Stompgrip Traction Pads Available Now

February 9, 2007 11:46am

STOMP Design Inc. has expanded their line-up of STOMPGRIP Traction Pad kits for popular dirt bikes, sport bikes and ATVs, giving riders of all types the positive bike/rider connection they need for confidence and control. Kits for all the new 2007 models are in production, while the wide variety of current kits covers virtually all popular models going back several years. Kits are available for Aprilia, Ducati, Honda, Kawasaki, KTM, Suzuki and Yamaha motorcycles and ATVs, as well as universal kits for custom applications.

STOMPGRIP Traction Pads are made to provide aggressive traction for ultimate bike control while jumping, braking and cornering, and to help reduce fatigue and arm pump.  They are non-abrasive and will not damage riding gear like grip tape will.  The pads are made from a pliable and ultra-clear or black elastomer material that has raised volcano-shaped traction bumps. The clear material allows paint and graphics to remain visible through the traction pads. STOMPGRIP Traction Pads are pre-molded into model-specific kits with rounded edges, and are applied with a super-strong 3M peel-and-stick adhesive that resists peeling.

STOMP Design Inc. first developed STOMPGRIP Traction Pads for motorsport use in the motocross and off-road markets, then expanded into sport bikes, and are used by many professional racers and teams.

Be sure to come by and see the full line-up of STOMPGRIPä Traction Pads and other products in Booth # 8406 at the upcoming Dealer Expo in Indianapolis, Indiana, February 17-19, 2007.

As motorcycle and ATV riders, the owners of STOMP Design Inc. developed and introduced STOMPGRIP Motorsport Traction Pads based on STOMP’s snowboard product materials and manufacturing technology. STOMPGRIP is designed, engineered, manufactured, and marketed in-house in Huntington Beach, California USA. For more information, call 888-612-5240 or visit

STOMPGRIP Traction Pads are distributed by Lockhart Phillips USA, OFD Racing, Parts Canada, Street & Competition, Tucker Rocky and Western Powersports.