Twinoza updates
Twinoza updates

New Q/A and Review system





Every review is a real review. (Plus a new Q/A section.)

- Reviews:

We are now working with - a third party service. Every review is now being independently verified by them to ensure maximum customer confidence.

- Q/A section:

The new Q/A section is just next to the Review section. It allows you to pose a question and ask for information publicly. Your questions and the answers to them could help other riders in their shopping experience!

Merged product variations





We have merged similar products into a single page.

It's now easier to know, for example, which exhaust fits your Dyna!

As simple as it sounds :)

We're starting a blog!





Good news today! We're starting a blog!

In the last weeks, we worked hard and squeezed our brains to figure out how to make your Twinoza experience more involving.

So today we started our blog! We will write at least once a week about, obviously, V-Twins and people who love them!

Satisfy your thirst for knowledge checking out our blog, and don't forget to subscribe to our newsletter! (No spam, promise, just updates, and exclusive juicy offers)

Do you want to work with us?

Do you want any particular topic to be given some attention, or maybe you have yourself some nice points that deserve to be shared? Just let us know! We'll be more than happy to work together!

Covid-19 and Restrective orders


General Updates



Due to COVID-19 spread, and the following measures imposed by European governments, we can not guarantee our standard order fulfilment times.

We expect to be back 100% operational in the second half of April. Except for further restrictive orders.

Thank you for your understanding. As always, feel free to contact us for any reason!

Website security enhancement.





We now serve our website through HSTS!

TL;DR: Twinoza and your data and personal information are now even more secure! Interactions with our website are now made only through forced HTTPS secure connections.

If you like nerdy details, continue reading!

"What is HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS)?"

HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS, RFC 6797) allows a website to specify and enforce security policy in client web browsers and ultimately helps to protect websites against protocol downgrade attacks and cookie hijacking.

"How am I more secure?"

The most important security vulnerability that HSTS can fix is SSL-stripping man-in-the-middle attacks.
Example: Suppose Alice wishes to communicate with Bob in a way that they believe safe. Meanwhile, Mallory, the bad guy, he wishes to intercept the conversation to eavesdrop and optionally to deliver a false message to Bob.

Mallory could have intercepted personal data and other information by "infiltrating" in the communication using a protocol downgrading attack. But with the implementation of the HSTS encryption, he must now find another way!

We're starting a changelog





Big news today, we're starting a public changelog so you're always up to date with all the updates, improvements and fixes that are made in Twinoza.

Even though we work on Twinoza all the time, sometimes it may seem that not much is happening. This changelog is here to improve that very important part of the communication between you and us.