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Scottoiler adds new Africa Twin Kit for the new popular Honda

PRESS RELEASE

Glasgow, Scotland – February 2016

Motorcycle chainoiler manufacturer Scottoiler has announced that it will extend its product range by a special Africa Twin version of its popular vSystem chainoiler. Scottoiler has previously introduced a variety of special kits such as special kits for Ducati, KTM and recently Suzuki motorcycles. With this new system automatic motorcycle chainoiler manufacturer Scottoiler decided to extend the availability to the Honda brand.

Scottoiler vSystem Africa Twin special edition

The Africa Twin Edition includes special parts required for installation and its Honda colour scheme adds to the personalization of your motorcycle and enhancing the discretion of the installation. Scottoiler focused on the development and testing of this new kit to make sure that it would fit the brand new Africa Twin models.

Scottoiler Sales and Export manager Stuart West-Gray said: “While the Africa Twin has not yet hit the showrooms our telephone lines have been running hot with both customers and dealers asking us when a model-specific kit would be available. We are delighted that we got the opportunity to work on the bike before the launch and produce a new model-specific kit that matches the bike and makes the installation even easier. With the Africa Twin Edition we are following our customer feedback and are happy to add another manufacturer to our list of specific chainoiler kits.”
 
The kit has a recommended retail price of £99.95 and is available to pre-order now.

 

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Scottoiler (Scotland) Limited was founded in 1992 and manufacture leading automatic chain lubrication systems for motorcycles. Scottoiler has won the MCN “Product of the Year” award twice, and also received the coveted RiDE magazine ‘Recommended Triangle’ and has recently become an official BMW Motorrad accessory provider. Scottoiler seeks to ethically create quality products for the benefit of the entire 2 wheel community through offering a service and passion for the serious biker that is unsurpassable.
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Scottoiler is gearing up to celebrate its 30th anniversary

Glasgow, Scotland 

30 years ago Fraser Scott first presented his invention the Scottoiler, an automatic motorcycle chain oiler, to the public at the Motorcycle Live Show in Birmingham. Now, 30 years later, Scottoiler is an established brand in the motorcycle industry with global market penetration.

R&D Manager Stephen Hood says “The recession has hit the motorcycle market hard but we see signs of recovery. Our products help every motorcyclist to spend more time on the road and less time in the garage. A Scottoiler chain oiler system is still the best way to save hassle, time and money when it comes to motorcycle maintenance.”

Read more... [Scottoiler is gearing up to celebrate its 30th anniversary]
 
Scottoiler Price Increase 2015
Glasgow, Scotland –15th of December 2014
 
Dear Scottoiler customers and fans,
 
With the motorcycle market showing signs of recovery after the last few years of economic recession Scottoiler is looking forward to 2015 with renewed optimism. The recession has been very difficult for everyone, but we avoided raising our prices and made as many offers as we could to keep our products affordable to you, and to sustain a profit for the company, allowing us to retain all our staff and continue to research and develop new products to benefit our customers. In fact, our kit prices today are the same as they were in 2010.
 
Read more... [Scottoiler Price Increase 2015]
 
New Scottoiler Kit targets all Suzuki DL / VStrom Models

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Glasgow, Scotland –2nd of April 2014

Just in time for the new Suzuki DL1000 to hit the shops motorcycle chain oiler manufacturer Scottoiler has announced that it will offer a special version of its popular vSystem to fit the new DL1000 models. The system will also fit all previous VStrom models.

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Scottoiler has previously introduced a variety of special kits for BMW, Ducati and KTM motorcycles and the new system extends the availability of customised lubrication systems to the Suzuki brand, and VStrom owners in particular.
The “Suzuki VStrom Kit” gives the user all the benefits of a Scottoiler system and its Suzuki colour scheme adds to the personalization of your motorcycle and enhances the discretion of the installation. Scottoiler focused on the development and testing of this new kit to make sure that it would fit all DL models, including the DL650 and the brand new 2014 
DL1000 models.

Read more... [New Scottoiler Kit targets all Suzuki DL / VStrom Models]
 
Scottoiler adds Kawasaki Kit to product range

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 
Scottoiler adds vSystem targeted at Kawasaki models to product range
Glasgow, Scotland –12th June 2014

Motorcycle chain oiler manufacturer Scottoiler has introduced a special Kawasaki version of the market leading vSystem. The Kawasaki Kit extends the range of bike specific lubrication kits which are already available for Ducati, KTM, and most recently, Suzuki motorcycles.

The Kawasaki Kit includes special parts required for installation and the Kawasaki colour scheme adds to the personalization of your motorcycle and ensures a discreet installation. Scottoiler focused on the development and testing of this new kit to make sure that it is suitable for all Kawasaki models. 

Read more... [Scottoiler adds Kawasaki Kit to product range]
 
GlobeBusters reach Beijing

August 2013 - Press release from Scottoiler partner GlobeBusters

Eleven weeks after departing from London's Ace Cafe, the largest ever group of motorcyclists to attempt an overland expedition to Beijing arrived in the Chinese capital, having battled their way through some of the worst floods that the country has experienced in 50 years.

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Expedition leader Kevin Sanders stayed in the saddle until they reached their destination at BMW Beijing, in spite of sustaining a broken ankle when his front tyre was punctured on a level crossing.

“This is the third time I've ridden the Silk Road and it rates as the toughest trip yet” comments Kevin,  who holds the Guinness World Record for riding around the globe by motorcycle in just 19½ days. “Not only were we hauling bikes out of swollen rivers, we also experienced altitude sickness in the Himalayas and one of our group had a close encounter with a truck that left him temporarily on crutches. But the guys all pulled together and I'm so proud of them all completing the 13000 mile journey on two wheels.”

The epic journey for 13 riders and two pillion passengers was organised by GlobeBusters, the Cambridge-based overland travel experts. There's no rest for Kevin, who leaves to UK at the end of July to lead a group of riders along the original Trans Americas route, a 24,000 mile trip lasting 20 weeks, running from Alaska to Patagonia. For all the latest pictures from the Silk Road expedition visit www.globebusters.com and follow the link to their Facebook page.

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