Protect Your Signal With Clicknride Quick-release IndicatorsR&G, the world leader in damage protection products, is excited to be adding CLICKnRIDE quick-release indicators to its range this winter. The universal system works on almost any machine and is the perfect accompaniment to stop your indicators being damaged during a day of off-road “bush bashing” or on a track.

Any motorcyclist who regularly rides off-road or has crashed a road bike on a trackday knows that indicators are often one of the first items to be damaged. The new, R&G-distributed quick-release indicators simply click in and out by hand in seconds, allowing riders to remove them and store them safely before heading out “green laning” or on track. The tried-and-tested indicators can be installed on virtually any bike and have no moving parts to wear out, ensuring CLICKnRIDE products are made to last. The 3D lens is ultra-sonically welded to provide a waterproof, seamless finish, whilst the socket features a Moisture Guard to keep out dirt and water. Having undergone extensive testing, each indicator is road legal and E-Marked.  Spare parts are also available, as well as a hard-wearing carry pouch with individual sections for each indicator. Prices start from £41.66 (excl. VAT) for a set of two and they are available now from R&G; please see’n’Ride/

R&G UK Sales Manager Alan Garrett added “CLICKnRIDE have already proven to be very popular in Australia, where they originate, so we’re excited to be bringing them to a whole new audience here in the UK. The simple release system means riders can quickly unplug their indicators before heading off-road or on track and store them safely, ready for the ride home.”

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