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Handguards for your machine in the industry leading brands by Acerbis, Tusk, Pro Taper, Cycra and many more. In the best prices and selection available.
Kyle in OR
I ordered these after finally breaking the Moose hand guards in half after 5 years of abuse. On the first tip over one of these guards bent. It's still usable for now, but I doubt the Moose ones would have bent in that crash. My suspect is that they use a cheaper aluminum on these Tusk ones than most of the "name brands" do. When these bite the dust (which probably won't bee too long) I will be looking at more expensive name brand sets to replace them.Read All Reviews
Scott in Utah
Read many positive reviews and bought these for my wife's TTR125. They went on easy and look great, but are not sturdy at all. They easily move up and down and because of this don't protect the hands or levers. Went on one ride with them and she crashed twice, both times the guards flexed/bent upwards and did nothing to protect her hands or the levers. Her sister got the Tusk D-Flex, much better and more sturdy guard and fit just as good on the smaller bike. I will be exchanging the Acerbis for the Tusk.Read All Reviews
Jeremy in CA
The handguards are easy to install and seem really stout. The lights seem to pretty bright and well made but I wanted to let everyone know the issue I had when I went all LED on my 03' KTM 625 sxc. There is nothing wrong with the lights and it might just be bike specific. I hooked up the front and rear blinkers with the flasher relay and all of the lights would blink at the same time "like hazards". After a lot of trouble shooting and taking apart every connection I made I resorted to Google. I found a post that said to remove the blinker indicator bulb in the event of a problem like I was having. ItÂ fixed the issue and everything works great. Hope this helps if you run into the same problem.Read All Reviews