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2012 'Blade tail tidy from R&G

Tue, 20 Dec 2011

R&G Racing have released the first available tail tidy and crash protection accessories for the 2012 Honda Fireblade

This is what R&G have to say about the new products for the 2012 Fireblade:

Crafted from 2mm thick stainless steel for lightness and powder-coated black for a high quality finish, the Tail Tidy is easy to install and comes with comprehensive, step-by-step fitting instructions.

Currently the only product of its type available for the 2012 Honda CBR1000RR, the £79.99 Tail Tidy features an ultra bright LED number plate light and can retain the standard Honda indicators or be used with R&G’s own Micro Indicators (£27.49). Also included in the box are spacer options for the indicator mounts to work round different size number plates.

Along with the Tail Tidy, the world leader of crash and damage protection for motorcycles has once again been ultra-quick to develop a full range of bolt-on protection and style products ready for when a new bike hits the showroom floor.

Also available from R&G for the 2012 Honda Fireblade are its award-winning Aero Crash Protectors, Bar End Sliders, Engine Case Covers, Engine Case Sliders, Exhaust Protector, Fork Protectors, Frame Plugs, Radiator Guard and fully adjustable Rearsets.

The Tail Tidy can be seen on demo bikes at Honda dealers all over the country from this week and for more information on all R&G Racing products, visit

R&G 2012 Honda Fireblade range

Aero Crash Protectors: £63.49
Bar End Sliders: £25.99
Cotton Reels / Offset Cotton Reels: £25.39 / £49.99
Downpipe Grille: £TBA
Engine Case Covers: £76.99 (right), £66.99 (left)
Engine Case Sliders: £39.99 (each side)
Exhaust Protector: £44.99
Fork Protectors: £30.99
Frame Plugs: £13.99 (each side)
Mirror Blanking Plates: £TBA
Radiator Guard: £66.99
Rearsets: £375
Tail Tidy: £79.99

By Visordown

See also: Recall on Kuryakyn Transformer Passenger Floorboards for Honda Gold Wing, Honda CBR250R Challenge Series Announced for 2012 Canadian Superbike Season, 2012 Honda CBR1000RR First Ride.