Welcome to SupersproxUSA.com
We are the exclusive designer and manufacturer of the legendary Supersprox stealth sprocket motorcycle sprockets. The only hybrid sprocket available for street, MX, Off Road and ATV's. Our sprockets last longer, saving on running costs for your motorcycle. We can offer a full range of sprocket and chain kits for most modern motorcycles.
Supersprox-stealth will last 3 times longer than an aluminum sprocket and is between 10-50 % lighter than a steel sprocket (Depending on model and tooth number). We guarantee that our sprockets will outlast, outperform and outshine the competition or your money back. (See guarantee info)
Antoine Meo World E1 Champion 2012 / 2013,
Christophe Nambotin World E3 Champion 2012 / 2013,World E1 Champion 2014
Alex Salvini World E2 Champion 2013,
World E2 Champion 2014,
Mat Phillips World E3 Champion 2014
Many top team depend on Supersprox-stealth.
Checkout pictures and videos on our site. You will soon discover that people love this exclusive product. Sometimes called Supersprox, Stealth or Tri-Metal (not to be confused with Twin Ring). We call it perfection.
Supersprox-stealth is a world-wide patented product and Tri-Metal is a U.S.-registered trademark. For details, please visit www.patft.uspto.gov and search for Patent Number 7481729 or www.epoline.org and search for Patent Number EP1573234.
MEO THE MAN AT ITALIAN ENDURO OPENER
Antoine Meo back with a bang from injury as the Frenchman rockets to a double win at the Italian Enduro Championship opener...
The opening round of the Italian Enduro Championship at Lignano Sabbiadoro saw Antoine Meo clinch a double victory after edging out teammate Matthew Phillips for the win.
Alex Salvini struggled with bike problems to finish fourth overall in both races. He still managed to grab two victories in E2 class.
All top riders using Supersrpox.
BLAZUSIAK MAKES IT COUNT IN MEXICO
KTM’s Taddy Blazusiak makes it four wins on the bounce with victory at the Maxxis FIM SuperEnduro World Championship GP of Mexico in Guadalajara.
Continuing on from where he left off at round three of the series in Finland, KTM’s Taddy Blazusiak delivered a solid performance in front of the Mexican crowd to secure the overall win.
Words and Images, courtesy of enduro21.com