Eazi-Grip Motorcycle Tank Grips

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Eazi-Grip tank pads were first launched in 2011 and aim to provide additional grip and exceptional feel for motorcycle riders. Featuring a circular, embossed pattern an Eazi-Grip motorcycle tank grip allows for greater movement while still providing the grip required under heavy braking. Developed in collaboration with a number of leading current and former British Superbike riders, Eazi-Grip also produce Eazi-Guard stone chip protection films for race and track bikes to help keep your bike in perfect condition as well as giving you something else to cling onto as you release the throttle, squeeze the brake lever and start to tip into the corner. 2018 Eazi-Grip parts were fitted to a number of bikes that headed off down Bray Hill at the start of the Isle of Man TT, en-route to setting 7 outright lap records and claiming 18 podiums and 7 race victories. If they're trusted by riders taking part in the world's most dangerous road race, where grip, stability and confidence are everything, then that's a pretty good endorsement!