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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.
Michael in NH
Not a fan of these, Im already looking to swap them out to something else because they are not a great fit on my Yamaha tw200 (2019) they will go on. The guard with a lot of finesse will cover the clutch side lever but barely. But the throttle side is a different story, even after tons of finagling and moving things around the aluminum bar on the tusk guard just wont line up with the brake lever. The brake lever is still below the aluminum guard itself, and in jeopardy of still being broken off. And for that reason I dont recommend them for the tw200, their more of a pain than there worth, go by the Acerbis Rally pro.Read All Reviews
Eric in NV
Purchased and installed on my wife's 2019 KTM EXC dual sport bike as she needed an adjustable lever to help with reach, and had dropped the bike and needed a new lever. On install, this seemed like a nice lever and a well-made piece, and the adjustable reach worked as expected. Fast forward to the second ride... she dropped the bike (and I say dropped because it was a tight 1st gear section, she just didn't have the footing to catch it) for the first time on our second ride out with the lever and it bent into a basically un-usable hook shape. She managed to ride back down out of the Sierra's with it like this and once home I slipped a piece of tube over it to see if it could be straightened and salvaged. Snapped almost immediately at the folding pivot mechanism when trying to straighten it back out. $65 for 2 rides is not a great value, and Protaper does not stand behind it. They won't warranty/replace their folding levers like other brands will for bending. Moving on to others at this point, very disappointed.Read All Reviews