The world leader in damage protection for motorcycles, R&G, is expanding its range, launching R&G Second Skin stone chip protection film. The all-new film has been designed to protect motorcycles from stone chips and road debris, as well as the inevitable scratches from everyday use.
Made from a UV-stable, high-quality and ultra-tough polyurethane, the R&G Second Skin is a non-yellowing protection film, which disperses impact energy from small stones and other road debris such as salt and tar, leaving the fairing underneath undamaged. The film also helps to protect against fairing stress fractures and scratches from everyday use, meaning the bike remains in perfect showroom condition.
R&G claim the Second Skin is simple to install, with each kit including detailed instructions to aid in fitment as well as a fitting solution, squeegee and alcohol wipe. Each ‘standard’ kit contains precision cut film to protect the top of the front mudguard, front fork shields, nose cone, tail unit and leading edges of the fairing.
R&G UK Sales Manager Alan Garrett added “We know how annoying it is to discover your pride and joy has been damaged by a stone chip, so we’re very excited to be launching R&G Second Skin to help combat damage from road debris and keep machines looking immaculate! The clear film is easy to install and invisible once applied, so will not detract from the motorcycle’s look but will give riders peace of mind knowing their expensive bodywork is protected!”
Prices start from £55 (incl. VAT) and can be purchased now via R&G’s extensive dealer network. For more information, click HERE.
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