The official MCE British Superbike crash protector suppliers R&G has released its all-new package and support ahead of the new season.

R&G sponsor BSB teams Team WD-40 Kawasaki and RAF Reserves BMW, as well as providing product support to Quattro Pant Kawasaki and Gearlink Kawasaki. The company produce full crash gear for all bike parts and will be on hand at every round of the 2015 British Superbike season, beginning at Donington Park over Easter weekend.

The Hampshire-based company will also be supporting a number of riders and teams in British Superstock and other feeder series in the UK.

Team WD-40's Brent Gladwin says he is delighted to continue the partnership with R&G and is very appreciative of the support they give to young up-and-coming British riders.

"We've been sponsored by R&G since they began themselves, so I'm really pleased we can once again carry this over for 2015 - a season that is looking set to be our biggest yet," Gladwin said. "We both share the same ethos of wanting to help young riders and bring them through the ranks. Over the years we have together been able to develop a lot of parts and have used them across every class we've competed in.

"2015 is looking like it could be one of our most successful. The entire team is getting on really well already and we have a good pre-season testing schedule in place. We'll be at Cartagena for five days, which will let the guys get their first taste of the 2015 machines and let the whole team get used to working together, before heading to Donington for the official test."

"It really is a big honour for us to be associated with the prestigious BSB championship," R&G UK sales manager Alan Garrett said. "Racing is at the core of what we do at R&G and helps us to develop our product range even further, so to be associated with some of the top teams within the British paddock is fantastic. With the likes of Team WD40, RAF Reserves, Quattro Plant, and True Heroes Racing, we have riders capable of challenging for the BSB Showdown and Isle of Man TT podiums, through to true grassroots riders who are the future of British racing."