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Dymag Discount for ACU Members

The ACU and Dymag are pleased to announce that ACU Members get 15% discount on Dymag performance wheels.

Dymag aluminium performance wheels are made for the track and certified for the road. Arguably with one of the largest ranges of possible fitments, Dymag wheels are available for a large range of recent and older models. To check that Dymag’s are a fit for your bike and to receive your discounted price, please complete the following form:      

Dymag is celebrating 50 years of performance wheels in 2024. Our lightweight motorcycle wheel range offers an unmatched blend of safety, performance, market leading aesthetics and cost, by a dramatic reduction in unsprung mass, moment of inertia and gyroscopic torque, as well as stiffness. In short, there is no other upgrade that gives such an instant boost in handling and performance.

All Dymag wheels are subjected to the most rigorous and demanding world-wide physical test standards, backing up our advanced design and FEA techniques. Our wheels fully meet worldwide safety standards including BS AU 50 / SAE / JWL VIA.

No ACU member yet: join today at and benefit immediately from the 15% discount.  

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Peter Hickman: Unleashing speed with DYMAG® UP7X wheels

Peter Hickman needs no introduction when it comes to Road Racing. The fastest rider to ever lap both the Isle of Man TT, Northwest 200, and Ulster Grand Prix circuits!

After a very successful IOM TT in 2022 with his first Supertwin win on the Paton, Hicky is setting his sights on more success in 2023 but this time on new machinery. 2023 will see Peter racing the Yamaha R7 built in-house at his PHR Performance headquarters. Not only will he compete at the TT but also the Northwest 200 road races. The bike has undergone extensive upgrades and improvements with the very best performance parts being added including the very latest Dymag racing wheels.

Dymag UK has been designing and manufacturing wheels for over 30 years, so to supply “Hicky” with our UP7X wheels for this new project is an ideal partnership. Peter’s feedback can only help strengthen the already well-renowned UK brand. To top the partnership off PHR Performance has also become a retailer of the ever-popular aftermarket Dymag wheels. 

Peter said: 

Dymag play a key role in the racing world. Their wheels are ultra-light, meaning more performance from the motorcycle and faster changes of direction as well as being stronger than standard wheels, which is a huge benefit especially when racing on the road.

Having the opportunity to run my Supertwin using the UP7X wheels is awesome, and I’m delighted to be associated with Dymag.

Last year I had huge success in the Supertwin races, and I want this year to be no different, although I am under no illusions of just how hard it is going to be. It’s a brand-new bike and nobody has any real experience with it yet in the UK and on the roads. The bike has been built by my PHR Performance Centre and is a new project for us. The team have done a great job, as we only received the bike recently, but the finished bike looks mega, topped off with fantastic-looking wheels!

I’m looking forward to running the bike next week at the NW200 and then onto the IOM TT!”

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Dymag partnership with Norton Motorcycles & Warwick University

  • Norton Motorcycles engineers have supported students at WMG, University of Warwick to develop a TT capable electric racing motorcycle, named ‘Frontier’.
  • This includes donating a high performance bike frame and data to students undertaking research into study of electric motorbikes at WMG, University of Warwick.
  • Students adapted the sports bike platform to run a specially developed electric powertrain rated with a power output of 160kW/201bhp and 400Nm torque.
  • Immersion-cooled 16kWh battery pack is the first of its kind for application on a motorcycle, with battery cases manufactured using advanced laser-welding technology to deliver structural integrity and maximise reliability and repeatability.

The group of 13 students at WMG, University of Warwick – made up of cross-functional team from first- to final-year degree students, with the support of some EngD students – are joined by a selection of leading academics, engineers and researchers representing WMG, at the University.

The research team supported by WMG Centre High Value Manufacturing Catapult have developed an electric motorcycle powertrain, using a high performance sports frame as a platform. The motorcycle developed using this frame has been called the Frontier. The electric powertrain designed to work in the Norton frame is rated with a power output of 160kW or 201bhp, and delivering 400Nm of torque from a standing start. The acceleration and speed characteristics of the electric bike in motion roughly translate into a combustion-engine equivalent of around 900cc to 1,000cc.

Light-weighting the bike was critical to the performance and Dymag are proud to be part of this process by providing the wheels and technical expertise and support.

2016 Senior Manx GP winner, Tom Weeden is the development rider for the team with experience both on track and road racing events. Tom has been an integral part throughout the development process.

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