Japanese suppliers to Honda, Kawasaki,...

Carbone dampers

An adjustable set of dampers for classic Vespa PX125 scooters, and the LML Star 125 two-stroke, the Carbone Sebac front and rear set have...

Parts Europe brands and business opportunities: a short look at the latest additions

SP Connect. Faster. Easier. Stronger The innovative and practical cell phone cases including phone and GPS holders for motorcycles and bicycles, are available from Parts...

YSS Performance Fork Parts for Suspension Workshops

Many budget middle weight bikes still come with damper rod forks. This design is cheap to make but harks back many decades. Performance is...

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