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Jerome in TX
I purchased a second set of Cycra guards for my second bike, (the first set was mounted to a CR250, the second I recently tried to mount on a CRF 450).... The old design was GREAT! To be clear, I am reviewing the CRM model, which looking at RC's website, it looks like the old, (short), design is no longer available??? The new design of the CRM model places the inside guard mount very near, (essentially right up against), the handlebar mount, (verses the older design where the inside guard mount was placed midway between the controls and the handlebar mount). Let me tell you the FLAWS! 1.) The guard mounts have to fit between the top of the fork tube and the handlebar itself. To get the mount to fit, I had to lower my forks about a quarter inch on each side. Unexpected surprise #1. 2.) Along with having to make room for the mount to fit between the bar and the forks, I also noticed that the mount was about the exact width as the space between the upper bridge of the fork structure, (the part that looks like you can grab onto it with a crescent wrench), so the mount would continually ride against this structure unless I dropped the forks another quarter inch, NOT. I was not going to succumb to surprise #2. 3.) The CRM model obstructs the fork bleed valve since the mount is located just to the inside of the bleeder valve and extends up and out, right over the valve, so either: a) forget about bleeding your forks again, (which you should do after every ride) or b:) purchase button release bleed valves for an added $50. Surprise #3. 4.) The primary aluminum frame paralleling the bars goes OVER the cables/brake line, (actually touching them, whereas the old design went under the cable/brake line). Terrible design with the CRM model since the cables/brake lines need to be free to extend upward upon compression of the front forks, (where else are the cables going to go but up - great thing you CRM owners have a cable and brake line STOP mounted in the middle of your line/cable - I wonder how many blows your lines will take before, lets say, rupturing your hydraulic line?). Surprise #4 - and no more! 5.) Additionally, the length of the guard would require me to replace the existing number plate that I have. My CRF450 number plate has a plastic extension that wraps around the handlebar pad on one side. The CRM design places the guard bar in the same location as the plastic. The quality of the product is great. The engineering and design is 3rd grade! I love this sport and it frustrates me to no end to have a quality company like Cycra turn out such poor design, (I hope they read this!). Ive never returned a product to Rocky Mountain before this, but this CRM design is a leap backwards in design from their earlier model that mounts midway on the bar! I wasted 2 hours of my life trying to accommodate these guards. Dont do the same. Save yourself the frustration, and dont buy the CRM modelRead All Reviews
kevin in AR
These hanguards are nice on some bikes and not so much on the others. I had these on my 03 ktm and loved them.(except i couldnt cut my bars down) Pulled them off and put them on my honda crf... Im ordering the regular style for this bike. I love cycra but this design will not work well with many bikes. I couldnt cut my bars down on either bike which i did not like, the bar mounts cover your fork adjuster and bleeder screw on the honda crf (didnt on my ktm). They wont fit with the quick bleeders installed. You may even have to lower your forks. I got these and ordered triple clamp mounts for my crf250x only to find that the mounts were for the regular guards not the crms. I mounted the right mount on the left and left mount on the right where they worked just fine and left my fork adjustments open. Your better off without the crm model. I am going to order the regulars soon.Read All Reviews
Garrett in CA
These hand guards are good for the price. They keep the mud off your hands in sloppy conditions. I wish the arms that connect the guards to bars were made of metal because as a result of crashing maybe 2-3 on the right side, the right hand guard broke clean off. Although they are a bit flexible. Nice that they come with multiple color choices. Overall I'd give them a 7 out of 10.Read All Reviews
Jared in TN
First, these guards seem to stick out a good foot from your grip. The fitment is good, the material is very good, plenty sturdy, and far lighter than the aluminum frame type. But they look odd, and don't offer as much protection because the guard protrudes so far out to the front.Read All Reviews
Jeannie in CA
Easy to install and once on they dont move or break.Read All Reviews
joe in TN
i wouldnt use anything elseRead All Reviews