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Even the racing experts rely on WD-40(R)!

Every motorbike needs a regular care and maintenance to keep it in tip top condition. Whether you’re a daily commuter, weekend rider with fellow rider groups, you can rely on the blue & yellow can of WD-40® to ensure a smooth ride each time. Even the professional bike racing experts uses WD-40® to prep their bikes in the championships. 

There are thousands of uses for the ubiquitous WD-40® Multi-Use Product and motorbike maintenance is one of the popular usage.

WD-40® is great for cleaning and protecting motorbike batteries, as well as to lubricate cables and pedals.

Those who use the little blue can also love it for its ability to clean, polish and protect chrome fillers, engine surface and sprockets from corrosion. It is even handy for getting freeze locks unstuck.

Do you know that WD-40® Multi-Use Product able to displace moisture from spark plugs? Its formula works well even during wet seasons like flood, where motorbikes are often difficult to start. Just spray on the WD-40® Multi-Use Product and leave it for a few minutes, and voila! Moisture is removed, and the motorbike will start with a roaring vroom!

That's why Team KMTR Asia, a well-known racing team in Asia that has achieved many successes in the racing circuits, also uses on the WD-40® to prep their bikes prior to the FIM Asia Supermoto Championship. Besides that, KMTR Team also uses WD-40® other range of products to prepare their race bikes in tip top condition; Brake & Parts Cleaner to clean brake parts from dirt and soil accumulated from the race, Degreaser to give a quick clean for dirt and smudges around bike body; Chain lube to give the chain maximum lubrication.

Check out their next race at Kuala Lumpur's Dataran Merdeka on December 2. So pop over if you're in the area to see how the pros do it, and keep an eye out on how and what they groom their beloved bikes with, as they head into the final race.

For more information on WD-40® Multi-Use Product and its many uses, check out Also check out FIM Asia Supermoto's Facebook for more information about the championship.