Phillip Island, the home to Little Penguins, Short-tailed Shearwaters and Pacific Gulls was where Malaysian Moto3 rider, Muhammad Zulfahmi Khairuddin, found his jinx at the famous 23-lap Australian Grand Prix circuit.
GIVI Asia Sdn Bhd, purveyors of motorcycle accessories, has always placed safety as a priority – remaining committed to its principle of providing products that help protect the well-being of their customers in more ways than one. One these ways is to also provide the motorcycling fraternity with products that makes riding a lot less cumbersome, especially with a securely mounted box that’s capable of stowing a full-faced helmet. And with that, GIVI launched their a new motorcycle box, the B27N Clack Box with a revised locking mechanism and a limited edition M50.0 Malaysia Boleh full-faced helmet.
Any form of motorsports is a dangerous activity, especially when it allows you to be exposed to the elements, much like in Formula One or Indycar Racing League which deals with speeds in excess of over 250kmh and if anything goes wrong you’d want something that’ll help protect that head from flying debris like stones, birds and the occasional suspension and maybe even a tyre.
Popular motorcycle accessory brand company, GIVI Asia is organising a little get together for this year’s 2012 MotoGP with a convoy to take place on Sunday 21st October from Sri Hartamas to Sepang!
For any motorcyclist, one of the most important items to always have securely fastened onto your noggin is the helmet. Lets face it, you’d be considered disabled if you lose your limbs, but you’d be considered dead if you lose your head. Even though you’ve got your eye on a Shoei, Arai, Shark or even a Scorpion helmet, they’re probably going to cost you a considerable amount to own, which is why GIVI Asia has just launched 8 new helmets this year; 5 of which having been designed in Italy and the other 3 designed locally here in Malaysia with pricing ranging from RM150 to RM990, it makes good sense to consider these outstandingly designed helmets that now come with features that’s usually associated with higher-end helmets and at a higher price-point.