LATEST PRODUCTS - New range of styling and crash protection now available for the Yamaha YZF-R6 - Find Out More!.
PRE-ORDER - Non-drill Aero Crash Protectors for the 2017 Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade - Coming soon!.
PROUDLY DISTRIBUTING - An exciting new range of motorcycle air cushioned seat pads from Wild Ass, proudly distributed by R&G - Available from your nearest R&G stockist!.
LATEST PRODUCTS - New crash protection and styling products now available for the Honda CBR250RR - Find Out More!.
R&G DEALERS - R&G products are available worldwide thanks to our extensive dealer network - Find your nearest dealer!.

Shocktube > Aprilia


Shocktube for Aprilia Mana (2011)  + 269 more bikes

This product also fits the following bikes:
  • Aprilia Dorsoduro 1200 (2011)
  • Aprilia Dorsoduro 1200 (2012)
  • Aprilia Mana (2008)
  • Aprilia Mana (2009)
  • Aprilia Mana (2010)
  • Aprilia Mana (2012)
  • Aprilia Mana (2013)
  • Aprilia RSV4 Factory (2009)
  • Aprilia RSV4 Factory (2010)
  • Aprilia RSV4 Factory (2011)
  • Aprilia RSV4 Factory (2012)
  • Aprilia RSV4 Factory (2013)
  • Aprilia RSV4 Factory (2014)
  • Aprilia RSV4-R (2009)
  • Aprilia RSV4-R (2010)
  • Aprilia RSV4-R (2011)
  • Aprilia RSV4-R (2012)
  • Aprilia RSV4-R (2013)
  • Aprilia RSV4-R (2014)
  • Aprilia Tuono (2003)
  • Aprilia Tuono (2004)
  • Aprilia Tuono (2005)
  • Aprilia Tuono (2006)
  • Aprilia Tuono (2007)
  • BMW F650GS (2010)
  • BMW F650GS (2011)
  • BMW F650GS (2012)
  • BMW F650GS (2013)
  • BMW F650GS (2014)
  • BMW F650GS (2015)
  • BMW F700GS (2013)
  • BMW F700GS (2014)
  • BMW F700GS (2015)
  • BMW F700GS (2016)
  • BMW F700GS (2017)
  • BMW F800 R (2009)
  • BMW F800 R (2010)
  • BMW F800 R (2011)
  • BMW F800 R (2012)
  • BMW F800 R (2013)
  • BMW F800 R (2014)
  • BMW F800 R (2015)
  • BMW F800 R (2016)
  • BMW F800 R (2017)
  • BMW G310R (2017)
  • BMW HP2 Sport (All Years)
  • BMW R1200GS (2013)
  • BMW R1200GS (2014)
  • BMW R1200GS (2015)
  • BMW R1200GS (2016)
  • BMW R1200GS (2017)
  • BMW R1200GS Adventure (2013)
  • BMW R1200GS Adventure (2014)
  • BMW R1200GS Adventure (2015)
  • BMW R1200GS Adventure (2016)
  • BMW R1200GS Adventure (2017)
  • CF MOTO 650i (2013)
  • CF MOTO 650i (2014)
  • CF MOTO 650i (2015)
  • CF MOTO 650i (2016)
  • CF MOTO 650i (2017)
  • Ducati 1098S (All Years)
  • Ducati 1198S (2009)
  • Ducati 1198S (2010)
  • Ducati 848 (2008)
  • Ducati 848 (2009)
  • Ducati 848 (2010)
  • Ducati 900SS (1999)
  • Ducati 900SS (2000)
  • Ducati 900SS (2001)
  • Ducati 900SS (2002)
  • Ducati 900SS (2003)
  • Ducati 900SS (2004)
  • Ducati 900SS (2005)
  • Ducati 900SS (2006)
  • Ducati 900SS (2007)
  • Ducati 998 (All Years)
  • Ducati Hypermotard 1100 (2007)
  • Ducati Hypermotard 796 (2010)
  • Ducati Hypermotard 796 (2011)
  • Ducati Hypermotard 796 (2012)
  • Ducati Hypermotard 796 (2013)
  • Ducati Monster 696 (2008)
  • Ducati Monster 696 (2009)
  • Ducati Monster 696 (2010)
  • Ducati Monster 696 (2011)
  • Ducati Monster 696 (2012)
  • Ducati Monster 696 (2013)
  • Ducati Monster 696 (2014)
  • Ducati Monster 795 - M795 (2012)
  • Ducati Monster 795 - M795 (2013)
  • Ducati Monster 795 - M795 (2014)
  • Ducati Monster 796 (2010)
  • Ducati Monster 796 (2011)
  • Ducati Monster 796 (2012)
  • Ducati Monster 796 (2013)
  • Ducati Monster S2R 800 (All Years)
  • Ducati Multistrada 620 (All Years)
  • Honda CB600 Hornet (2011)
  • Honda CB600 Hornet (2012)
  • Honda CBF1000 ABS (2008)
  • Honda CBF1000 ABS (2009)
  • Honda CBR600F (2011)
  • Honda CBR600F (2012)
  • Honda CBR600F (2013)
  • Honda CBR600F (2014)
  • Honda VFR800 v-tec (2002)
  • Honda VFR800 v-tec (2003)
  • Honda VFR800 v-tec (2004)
  • Honda VFR800 v-tec (2005)
  • Honda VFR800 v-tec (2006)
  • Honda VFR800 v-tec (2007)
  • Honda VFR800 v-tec (2008)
  • Honda VFR800 v-tec (2009)
  • Honda VFR800 v-tec (2010)
  • Honda VFR800 v-tec (2011)
  • Honda VFR800 v-tec (2012)
  • Honda VFR800 v-tec (2013)
  • Honda VTR1000 SP-2 (All Years)
  • Husqvarna 701 Enduro (2016)
  • Husqvarna 701 Enduro (2017)
  • Husqvarna 701 Supermoto (2016)
  • Husqvarna 701 Supermoto (2017)
  • Kawasaki ER-6 (2006)
  • Kawasaki ER-6 (2007)
  • Kawasaki ER-6 (2008)
  • Kawasaki ER-6 (2009)
  • Kawasaki ER-6 (2010)
  • Kawasaki ER-6 (2011)
  • Kawasaki ER-6 (2012)
  • Kawasaki ER-6 (2013)
  • Kawasaki ER-6 (2014)
  • Kawasaki ER-6 (2015)
  • Kawasaki ER6-F (Ninja 650 Faired) (2012)
  • Kawasaki ER6-F (Ninja 650 Faired) (2013)
  • Kawasaki ER6-F (Ninja 650 Faired) (2014)
  • Kawasaki ER6-F (Ninja 650 Faired) (2015)
  • Kawasaki ER6-F (Ninja 650 Faired) (2016)
  • Kawasaki ER6-N (Naked) (2012)
  • Kawasaki ER6-N (Naked) (2013)
  • Kawasaki ER6-N (Naked) (2014)
  • Kawasaki ER6-N (Naked) (2015)
  • Kawasaki ER6-N (Naked) (2016)
  • Kawasaki Versys 1000 (2012)
  • Kawasaki Versys 1000 (2013)
  • Kawasaki Versys 1000 (2014)
  • Kawasaki Z750 (2007)
  • Kawasaki Z750 (2008)
  • Kawasaki Z750 (2009)
  • Kawasaki Z750 (2010)
  • Kawasaki Z750 (2011)
  • Kawasaki Z750 (2012)
  • Kawasaki Z750 (2013)
  • Kawasaki ZX6-R (2007 - P7F)
  • KTM 125 Duke (2011)
  • KTM 125 Duke (2012)
  • KTM 125 Duke (2013)
  • KTM 125 Duke (2014)
  • KTM 125 Duke (2015)
  • KTM 125 Duke (2016)
  • KTM 125 Duke (2017)
  • KTM 1290 Super Duke R (2014)
  • KTM 1290 Super Duke R (2015)
  • KTM 1290 Super Duke R (2016)
  • KTM 1290 Super Duke R (2017)
  • KTM 200 Duke (2012)
  • KTM 200 Duke (2013)
  • KTM 200 Duke (2014)
  • KTM 200 Duke (2015)
  • KTM 200 Duke (2016)
  • KTM 690 Duke III (2008)
  • KTM 690 Duke III (2009)
  • KTM 690 Duke III (2010)
  • KTM 690 Duke III (2011)
  • KTM 690 Duke III (2012)
  • KTM 690 Duke IIII (2012)
  • KTM 690 Duke IIII (2013)
  • KTM 690 Duke IIII (2014)
  • KTM 990 SMR (2012)
  • KTM 990 SMR (2013)
  • KTM 990 SMR (2014)
  • KTM 990 SMT (2008)
  • MV Agusta Dragster 800 (2014)
  • MV Agusta Rivale 800 (2014)
  • MV Agusta Rivale 800 (2015)
  • MV Agusta Rivale 800 (2016)
  • MV Agusta Rivale 800 (2017)
  • MV Agusta Stradale 800 (2015)
  • MV Agusta Stradale 800 (2016)
  • MV Agusta Stradale 800 (2017)
  • MV Agusta Turismo Veloce 800 (2015)
  • MV Agusta Turismo Veloce 800 (2016)
  • MV Agusta Turismo Veloce 800 (2017)
  • Suzuki Bandit 600 (2004)
  • Suzuki Bandit 600 (2005)
  • Suzuki SV650 Bikini (1999)
  • Suzuki SV650 Bikini (2000)
  • Suzuki SV650 Bikini (2001 (K1))
  • Suzuki SV650 Bikini (2002 (K2))
  • Triumph Daytona 675 (2012)
  • Triumph Daytona 675 (upto 2011)
  • Triumph Street Triple 675 (2007)
  • Triumph Street Triple 675 (2008)
  • Triumph Street Triple 675 (2009)
  • Triumph Street Triple 675 (2010)
  • Triumph Street Triple 675 (2011)
  • Triumph Street Triple 675 (2012)
  • Triumph Street Triple 675 R (2012)
  • WK Bikes 650i (2013)
  • WK Bikes 650i (2014)
  • WK Bikes 650i (2015)
  • WK Bikes 650i (2016)
  • Yamaha Fazer 1000 (2002)
  • Yamaha Fazer 1000 (2003)
  • Yamaha Fazer 1000 (2004)
  • Yamaha Fazer 1000 (2005)
  • Yamaha FJR1300 (2013)
  • Yamaha FJR1300 (2014)
  • Yamaha FJR1300 (2015)
  • Yamaha FZ1-N (All Years)
  • Yamaha FZ1-S (2008)
  • Yamaha FZ1-S (2009)
  • Yamaha FZ1-S (2010)
  • Yamaha FZ1-S (2011)
  • Yamaha FZ1-S (2012)
  • Yamaha FZ1-S (2013)
  • Yamaha FZ1-S (2014)
  • Yamaha FZ1-S (2015)
  • Yamaha FZ1-S (2016)
  • Yamaha FZ6 (2004)
  • Yamaha FZ6 (2006)
  • Yamaha FZ6 (2007)
  • Yamaha FZ6 (2008)
  • Yamaha FZ8 - Fazer 800 (2010)
  • Yamaha FZ8 - Fazer 800 (2011)
  • Yamaha FZ8 - Fazer 800 (2012)
  • Yamaha FZ8 - Fazer 800 (2013)
  • Yamaha FZ8 - Fazer 800 (2014)
  • Yamaha FZ8 - Fazer 800 (2015)
  • Yamaha FZ8 - Fazer 800 (2016)
  • Yamaha MT-03 (660cc) (Up To 2014)
  • Yamaha TDM 900 (All Years)
  • Yamaha XJ6 (2009)
  • Yamaha XJ6 (2010)
  • Yamaha XJ6 (2011)
  • Yamaha XJ6 (2012)
  • Yamaha XJ6 (2013)
  • Yamaha XJ6 (2014)
  • Yamaha XJ6 (2015)
  • Yamaha XJ6 (2016)
  • Yamaha XJ6 N (2013)
  • Yamaha XJ6 N (2014)
  • Yamaha XJ6 N (2015)
  • Yamaha XJ6 N (2016)
  • Yamaha XJ6-Diversion F - FZ6R (2010)
  • Yamaha XJ6-Diversion F - FZ6R (2011)
  • Yamaha XJ6-Diversion F - FZ6R (2012)
  • Yamaha XJ6-Diversion F - FZ6R (2013)
  • Yamaha XJ6-Diversion F - FZ6R (2014)
  • Yamaha XJ6-Diversion F - FZ6R (2015)
  • Yamaha XJ6-Diversion F - FZ6R (2016)
  • Yamaha XVS1300A (2008)
  • Yamaha XVS1300A (2009)
  • Yamaha YZF-R1 (1998)
  • Yamaha YZF-R1 (1999)
  • Yamaha YZF-R1 (2000)
  • Yamaha YZF-R1 (2001)
  • Yamaha YZF-R1 (2002)
  • Yamaha YZF-R1 (2003)
Hover to magnify - Click to enlarge
Purchasing Options


£21.66 ex. VAT
  Add to Basket Add to your wishlist
Add now
Product Details

Colour:
Product Code:
SHOCK2BK
Quantity:
Single
Fitting Difficulty (1-5):
1 - Easy
Fitting Time:
5 Minutes
Shocktube (SHOCK2BK)

The Shocktube is a high impact waterproof vented tube made from top quality bonded 100% CR Neoprene™ which is double lined with stretch nylon on both sides. Completely enclosing the motorcycles rear shock absorber and spring, Shocktube prevents damage from road salt, water spray, stone chipping, dust and dirt.



The Shocktube can be fitted to most motorcycles with either monoshock or twin shock systems quickly, without the need to remove the shock absorber! Continually protecting the rear shock absorber and spring, while still maintaining the condition of the shock for a substantially extended period of time, throughout the life of the motorcycle.


Patent No: GB2459728

Customer Testimonials
R&G ShockTube

I have been using a R&G Shocktube now for many years, firstly on my 2014 BMW F800GS Adventure, and now on my 2010 BMW R1200GS Adventure.  When I changed the bike late last year it was one of the first accessories I purchased, in fact having rode the bike home it didn’t go out onto road again until the front and rear shocks had received a coating of ACF-50 and were safely wrapped up in a ‘Shocktube.’

‘Why?’ I hear you ask…

 

On trading in my F800GS Adventure I learnt the benefits of keeping things nice, the dealer almost pulled my arm off for the bike and had it sold within a day or two or me handing it over.  So the easy sale for me meant I did fairly well against the trade in and was off down the road on my R1200GSA.  The bike was left in like new, the shocks looked as if they had just been fitted!

Therefore without hestitation I bought front and rear ‘ShockTubes’ for the R1200GSA.

On this bike they were an absolute nightmare to get on.

(Remember my own personal tip and give the shock a good coating of ACF-50 before putting the actual ‘ShockTube’ on.)  

I had to get the better half to help out as my hands were just too big to get in at the shocks and get the cable ties on, so if you have big hands remember to get some help from someone with small grippers!

Once on though you can rest easy.  I have already given these a good trial, taking the bike to Wales in February (2017).  There I got very accustomed to riding in the rain.  Rain + B Class roads = muck, dirt, dust, sludge, water – you get it. 600 miles later of constant rain and the bike looked like this…

BMW R1200GS Adventure

BMW R1200GS Adventure

And that is after drying out!

With such conditions you have the nightmare scenario of dust and dirt, mixing with water to make a horrid grinding paste.  Imagine that paste on your shocks, up and down, up and down like sandpaper on the shocks.  Horrible.

This is where the ‘ShockTube’ comes in and excels.  That previously mentioned horrid paste can now only get as far the ‘ShockTube.’  Your shock now is protected and free from dirt and grime.  Any water that gets through the neoprene ‘ShockTube’ simply just gets dried out with the air flowing through it, so you don’t need to worry about it remaining soaking wet in there.  (You also have a second layer of proetction in there coming from the ACF-50).

I gave the bike a good rinsing off and then took the ‘ShockTube(s)’ off.  What I was met with was no surprise…

R&G ShockTube (BMW R1200GSA Front) following 600 miles  through the Welsh Rain in February 2017

R&G ShockTube Outside (BMW R1200GSA Front) following 600 miles through the Welsh Rain in February 2017

R&G ShockTube Inside (BMW R1200GSA Front) following 600 miles  through the Welsh Rain in February 2017

R&G ShockTube Inside (BMW R1200GSA Front) following 600 miles through the Welsh Rain in February 2017

As you can see from the first photograph, even after a thorough rinsing the ingredients for the damaging paste still exist.  Without the ‘ShockTube’ that grime would continue to work and damage your motorcycle.

From the second photograph you can see the inside of the ‘ShockTube’ and hopefully you can see that there is no grime, dirt, dust etc there, so the barrier action of the ‘ShockTube has worked magnificently.  None of the damaging dirt and grime make it to your shock – you are protected.

And here is the shock, (the photograph taken as soon as the ‘ShockTube was removed) – looking exactly as it did before it was covered.

BMW R1200GSA Front Shock following removal of 'ShockTube' after 600 miles through the Welsh Rain in February 2017

BMW R1200GSA Front Shock following removal of ‘ShockTube’ after 600 miles through the Welsh Rain in February 2017

For me the R&G ShockTube is an easy product to recommend.  I have one on the front and rear of my bike, and it will continue to be one of the first accessories I will buy for any future bike –  You can protect your shocks with a good coating of ACF-50 and a R&G ShockTube for less than £35.

Disclosure : This is a review based on my own personal experinces and containing my opinions.  I purchased my own ShockTubes at RRP and am not endorsed or rewarded for this review in any way.


Documents
Open Fitting Instructions

The PDF will open in a new tab/window in your browser.
You can save or print the fitting instructions by using the PDF menu in the bottom right of the document.

You can get the Adobe PDF viewer for free here.

Delivery & Returns

All of our packages - international and domestic are dispatched using only trusted couriers (DPD, DHL, Royal Mail and Parcel Force) where a signature is required upon delivery.

Our shipping charges are based on the weight of the consignment and our standard delivery method by DPD next day (within the UK) or Royal Mail Airmail (country dependant) for international customers.

Generally in the UK you can expect to receive your parts within 5 working days (excluding weekends and UK bank holidays) of placing the order, depending on stock availability. Internationally this varies but tracking details will be provided to easily track your order when in transit.

Ordering from abroad and Import Duties

You can make an overseas order on our website. Please help us and our delivery companies by taking extra care with the address details to ensure they are correct. Please note your goods may be subject to import duties and taxes which will be levied when the order reaches the delivery address. You are responsible for payment of any such import duties and taxes. R&G has no control over these charges and cannot predict their amount. For further information please contact your local customs office before placing your order. Failure to pay these charges will result in your parcel being returned and a 25% restocking fee (of original invoice value) being applied to your order.

Should you have a product you would like to return, please give us a call (+44 (0) 1420 89007) first, so that we can authorise the return. You will then be given all the details you need to make the return as quick and efficient as possible. Alternatively if you cannot phone us during our working hours, please send an email to info@rg-racing.com and we will reply with the details. Please have your delivery note or invoice number to hand when getting in touch.

If you purchased the product from one of our dealers, please contact them to process the return.

Full Terms and Conditions can be found here

Write a review for Shocktube


Your Name:
Your Email:
Review Title:
Your Review:
How Would You Rate This Product?
You recently viewed...

 
© 2017 Racing Technique Ltd. (t/a R&G)