Clice was born out of friendship and a passion for off-road motorcycling. In 1964, CLIment and CEriola, Bultaco's sales and export managers, began in their spare time to manufacture leather gloves for motocross, which they distributed through Bultaco's international network. Soon Toni and Estanis Soler joined the project, who had been manufacturing Moto-Cross boots since 1963. Under the protection of the prestige of Spanish offroad motorbikes, CLICE prospered rapidly and had a notable direct presence in competition. Some of the best riders of the time wore the iconic CLICE logo; among them great champions such as Yrjo Vesterinen, Bernie Schreiber, Manuel Soler and Martin Lampkin in Trial, Narcis Casas and Pep Vila in Enduro, "Randy" Muñoz, Toni Elias and Harry Everts in MX, and Ángel Nieto and Ricardo Tormo in speed. They were true pioneers of a new sport in the 70s in Spain. Generous and daring, they created their own culture around the values that today continue to mark the personality of CLICE: companionship, adventure, enjoyment and passion.