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BikeMaster May 2017 Newsletter

BikeMaster May 2017 Newsletter
By Beth Rauch June 9, 2017

We’ve been busy these past few months getting new product ready for your garage and getting some miles under our tires.


BikeMaster Tire Changing Stand with Bead Breaker


We’ve just made changing tires a whole lot easier. We’ve incorporated a bead breaker into this tire stand, giving you the ability to conquer the most stubborn beads. The stand has a wide footprint that gives you a solid platform to safely hold your wheel while you’re changing the tire or tube. It works on most motorcycle wheels from 16” to 21”. With rugged steel construction, it’s still light enough to take with you. $74.95


Just in time for riding season, we've added sprockets in a wide range of applications and sizes for street and offroad motorcycles as well as ATVs. From $6.99

Brake Rotors

We added over 75 new part numbers to our line of Brake Rotors for street and offroad applications, filling out our line of brake parts and giving you a chance to get O.E.M.-style parts at a reasonable price. We’ve even added contour rotors. All BikeMaster rotors are manufactured using the latest technology in materials, processes and finishes. From $54.95


Multi-Crimp Lever Pliers

The ultimate tool for any electrical repair to designing a full custom harness, our Multi-Crimp Lever Pliers come with 4 different crimp plates to accommodate any end type connector – such as insulated, non-insulated, cord end and open barrel terminals – all stored in a dedicated latching case. $64.95


Texas Mile Event

We made a great showing at the bi-annual Texas Mile Event at the Victoria Regional Airport in Victoria, TX, in March. This annual event lets participants haul ass and challenge the limits of velocity (legally) on this fast and challenging 1-mile track. Participants in this festival can race everything from motorcycles, performance street cars, race cars and land speed racers.

BikeMaster was represented by Rich Halverson and Steven Mayes. They both raced on a Kawasaki ZX-14R. Mayes ended with a top speed of 197.8 mph while Halverson finished with a top speed of 192.4 mph. Here is some information on the bike they used:

Bike: 2006 Kawasaki ZX-14R
Stock Bore and Stroke. 1352cc
Horsepower: 213rwhp @ 10,800rpm / 109 ft./lb. torque @ 8100rpm
Normally aspirated, no power adders
Fuel: VP racing MR-12
Oil: Mobil Racing 10w40
Tires: Continental Sport Attack2
Chain: BikeMaster 530 BMZR Series Chain
Battery: BikeMaster Lithium-Ion
Exhaust: Brock’s CTMeg full titanium
Windscreen: E4S clear
Curb weight with 1 gal fuel: 505 lbs.


Lithium-Ion Battery

If you’ve been considering a Lithium-Ion Battery, look at everything our batteries offer you on this handy infographic.

And there you have it. Check back often as we are always adding new products to make caring for your bike quick and easy.