The industry wouldn't be the same without these guys and gals.  Every company makes quality, aftermarket parts.  And if they don't make anything themselves, they are Industry experts in their relative niche.  From vintage replicas to modern masterpieces, they can help guide you on bodywork and parts decisions.

In addition to a quality product, every one of them provides excellent customer service whether they are a one-man show or collaborative team.

If you're looking for guidance within the aftermarket world then these are our go-to vendors. 

Former industry partners below; Their products that are still on the road and the companies might be in business, but we haven't dealt with them in years.

  • Action Fiberglass - A local friend in Jacksonville, Fl.
  • Air Slip - Also known as Camber.
  • Avon - Sold to a German company, maybe BMW?  They also made Velocette and maybe Matchless fairings?
  • Bates - Manufacturer in California.
  • Calafia - OEM manufacturer for Suzuki.
  • Churchgate - Old English company that manufactured windscreens.  Boxer Cafe makes new replicas of the Churchgate.
  • Clubman Racing
  • Custom FRP - Purchased by Beasely Fiberglass.
  • Cyclear - A windscreen manufacturer purchased by Memphis Shade.  Memphis Shade doesn't make the old style windscreens but we still make the old Cyclear versions.
  • Daytona - Made two models, Daytona I and Daytona II.
  • Don Vesco - No longer a fairing manufacturer though we still supply screens for Don and Rick's racing teams.  We think his old fairing forms were sold to a company in Colorado?
  • Dunstall - Started in England as an aftermarket parts supplier for the production racing.  A good racer and better craftsman, Paul Dunstall's fairings can still be found worldwide.  It appears that another company has purchased the old Dunstall line and is making new models.
  • Dustbin - A manufacturer out of Italy and German.  Most of their replicas can be made by Air Tech if Dustbin themselves are no longer in business.
  • Emgo - Still alive and kicking but we are unsure of who is running it.
  • Framecrafters
  • Haberman - An old German manufacturer.
  • Hannigan
  • Heinrich
  • Glaser - German
  • Greer - Also made the fairing line called Apollo.
  • Keim - An old German manufacturer.  We still make a screen for one of their fairings.
  • Luftmeister
  • MotoPlast - Replicas can be found at Air Tech
  • Omar - This business was built up by Omar and sold to another company in Florida.
  • Pacifico
  • Pacomotorstuff - Canada, eh!
  • Pichler
  • Piranha - Made a popular fairing based off of the Dunstall GT.
  • Racers Supply.  
  • Read Titan - Old English fairing manufacturer.  Boxer Cafe makes new replicas of the Read Titan.
  • Sharkskinz
  • Stalama
  • Tracy Design
  • Vetter - Craig Vetter
  • Wixom Bro's Fairing - Also known as Arther Fulmer.
  • Wudo 
  • Wunderlich