Zero Gravity Daytona 675
Fleet, shark-like, and surprisingly compact, the standard-issue Triumph Daytona 675 yields more-from-less through a torquey triple and relatively low mass-but how do you trim more fat from an already-lean thoroughbred?
1983 Superbike Champ
Motorcycle racing is a brutal affair, in both the physical dangers and the elusiveness of success for its competitors. Victory and fame are dependent on the merging of raw talent, discipline, opportunity, will, and desire–not to mention capable machinery and ample luck. Among the myriad names inked into the annals of this most ephemeral of professions there are but a relative handful that have earned the status of legend. When a racer continues to garner respect and reverence years after their reign is over it is a testament of true greatness.
Zero Gravity has just introduced their newest evolution in performance windscreens. The unique Corsa Series screens were designed by Zero Gravity from the ground up in collaboration with professional racers from around the world. This once "Racer Only" windscreen is now available to all riders through your favorite Zero Gravity dealer. Corsa Series screens feature a taller bubble that allows even larger riders more wind protection when tucked in at speed. Corsa Series windscreens are pre-drilled to factory specs and can be used with O.E.M.
Zero Gravity windscreens should be maintained using superior plastic cleaners like Kleenmaster Brillianize, Plexus®, and Novus No.2 for it’s optimum crystal clarity. Kleenmaster Brillianize is used by the Zero Gravity production line to prep every Zero Gravity windscreen.
Zero Gravity® announces the release of its new line of 2009 Suzuki GSXR-1000 motorcycle windscreens including the stock replacement SR Series which approximates the size and shape of the OEM windscreen. The Double Bubble, is Zero Gravity’s version of the now popular "stepped profile" design pioneered by Zero Gravity Motorcycle Racing in the mid-90’s.
Zero Gravity announces the release of its new line of 2009 Yamaha YZF R1 windscreens including the stock replacement SR Series which approximates the size and shape of the OEM windscreen. The Double Bubble, is Zero Gravity’s version of the now popular "stepped profile" design pioneered by Zero Gravity Racing in the mid-90’s. Sculpted to the R1’s distinctive futuristic lines, the Zero Gravity Double Bubble enhances the bike’s race look while providing added aerodynamics.
Custom Ducati Monster
Take a motorcycle club racer, competitive bodybuilder and martial artist whose heroes are Buddha, Michelangelo, and Chuck Yeager, and challenge him to perfect and personalize the world’s most exceptional motorcycles. The result is the mission statement of RetroSBK’s founder William Kenefick.
Because testosterone-fueled monikers like Monster, Firebolt, and Intruder abound, it seems natural that MV Agusta would christen its no-holds-barred machine the Brutale. While first generation Brutales boasted gorgeous design and crisp handling, the 749cc motor came up a bit short on torque and horsepower.