Home 2017-01-03T12:42:48+00:00

WELCOME

Tru-Tension is an innovative manufacturer of tools and care products designed for the motorcycling and motorsport industry. Our unique tools and lubricants transform the way in which riders and mechanics conduct the important task of drivetrain maintenance.

By providing the precise amount of tension every time, our Chain Monkey and Belt Monkey products ensure optimum performance and extend the life of chain, belt and sprocket sets, making them the perfect addition to any toolbox. Our lubricants and cleaning products provide the highest quality of care for moving components in all road and race going environments.

VISIT SHOP

PRECISION EVERY TIME

monkeys

TRU-TENSION CHAIN MONKEY

WORLD’S FIRST PRECISION CHAIN TENSION TOOL

FIND OUT MORE

JOIN OUR MAILING LIST

Fields marked with an * are required

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

RECENT NEWS

  • Driverless-Cars-Survey-Image

Survey Results: What do bikers think of driverless cars?

September 8th, 2017|Comments Off on Survey Results: What do bikers think of driverless cars?

With the prospect of driverless cars taking to the roads in the UK making headlines, we thought we weeks we asked our 22,000 followers on Facebook what they feel about this advance in technology. [...]

How to stay safe when riding a motorcycle in the dark

September 1st, 2017|Comments Off on How to stay safe when riding a motorcycle in the dark

Riding a motorcycle in the dark is very different to riding in the daylight, and can be a daunting experience the first few times. However, after a couple of rides and a read of this, [...]

Getting used to your new motorcycle

August 25th, 2017|Comments Off on Getting used to your new motorcycle

After hours of searching online, having multiple test-rides on multiple bikes and reading countless reviews, you’ve finally found your new best friend! Whether it’s your first bike, or you twentieth, there’s no better feeling than [...]

  • Motorcyclist

The biker’s nod – how did it start?

July 5th, 2017|Comments Off on The biker’s nod – how did it start?

The nod. It’s hard to explain to people who don’t ride a motorcycle. When asked, I often say “it’s like bus drivers who wave at one another” …but that usually triggers the response “but they [...]