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Starting from 21st January 2020 the premium components for the Motocross/Off-Road, Sportbike and ATV segments of the world-popular manufacturer RENTHAL will be available through PARTS EUROPE dealers. Founded in 1969, RENTHAL initially made handlebars for Trial bikes. Today the company, based in Manchester, UK from its first beginning, is leading the way with its handlebars and sprockets. Over the years, RENTHAL’s racing support has amassed 435 racing titles worldwide. RENTHAL’s flagship Off-Road handlebar is the Twinwall style, an extremely strong design that is the choice of many top racers. The strength comes from a second aluminum alloy tube nested inside the handlebar.

The RENTHAL 22.2mm (7/8-inch) handlebar with a crossbrace provides riders with the ideal amount of flex, while maintaining the strength required for aggressive off-road racing as well as street riding. The 28.6mm (11/8-inches) Fatbar is an unbraced handlebar for street and off-road. Its robust size makes it extremely strong, and the Fatbar saves weight by eliminating the crossbar. The tapered wall profile means the control area retains a standard size. RENTHAL’s front and rear sprocket options include the Ultralight design for street, off-road and racing. The Ultralight sprockets are CNC machined from 7075 T651 alloy, which offers a good combination of strength and light weight.

“By cooperating with RENTHAL, PARTS EUROPE can add the premium components of the well-known manufacturer to its range – thus fulfilling our own standards to offer the best parts for all types of motorcycles.” says Xavier Williart, PARTS EUROPE Sales Manager.

Thanks to the ultra-modern logistics center at the headquarters in Wasserliesch, Germany, the dealers profit from the high stock availability and the fast delivery. More and more dealers see PARTS EUROPE as a reliable partner who supports them in running their own business model in a successful way.

Words Laura Keren

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