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New Seat Racks From SW-Motech

New Seat Racks From SW-Motech

3 hi-def photos  20 May 2014, 21:34
Seat Racks are a neat and flexible new way to fit a luggage rack, from the motorcycle engineers at SW-Motech in Germany.
SW Motech Auxiliary Lights Hit The Spot For Winter Riding

SW Motech Auxiliary Lights Hit The Spot For Winter Riding

2 hi-def photos  3 comments 21 December 2009, 23:37
Government statistics suggest that more motorcyclists than ever are opting to ride though the winter season* and although this undoubtedly brings benefits to the daily commute, riding in conditions of reduced visibility can increase the risk of accident. Effective lighting is therefore crucial to ensure riders spot potential hazards in good time and are clearly visible to other road users too. SW Motech’s Auxiliary Lighting Kit features two H3 55W ellipsoid lights, designed to emit a powerful and broad dispersion of light and increase visibility in low light and fog too.
New SW-Motech Alu Racks for Honda, KTM and Triumph Bikes

New SW-Motech Alu Racks for Honda, KTM and Triumph Bikes

2 hi-def photos  27 March 2009, 17:18
German engineering specialists SW-Motech have developed a range of lightweight alloy racks for popular street bikes, such as the Honda CB1000R, KTM990SM and Triumph Street Triple 675.
SW MOTECH Crash Bars for 2008 BMW R1200GS

SW MOTECH Crash Bars for 2008 BMW R1200GS

1 hi-def photos  07 September 2008, 01:46
German motorcycle engineers SW-MOTECH have developed a matching set of engine and bodywork crash bars to protect the 2008-model BMW R1200GS.
SW-Motech On Guard For Versys

SW-Motech On Guard For Versys

2 hi-def photos  22 December 2007, 22:27
SW Motech of Germany has introduced a set of crash bars and an alloy chain guard for the Kawasaki Versys that will add to the bike’s distinctive looks and extra protection too.
SW Motech Centre Stands For ’07 Bikes

SW Motech Centre Stands For ’07 Bikes

2 hi-def photos  04 October 2007, 13:47
SW Motech of Germany has expanded its range of centre stands to cover the new BMW G650 X series and the Triumph Tiger 1050i as well as a version to fit the Kawasaki ZZR 1400 sports tourer. Fitting a centre stand not only makes a motorcycle easier to park (as it requires more space to lean onto its side stand), it makes it more stable and less likely to be knocked over too. For many owners it also makes routine maintenance jobs much easier to perform, for example adjusting or lubricating the chain, checking the tyre pressures and cleaning the bike.
Quick Lock Unleashes Tigers Luggage Potential

Quick Lock Unleashes Tiger's Luggage Potential

2 hi-def photos  12 July 2007, 23:27
SW Motech of Germany have developed a Quick Lock luggage system, which enables owners of the new Triumph Tiger 1050 to fit most popular brands of hard luggage, including alloy boxes, yet remove both luggage and racks in seconds. SW Motech Quick Lock side case racks are completely removable and can be attached to the bike in less than one minute without tools. Each rack attaches via three discreet mounting tabs, using existing mounting points and a specially designed bracket that fits discreetly behind the number plate.
SW-Motech Bags Innovation Filler Cap Mounted Tank Bag

SW-Motech Bags Innovation Filler Cap Mounted Tank Bag

3 hi-def photos  30 June 2006, 10:53
These ingenious Tank Bags from SW-Motech Bags Innovation fit securely to the motorcycle without the need for straps or magnets, thanks to German Quick Lock technology. This creative design enables the tank bag to be easily and safely mounted onto the fuel tank by using a tailor made socket that bolts securely to the tank filler cap. The patented socket design enables the filler cap to be accessed in the normal fashion without any hindrance and several accessories, like a holder for GPS navigation systems, can be fitted to the socket.
SW-Motech Racepack

SW-Motech Racepack

2 hi-def photos  26 May 2006, 19:39
Bags Connection is a German firm that specialises in innovative rear luggage systems that provide serious capacity for the motorcycle tourist. The Racepack not only looks different to conventional tail packs, it also carries more and attaches to the bike in a novel and highly secure manner. It has a total carrying capacity of 60 litres, which can be reduced to 42 litres with compression straps. Its self-supporting saddle sculpted construction does not require any luggage rack and it is held in place by tie-down style straps, which work with non-slip base material for a rock solid fit.
SW-Motech Alu Rack

SW-Motech Alu Rack

30 March 2006, 16:16
German engineering specialists SW-Motech have added a stylish lightweight alloy rack for the new Honda CBF1000 Hornet to their ALU-RACK range. This neat rack is constructed of strong, lightweight aluminium and is designed specifically for the litre sized Hornet, nestling neatly between the pillion grab handles. The SW Motech Alu Rack enables riders to carry hard luggage without ruining the looks of their machine.
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