Skidmarx have added race screens for the latest generation Ducati Panigale V4, Yamaha R1 and BMW S1000 RR to their range.
Based on screens used by 2019 BSB Champ Scott Redding and road racing superstar James Hillier at the TT and NW200, Skidmarx racing screens are manufactured in the UK from 2mm cast acrylic, which is 33% lighter than the material used for road bikes.
The thinner design not only saves weight but also offers better optical clarity than road-going screens – crucial for short circuit and road racing, where riders spend a large proportion of every lap tucked in behind the screen.
Skidmarx Race Screens are available in Standard (superstock), Double Bubble/Tall and 2-Piece TT Tall versions. Skidmarx also offer a made-to-measure service for riders with specific requirements.
Screens can be supplied pre-drilled with 6mm diameter holes, so they can be fitted to standard fairings using race fixings, or undrilled to allow custom fitting to race fairings.
Ideal for competition and track day use, prices for Skidmarx race screens start from £49.95 for standard screens; taller and double bubble screens from £59.95 and extra large TT Tall screens are £64.95, all including VAT.
The three new versions fit the 2018-on Ducati Panigale V4 and V4 S, Yamaha R1 2020 models, and 2019-on versions of BMW’s S1000 RR. Screens are also available for older models.
Call Skidmarx on 01305 780808 or visit www.skidmarx.co.uk for details.