Factory teams head into the factory
We’re showing you how it’s done! We’re incredibly proud of how all our parts are designed, made and distributed right here in the UK, but there is still a misconception among some customers, who believe genuine EP accessories are produced in the Far East…
That’s simply not true. So what better way to highlight our British manufacture than with the help of some of the biggest and best names in British motorcycle racing?
Ahead of the British Superbike Championship round at Evotech Performance’s home track, Cadwell Park, which took place over the Bank Holiday weekend, reigning champion Taz Mackenzie and his McAMS Yamaha team-mate Jason O’Halloran were the first racers to head inside our state-of-the-art factory in Alford, Lincolnshire. As well as seeing first-hand how Evotech Performance parts are made, they even had a go at making some of the parts they use on their own race bikes for themselves.
“We turn up at the track, we see the Evotech parts on the bike, but we don’t really think too much about how they get there,” admits Mackenzie. “It’s great to get a different angle on it and see how the guys put it all together.”
“I was blown away by the factory,” adds O’Halloran. “It’s incredible the work that goes on in there and it was great to have a go at making a few bits myself!”
The Yamaha stars are the first of a number of top biking names to peer behind the curtain at Evotech Performance, with future episodes of the Racer to Maker video series being aired over the coming months.
Watch Episode One with Taz and Jason here and keep your eyes peeled for Episode Two, coming soon…
By Evotech Retail on 30 August 2022
Let customers speak for us10416 reviews
Great looking and so easy to fit
As always delivery was very quick and exceptional well packaged. But the quality is on another level to other manufacturers,extremely well made, stylish, functional and easy to fit.
Yes, these parts appear quite expensive for what they are, but they are pretty much the same price as any mount from elsewhere, and they position the GPS perfectly, with zero vibration.
The solutions that mount the GPS above the bike's TFT are nice in theory, but in practice, they vibrate too much for my liking. This bar mount puts the GPS in the eyeline with no issues, although it will not work well with a tank bag - if that's your thing.
Overall, I'm very satisfied with this purchase.
If you have a street fighter you need one of these it looks really good and mainly protects from stone chips 👍
I have no Technical ability and fitted the guard relatively easily (usual bit of swearing when dropping things). Not cheap, but you can see the quality and it is tailored to fit snuggly around rad pipes etc. Be aware that this guard is not 100% metal