Motorex Bike Grease 2000 review

In this article I will share my thoughts about the Motorex Bike Grease 2000 that I purchased in a 850 gram bucket, that contains the fluorescent yellow grease. I apply the Motorex Bike Grease 2000 with a Hazet Mini grease gun, to re-grease my Speeplay Zero pedals or the CEMA Bearing Interlock BB86-BB92 bottom bracket.

Motorex Bike Grease 2000

The Motorex website has an extensive set of information on its products, including the technical and safety data sheets. This is something you certainly not always see with manufacturers in the cycling maintenance space and a big plus if you are conducting research on differences between products.

But let’s have a look at the product description of the yellow fluorescent Motorex Bike Grease 2000:

Calcium-based yellow fluorescent grease with remarkable and long-lasting lubricating performance. Motorex Bike Grease 2000 is a highly water-repellent and extremely pressure-resistant grease. It offers increased oxidation resistance and very good ageing resistance. Ideal for lubricating bearings, wheel bearings, joints and headset. Neutral to elastomers and seals and prevents galvanic corrosion.


The key features of the Motorex Bike Grease are highlighted in this description, but the main point here is “extremely pressure resistant grease”. So I used it to regrease the Speedplay Zero pedals once in a while, the Muc-Off Bio Bike Grease was less suitable for this scenario. 🙂 The Speedplay Zero Walkable Cleats get some love from the CeraBike Pedals & Cleats.

When installing the CEMA Bearing Interlock BB86-BB92 Bottom Bracket I’ve conducted some preventive protection for the winter months by removing the aluminum dustcovers and (re)greasing the bearing surface with Motorex Bike Grease 2000. I’ve sticked the dustcovers back on top of that Bike Grease layer and removed the excess grease before installing the cranks again. However an additional water repellent layer protects the precious bottom bracket bearings.

In both use cases (and there are many more) I use the Hazet 2162M Mini grease gun to apply the yellow Bike Grease 2000. Motorex also offers a mini grease gun in their product line with a long tip, so you can access tight spaces in a convenient way. This product would be a great addition to my home mechanic workshop.

Concluding thoughts and wrap-up

Motorex Bike Grease 2000 in a 850 gr container has a price point of around € 20,00 – € 25,00 (for 850 grams). For me this is very reasonable price point for a more than excellent allround grease. As a comparison Muc-Off Bio Bike Grease will cost € 23,00 for a tube of 150 grams.

Motorex is a Swiss company, that stands for Swiss Quality, and offers a wide range of cleaning, maintenance and protection products. Not only for the drive train and bearings of your precious bikes, but also to protect and clean helmet and clothing from the harsh weather conditions.

However in the Netherlands I don’t see Motorex as a widely used brand in the bike maintenance space with brands like Morgan Blue, Dynamic Bike Care, CyclOn Bike Care, Muc-Off, Silca and many more.

  • What is you preferred bike grease ?
  • Did you ever use Motorex bike products, and if so which ones ?!

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