The following is taken from a Rizoma newsletter.

Lever guards

Rizoma was one of the pioneers of brake guards, and the Pro Guard sets the industry standard for quality, fit and finish. Designed to help prevent unexpected brake-lever engagement, brake guards are required by the FIM and you’ll find Rizoma’s high-quality CNC machined aluminum Pro Guard on all of the Moto 2 machines, the Suzuki and Ducati MotoGP bikes and the MotoAmerica Yoshimura machines. Pro Guards are available in two styles; The street edition that is straight and can be run on both the brake and clutch side, and the racing edition, which is angled to allow more freedom of movement for the rider.


Rizoma mirrors feature the same glass that’s used in high-end automobiles such as Audi and Mercedes Benz. The convex, antiglare glass provides a wide, clear view. Aircraft-grade aluminum and anodizing process for fade-resistant surfaces provide long-term durability. Tight production tolerances and tuned-alloy structure decrease vibration for a clearer view.


Rizoma fluid tanks are made of Aircraft-grade aluminum machined from a solid billet. The rubber components are top medical-grade for durability and consistent performance. Available in different styles and sizes, all tanks accommodate DOT 3 and 4 brake fluid, feature a convenient site window, and are available in different finishes for clutch master cylinder, and front and rear brake applications.

Marker lights

All Rizoma Marker Lights are lightweight, small, and aerodynamic and utilize high-tech LED illumination for maximum visibility. In addition to narrowing a bike’s profile, these Marker Lights are mounted on bendable rubber stocks for added durability.


Rizoma’s involvement in MotoGP helps the company develop products for its customers. The Pro Guard System, for example, that’s used by Cal Crutchlow and the LCR Honda MotoGP team as well as much of the Moto2 field was developed on the racetrack by Rizoma’s research and development team. That team is led by R&D Director, Fiorenzo Fanali, who worked in the MotoGP paddock for 40 years with riders from Giacomo Agostini, to Kenny Roberts, Eddie Lawson, Freddie Spencer and Valentino Rossi. This level of experience and expertise that Rizoma brings to the development of all its products is unrivaled in the industry.


Driven by the vision of its founders, CEO Fabrizio Rigolio, and General Manager Fabio Rigolio, Rizoma has come a long way in little more than 10 years. Rising from a small workshop on the outskirts of Milan, Rizoma is now a leading global brand specializing in the dynamic design of high-quality aftermarket accessories.

Innovative products exported worldwide have earned Rizoma the reputation as a top-quality brand. It began when the brothers designed and manufactured their first customized accessory—a machined aluminum mirror—in a simple, family-run workshop. It didn’t take long for that beautifully designed mirror to become popular, and soon Rizoma was a booming business with a rapidly expanding product line.

Today, Rizoma is a worldwide organization with offices in France, Germany, Spain, and the U.S.A, and a product line of more than 1500 accessories showcased in catalogs that are distributed to more than 160 countries around the world.

Rizoma means “root,” rather appropriate given that the company remains firmly rooted in Milan’s fashion and design district, with its head office in Ferno and a growing production area covering more than 20,000 square feet.