Welcome to Powerbronze

The Powerbronze range includes: Airflow Screens (Double Bubble) – Standard Screens – Flip-Up/Touring Screens – Lens Shield/Headlight Protectors – Light Screens – Fly Screens – Iridium Screens – Rear Huggers – Vented Rear Huggers – Tail Guards (Undertrays) – Seats - Seat Cowls – Belly Pans – Nose Fairings – Half Fairings – Full Fairings – Lower Fairings – Rad Spoilers – Crash Posts – Rear Swing Arm Protectors (doubles as paddock stand) – Stainless Steel Cooler Grills - Eliminators – Carbon Fibre Front Mudguards – Carbon Fibre Rear Huggers – Carbon Fibre Chain Guards – Carbon Fibre Heel Plates – Carbon Fibre Heat Shields – Carbon Fibre Seat Units – Carbon Fibre Tank Covers – Carbon Fibre Sprocket Covers – Dash Panels – LED Indicators – Halogen Indicators – Integrated Tail Lights – Seats – Mudguard Extenders – Fork Protectors.
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Welcome to Powerbronze

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Today i have the pleasure of announcing our first dealer support on the forum

https://www.powerbronze.co.uk/

Over the course of time they will be promoting their items and offering discounts/codes etc for purchases to give us money off.

The Powerbronze range includes: Airflow Screens (Double Bubble) – Standard Screens – Flip-Up/Touring Screens – Lens Shield/Headlight Protectors – Light Screens – Fly Screens – Iridium Screens – Rear Huggers – Vented Rear Huggers – Tail Guards (Undertrays) – Seats - Seat Cowls – Belly Pans – Nose Fairings – Half Fairings – Full Fairings – Lower Fairings – Rad Spoilers – Crash Posts – Rear Swing Arm Protectors (doubles as paddock stand) – Stainless Steel Cooler Grills - Eliminators – Carbon Fibre Front Mudguards – Carbon Fibre Rear Huggers – Carbon Fibre Chain Guards – Carbon Fibre Heel Plates – Carbon Fibre Heat Shields – Carbon Fibre Seat Units – Carbon Fibre Tank Covers – Carbon Fibre Sprocket Covers – Dash Panels – LED Indicators – Halogen Indicators – Integrated Tail Lights – Seats – Mudguard Extenders – Fork Protectors.
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Well done Weeksy!
You don't have to believe everything you think
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They transformed an ER6n for me. Nakeds are OK but on a motorway the wind blast can be tiring. Enter Powerbronze, a perfect screen that enhanced the looks and more important made it a motorway cruiser, as in Macclesfield to Bruges in one hop and arrive feeling great.

Bruges is a great place to wander round for a few days. Anyone who has not eaten Belgium stew has not lived.
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hilldweller wrote: Thu Jun 25, 2020 11:05 am They transformed an ER6n for me. Nakeds are OK but on a motorway the wind blast can be tiring. Enter Powerbronze, a perfect screen that enhanced the looks and more important made it a motorway cruiser, as in Macclesfield to Bruges in one hop and arrive feeling great.

Bruges is a great place to wander round for a few days. Anyone who has not eaten Belgium stew has not lived.
Are you sure you went to the Bruges in Belgium, you'd have to get off the bike to go across or under the sea.

Anyway, well done Weeksy on getting some sponsorship
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Julian_Boolean wrote: Thu Jun 25, 2020 2:33 pm Are you sure you went to the Bruges in Belgium, you'd have to get off the bike to go across or under the sea.
I guess I could expect a logical reply like that from a boolean. We did the ferry. It gives a nice break and snack time.

Though I must admit the chunnel is so convenient even if bikers are second class travellers who have to stand the whole journey.

And I forgot to add that my present CB500X sports a Power Bronze hugger and mudguard extender. 5 years service now and still perfect.
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What ferry did you go on?
There used to be a ferry from Felixstowe to Zeebrugge (I'm currently sat above the old baggage hall), we used to go to Brugge quite a bit for a Saturday day trip, overnight Ferry each way.
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Cool stuff.
I've bought Powerbronze products in the past and found them to be good quality.

Top work Weeksy.
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Julian_Boolean wrote: Thu Jun 25, 2020 4:23 pm What ferry did you go on?
Definitely from Dover but I can't remember Calais or Dunkirk. Usually choose on price.

We love Bruges, it's the reason I've not organised a nuclear strike on Brussels, I would not want Bruges glowing in the dark.




PS I wonder why the power consumption in GCHQ has just has a surge ?
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When Triumph first made a comeback in the early 90's i think it was did Powerbronze make there fairings? Bought a few twin headlamp ones before what looked like what Triumph came out with.
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Are there any forum discount codes rocking for Powerbronze gear yet?
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Skub wrote: Fri Aug 28, 2020 6:24 pm Are there any forum discount codes rocking for Powerbronze gear yet?
Yes, the other thread in the Powerbronze section

viewtopic.php?f=30&t=650
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weeksy wrote: Fri Aug 28, 2020 6:40 pm
Skub wrote: Fri Aug 28, 2020 6:24 pm Are there any forum discount codes rocking for Powerbronze gear yet?
Yes, the other thread in the Powerbronze section

viewtopic.php?f=30&t=650
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