Skidmarx screens have been the choice of successful professional race teams for many years.
Recent British Superbike champions who have been supported by Skidmarx include Shane Byrne on the Be Wiser Ducati (2017) and the Rapid Solicitors' Kawasaki in 2014 and 2012. Shakey was also crowned champion on the Airwaves Ducati in 2008 and the following year Leon Camier took the title for Airwaves Yamaha (2009).
As well as the Superbike championship, Skidmarx screens are also popular Supersport 600 class, as used by 2017 runner-up Andrew Irwin on the Gearlink Kawasaki.
It's not only on the track that Skidmarx screens perform consistently well.
Between 2008-2011 there has been a Skidmarx supported rider on the podium in the Superbike, Supersport and Superstock classes at the Isle of Man TT. Racers as diverse as John McGuinness (pictured behind his trademark big bubble screen), Ian Hutchinson, Michael Dunlop, Steve Plater and Guy Martin have all taken to the Island's roads using British-made Skidmarx screens.
Recently, JG Speedfit Kawasaki have campaigned at the TT and the NW200 behind Skidmarx screens.
Skidmarx produce a comprehensive range of double bubble screens for most popular makes and models of road bikes, based directly on their experience with race teams.
For racing and track day use, Skidmarx also manufacture race screens