from us as soon as they are permitted to trade again, and we are keen to build relationships with new clients,” said Momsen. “We are working with Motul to optimise product availability during this challenging time,” he added. Momsen also described how becoming a Motul distributor is both a source of great pride to his team, and an opportunity to raise their standards still higher. Indy Go Tyres can be contacted via their website www.indygotyres.co.za or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org “With our ongoing Motul distribution arrangement with Bikewise and our Motorcycle products going from strength to strength, the addition of two distributors in different SA provinces is further evidence of our commitment to making Motul products even more readily available. Motul believes that it is through this kind of teamwork that we can offer the best possible service. To this end, we are always open to discussing potential new partnerships,” confirmed Mercia Jansen. www.motul.com Motul Oils and Lubes: Getting Ready for Life After Lockdown: Motul is a world-class French company who specialises in the formulation, production and distribution of high-tech engine lubricants (twowheelers, cars and other vehicles) as well as lubricants for industry via its Motul Tech activity. Unanimously recognised for more than 160 years for the quality of its products, innovation capacity and involvement in the field of competition, Motul is also recognised as a specialist in synthetic lubricants. As early as 1971, Motul was the first lubricant manufacturer to pioneer the formulation of a 100% synthetic lubricant, issued from the aeronautical industry, making use of esters technology: 300V lubricant. Motul is a partner to many manufacturers and racing teams in order to further their technological development in motorsports. It has invested in many international competitions as an official supplier for teams in: Road racing, Trials, Enduro, Endurance, Superbike, Supercross, Rallycross, World GT1, 24 Hours of Le Mans (cars and motorcycles), 24 Hours of Spa, Le Mans Series, Andros Trophy, the Dakar Rally and Motul Roof of Africa. With the second easing of lockdown restrictions in effect from 1st June, Motul is looking forward to more businesses being able to start trading again and contribute to the health of the economy. Motul has been working behind the scenes to onboard two new distributors in the effort to help all their customers prepare to hit the workshop floor running once the government gives the green light. “We’re always excited to welcome new distributors to the Motul family,” commented Mercia Jansen, Motul Area Manager for Southern and Eastern Africa. “The speed with which these two distributors have adapted to the Motul way of doing business promises great things for the future, including outstanding service for workshops and retailers looking for Motul products,” she concluded. Port Elizabeth and the Eastern Cape will benefit from Automotive Performance Solutions becoming an official distributor of Motul Automotive, Heavy Duty, and Agricultural lubricants. The owner Domiziano Azzalin, is confident that his team is ready to commence deliveries of products as soon as is allowed. “We’re using the lockdown period to fine-tune our knowledge of Motul products and to finalise arrangements for the logistics,” said Azzalin. “We’re also working on some special opening offers that reflect our pride at being associated with a premium global brand like Motul,” he added. To get more info about these offers you can go to www.raceaps.co.za or to contact him directly at email@example.com In KZN, Indy Go Tyres is gearing up to offer Motul’s range of Automotive products and lubricants as soon as the current restrictions are eased. The owner Charl Momsen is working on promotional introductory offers for retailers across KZN. “Our current customers can order OXFORD Hotgrips EVO New THERMISTER controlled heat setting technology - intelligently scans and maintains temperature automatically. The innovative intelligent heat setting memory function, stores the previous heat setting and defaults to this at power-up, saving time when in regular use. Five heat settings give increased control for the perfect operating temperature with LED lights to indicate the temperature setting. The heat controller uses a sealed-for-life welded case – making it weatherproof. The battery saving mode protects against flat batteries. If you forget to turn the switch off, it will do it for you. The grips are 123mm but can be trimmed to 114mm if required and has open ends so that bar end weights can be fitted. The kit includes all needed parts: set of grips; heat controller; mounting bracket; wiring loom, cable ties and grip glue. Available from most dealers country wide. 16 DIRT & TRAIL MAGAZINE JUNE 2020
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