AXfix is an invention by Matthias Müller. He needed a lashing system that was as simple, space-saving and stable as possible for his race track excursions. And because "Matze" is not only a racing driver but also a graduate engineer, he constructed it himself without further ado. AXfix uses the hollow axles of the motorcycle as fixed points. This eliminates the annoying fumbling with the belt, especially on bikes with fairings. Paint damage is not an issue and the spring elements are not stressed. AXfix is available for many motorcycle models from Aprilia to Yamaha.