Circuit Equipment is a relatively new name in Europe but has a long history in South America. The Brazilian company was founded in 1984 in by owner Renato Breda, who was a Motocross rider himself. He decided to develop a brand producing products for MX, Enduro and Supermoto. Within a few years Circuit Equipment became a leader in the South American market.
Circuit Equipment has become well known for their Supermoto Handguards which are used by multiple World Supermoto teams and Champions.
Handguards are a must have on a Supermoto bike, not only do they less cool without them they also do a great job at protecting your levers in case of a crash.
UK Circuit Equipment distributor MXtorque provided us with a set of Circuit P4 Handguards to test.
The cool looking Circuit P4 handguards are made of a thermoplastic Nylon Dupont material with an honeycomb core. The handguards are really light weight because only the fastening system is made of aluminium.
They are easy to install thanks to the fully adjustable fastening system. The instructions that came with the Handguards where also very clear. You can easily install the handguards in under 15 minutes. It was also very easy to make adjustments after installing the guards. I have used handguards from several other brands and these where definately the easiest to install.
After using the handguards for many road miles and trackdays we can highly recommend Circuit Equipment P4 guards for your own Supermoto bike.
Not only do they look really cool, the quality of the handguards is great and they are easy to install.
When it comes to protecting your levers they are the way to go.
The handguards are available in many different colorways for €70 / £59.99 / $95 at MXTorque.co.uk
Tested extensively by yours truly.
2011 World Supermoto Champion Adrien Chareyre won the world championship with the Circuit P4 Handguards.
European Supermoto Champion Uros Nastran aboard his Lux Performance RMZ450 with P4 Handguards
British Supermoto Champion Chris Hodgson