New year, new gear! What we can’t wait to see in 2023…
It might not be the best weather for riding in the UK at the moment, but we can’t help getting excited about the new bikes arriving at EP HQ… almost daily!
We’ve been slowly making our way through our (very) long list of some of the latest models; scanning, designing and getting ready to stock a whole range of fantastic new EP performance parts. Here’s a rundown of just some of the bikes we’ve been working on, or expect to be working on soon…
Ducati Diavel V4
Brilliantly bonkers, the Diavel has been ripping up streets and spinning heads for over a decade now. What it absolutely did not need is more power, but that’s what it’s getting for 2023! If you want 160+bhp on a naked bike, this is the one to go. It will go, and sound, awesome we’re sure…
BMW S1000RR / BMW M1000RR
Speaking of power, BMW have given their superbike a tweak for the new year. The 2023 S1000RR and M1000RR promise to be the fastest and most powerful yet, with talk of 210 bhp! Wow. We think it’s always been one of the best-looking models out there too.
MOTO GUZZI V100 Mandello
But if there’s one bike to rival the BMW S1000RR in the looks stakes, it’s got to be the beautiful new Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello! The new Guzzi is the ideal combination of Roadster and Tourer and is bursting with new technologies and adaptive aerodynamics… when can we take it out then?
HONDA CB750 Hornet
We first saw the new Hornet in the flesh at the EICMA exhibition last year and it was drawing quite the crowd! The next-generation model combines a brand new engine with lightweight chassis for sporty performance wrapped in streetfighter styling.
Equally exciting from Honda is the return of the Transalp! While it’s closely related to the new Hornet as it shares the same engine, the Transalp is built for off-road and long distance touring. We can’t wait to ride this one!
We just know this one will be a big seller! The all-new GSX-8S is propelled by an all-new engine to deliver dynamic performance and torque, while the frame has been engineered to provide excellent straight-line stability and agile handling whether country or city riding.
Suzuki V-Strom 800DE
The existing V-Strom bikes are already big sellers and offer cracking rides for the money. Suzuki’s new 800 effort should bring even more to the competitive adventure market. Will it be better than the Tenere? We don’t know yet but we can’t wait to find out!
Triumph Street Triple 765
Another bike that was already a beauty, the 765 has had a boost in power as well as upgraded Brembo brakes and switchable cornering traction control and a more dynamic throttle map. A subtle change in styling will also give us plenty to go at. What a great bike – again!
Ducati Panigale V4 R
Yes, another Duke. The Panigale V4 R is, frankly, a ludicrous bike to run on the roads. And we’re all for it! Two-hundred-and-forty bhp. You could slap it on the grid at our local Cadwell Park and it wouldn’t look out of place. Still, if you want a satnav mount or a tail tidy for it, you know where to look…
By Evotech Retail on 08 January 2023
Let customers speak for us15477 reviews
Evotech are well known for their quality products, and this is one is no different, looks miles better than the bar mounting that came with the Sat Nav.
On the Multistrada 950 there are not many options for the Quadlock location due to the design of the screen mount. I use a sat nav, which occupies the high eye line mount and there's not much room on the bars. This clamp mount to the rescue. It's a completely solid mount without any vibration, I personally don't mind the low positioning as the Multistrada strada seat is low in the bike, and I don't need to check it as regularly as the sat Nav.
I'm a Quadlock fan and for me the only real option to fit it.
Lots of extras came with. I suspect that some were for Euro spec plates. Instructions online were pretty good, loved that it fit even with the pannier mount.
Top quality tail tidy as usual
Quickly sent out, easy to install
great parts ,look well on the bike, good service