Rizoma Stealth, a dual purpose motorcycle wing mirror | Rear-view mirror & wing

Useful on the streets, a freak on the… track? Rizoma Stealth, a dual purpose wing-mirror for your motorcycle

Rizoma Stealth motorcycle downforce wing mirror

DESIGNED specifically for supersport bikes, the Rizoma Stealth gives a fresh purpose to your wing mirrors. When used on the street, they’re stylish rear-view mirrors - and on the track, they transform to create up to 4kg of downforce!

That’s right, dual functionality in a wing mirror. It has two ‘modes’: when open, it’ll work as a standard rear-view mirror, aligned with your eyes for a view behind you. Standard stuff for wing mirrors.

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But the magic happens when the Rizoma Stealth is closed, the 25º angle of the wing will create a bonus bit of downforce, reported as around 4 kg at 186 mph (300 km/h), and in full-tuck it won’t interfere with the air protection generated by your windshield. Perhaps not useful on the road, but absolutely handy on track.

Available in three anodized colours, black, silver and thunder-grey, wing mirrors can often be unsightly things, quite often ripped off the bike if you’re a weekend track day warrior. But these look the part, and any potential gain on the track is well worth it, right?

So if the wings on your Ducati Panigale V4 weren’t enough, now you can chuck more downforce on than you know what to do with. Watch them in action here.

Rizoma Stealth | When you need to more downforce on track, and a view of the road behind

The Rizoma Stealth was also a winner at the 2021 Red Dot Awards, in the ‘best of the best’ category! 

Currently priced at €399 (~£340) for a pair with the relevant mounting kit, you can pick one up for most supersports bikes including the: BMW S1000RR, Ducati Panigale V2 & Panigale V4, Honda CBR1000RR-R, Kawasaki Ninja 1000 ZX-10R, Suzuki GSX-R 1000, and the Yamaha R1

If you want to check if your bike is compatible, find your bike on the list on the Rizoma site.