PowerStar Motorcycle Batteries has recently introduced a new terminal connection design that is much more similar to the OEM Design, allowing for quicker and easier installation and replacement of the battery.
Official MotoGP Racing App Adds New Riders for 2017, Sees Big Team Changes
Visitors to the dealership can take a virtual test ride using Oculus VR technology.
Guests will have the opportunity to test ride select models of Honda motorcycles, Bell Helmets, and Transitions Adaptive Face Shields.
Leading Leather Care Supplies Retailer Says it's Time to Prep Leathers and Bike Gear for This Year's Bike Season
WeeTect's new photochromic technology changes to different colors/tint depending on different photochromic ingredients.
15 Million Races - 1.8 Million Hours Of Screen Time - MotoGP App Proves A Hit With Fans
MotoGP riders connecting with fans around the world
Fan's of MotoGP in the United Kingdom have good reason to be excited by a new partnership between BT Sports and the MotoGP Racing App. Fan's can download and race for free in a new 'tournament" sponsored by BT Sports, in which passes to the upcoming race in Silverstone can be won along with some really cool MotoGP merchandise. It costs nothing to download or enter and the game is quite addicting as it focuses on your ability execute perfect braking and acceleration around each of the tracks.
MotoGP is the premier class of motorcycle racing with 18 Grand Prix's around the world. It attracts many leading brands as sponsors, anxious to connect with the gobal fan base. To enhance the value of this sponsorship, the series is leveraging the power of mobile media with their new App, MotoGP Championship Quest. In the several weeks since it's launch the game has delivered hundreds of millions of brand impressions and 10's of millions of minutes of game play to the "always connected" fans.
Fans of POKEMON Go aren't the only ones finding surprises in an App. MotoGP the world's premier class of motorcycle racing recently launched it's new App, MotoGP Championship Quest. As race fans are finding out, it has it's share of surprises.
When Eugene Laverty paid tribute to the man he was named after, a family friend and fellow racer who tragically lost his life pursuing the sport he loved, he took to the track in a new helmet which has now it has found it's way to the game.