Manufactured in the UK from high quality polyurethane, these traction pads are designed to be applied to the fuel tank recesses next to the riders knees and come pre-cut to size.
Not all tank grips are the same, and choice is usually down to rider preference. Eazi-Grip EVO tank grips have a soft but durable domed surface that is very easy to grip, giving the rider increased control with minimal effort, thereby reducing fatigue and and reducing wear to the riders leathers or clothing. Eazi-Grip EVO Tank Grips tend to suit the less aggressive rider (primarily road and occassional track use) and are a great alternative to more abrasive, higher priced tank grips available on the market.
Available in clear or black
- High quality polyurethane with soft but durable domed surface
- Improves rider control in corners and under braking with minimal effort
- Non-abrasive - kind to riders leathers
- Cut to size - quick and easy to apply - instructions and IPA surface cleaner provided
- Road and track use only - not suitable for off-road use
Peel back part of the release liner then press the tank grip firmly onto the tank and slowly peel back the liner whilst applying the grip. Push down the surface and take care not to trap air bubbles as you go. Allow 48 hours for the adhesive to fully bond before using the grips. Use an IPA cleaner to prepare surface area NO methylated spirits/petrol/lighter fluid etc. as these leave behind a thin, greasy residue. For best results ensure prepared surface is abov 10oC.
Also available from our store - Eazi-Grip PRO Tank Grips
Race developed in BSB and Isle of Man TT for the more aggressive race or track-day rider, Eazi-Grip PRO Tank Grips features a unique, circular embossed pattern, with a flatter, lower profile that combines excellent grip and durability with exceptional rider feel. Eazi-Grip PRO Tank Grips have been specifically designed to allow greater movement on the bike whilst giving high levels of grip when needed through corners and under heavy braking.
Designed, developed and manufactured in the U.K.