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Dual sport bike riders need precise handling of their machine so they can turn sharp corners at the drop of a hat. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC has a complete line of dual sport bike handlebar-control parts so you can get the exact grip and maneuvering you want. Find dual sport bike handlebars, bar pads, grips, footpegs, hand guards, levers, hydraulic clutches, brake lines and more. If you’re looking for new handle bar grips, we have pages and pages to choose from in a variety of grip patterns and colors. If you want to update or change your bike’s handlebar levers, we have you covered there too, with brake levers, clutch levers and even thumb warmers - prefect for cold weather riding and adventure touring. We also have a complete inventory of foot pegs and foot controls that give your bike excellent balance, while enhancing the way your bike handles and moves. Find all the dual sport handlebar and control parts you need to customize the handling of your bike – only at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com.
Blake in MI
Take this with a grain of salt, if you like a more customized riding position i.e. bars more forward and back or your hand guards to be a bit lower or higher depending on lever placement I WOULD NOT recommend these as once they are on your bars and guards are in one set position. Also if you fall your guards can not spin due to being mounted like this, they instead will bend and depending on how bad the fall is it may leave you hand partially exposed. I had bent mine and had to ride with it being bent up for the weekend and then once I got home I had to pull it off and re-bend it which took a little longer than desired since you have to get the angle right so that it will line up with the mount.... That being said if you aren't picky about bar tilt/ lever location then these may be just fine for you also if you don't have some higher speed crashes then you'll probably be fine in regards to them bending.Read All Reviews