BG Products announced as Sponsors for British Motorcycling Racing

December 21, 2015

Bury St. Edmunds, UK, 21 December 2015


Demonstrating a keen excitement in showing how their products and services can be used to place competition motorbikes in top race condition, BG Products have announced they will be supporting the MRO Powerbikes & Clubman 1000 Series in 2016.

In honour of these blue riband events, BG will be supporting the award of trophy presentations to the winning MRO and Clubman riders at each race meeting. Then, at the British Motorcycle Racing Club’s final end-of-year celebration event, presentations will be made to the Overall Championship Winners in both MRO Powerbike and Clubman 1000 Series.

BG Products are keen to demonstrate their potential for massively improving the performance of the top motorcycle race engines. The company plan to run before and after
diagnostic sessions on test days and work extensively with some of the Powerbike riders during the season.

Andy Cotton, Director of Powerflow Ltd, said: “Despite the fact that these engines are looked after beautifully, deposits are a natural result of fuel combustion. BG Products and Services will restore engines back to clean and thus full power and performance for the riders”.

BG Products are from Kansas, USA, where they are regarded as specialists in maintaining vehicle performance. The company have developed world leading products such as BG44K, renowned for its ability to restore the power and economy of car engines. Formed in the US in 1972, BG Products have been available in Great Britain since 1999.

Mr Cotton went on to describe how BG’s “Pour-in treatments restore and maintain the cleanliness of the very fine spray holes in injectors. This allows the injectors to meter fuel to the level of accuracy that is vital for efficiency and power. Our treatments also increase horsepower - by restoring compression, with improvements commonly in excess of 4%.”

Link for more details about the British Motorcycle Racing Club >>

Last updated: January 4, 2016 @ 09:24 AM

Back

Every Service Matters