Make your design

Colors available

Available in a range of colors that will perfectly compliment your bike.

No other racing sprocket can compare to this dynamic style

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Supersprox championship

Total: 62 world champions

Tested by world champions, so you can ride with confidence.

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Extended chain life

hard steel

The ultimate weight reduction aluminum core combined with hard steel teeth gives you maximum sprocket durability and extended chain life

Hard steel teeth last 3 times longer than aluminum sprockets.

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The choice of champions

make your choice

Tested by world champions, so you can ride with confidence.

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Best quality

perfect design

Stunning technical design to compliment your motorcycle.

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LIGHTER

STRONGER

35% Lighter Than Steel, but much stronger.

Aluminum core is Lighter than a steel sprocket, without compromising the strength.

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All models available

Take that you need

Available for more motorcycle models than any other brand, so you can find the Supersprox that you want.

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Welcome to Supersprox company site

Producing the best sprockets since 1956

Supersprox are true world leaders in the production of performance bike sprockets. A supplier to most European motorcycle producers, such as KTM motorcycles ag, Husqvarna motorcycles, Betamotor s.p.a, Honda Italy and other specialist brands. With a long tradition of expertise in the motorcycle field. The company has supplied the best quality racing sprockets since 1959. Founded by Roger Maughfling, who was a truly passionate enthusiast and loved all things with motors, but particularly motorcycles. He opened a motorcycle repair shop in Mid Wales UK, where he used to work many hours and even sleep. Back in those days…

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  • Tim Gajser crash MXGP of The Netherlands 2016 – Assen – motocross
    Supersprox: Crash video: A spectacular crash in Assen for Tim Gajser. He is so close to his first MXGP title and this is unusual for the Slovenian rider. (1 hour ago) Youtube video: ... read more
    Source: Supersprox FacebookPublished on 2016-08-29
  • Timeline Photos
    Supersprox: Yamaha Motor company announces rider line up for the 2016 Monster Energy Supermotocross Riders' Cup. Including Supersprox supported rider Romain Febvre, Brent Van doninck and Benoit Paturel will start their engines as the youngest team on October 8 inside the Veltins Arena in Gelsenkirchen, Germany for a family… ... read more
    Source: Supersprox FacebookPublished on 2016-08-28
  • Supersprox added 5 new photos.
    Supersprox: Supersprox supported rider Julien Toniutti, riding the 2016 Ulster GP. Riding 4 races, 2 Superstock and 2 Supersport. Julien said it was the most memorable race in 2016, with the first turn at 240kmh. Its a bit mad, when your trying to learn the track. #supersprox #ulstergrandprix (39… ... read more
    Source: Supersprox FacebookPublished on 2016-08-28
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    Wallflux: This is a demonstration version of a Wallflux Atom Feed. You can use Wallflux to access a Facebook page RSS-feed. By registering this Wallflux Atom you get rid of this demonstration notice, and go straight to the live feed. Read more on wallflux.com/atom ... read more
    Source: Supersprox FacebookPublished on 2016-08-26

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