Please select make, model and yearSide Panels
Side panels are a crucial part of your bike. They often take the brunt of bumps and laydowns. You’re your bike look like new again by replacing your scratched up side panels with a new set from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. We carry brands like Acerbis and Polisport. (We also have OEM side panels. Just take a look at our OEM parts.)
Consider a few of the benefits of dirt bike side panels:
We carry side panels for your favorite motorcycle manufacturer: Yamaha, Honda, KTM, Kawasaki and Suzuki. All you need to do to see what is available for you bike is enter its make, model and year. Try it out now to see how your dirt bike might be improved with new side panels.
Alex in BC
At first I was very happy with this product, it made getting the bike onto the stand easy. Over time however pressure is continually put on the longer silencer bolts. Eventually my silencer bolts broke off in my subrame and I had to grind out and replace the subframe rivnut. Because of this I did not reinstall the handle. Most lift straps/handles connect to 12mm seat bolts that don't exist on current KTM's. Instead smaller longer bolts are used to fasten the handle using the silencer bolts and over time they may not hold up to the stress/weight of being repeatedly lifted. The bolts didn't fail until after about 2 years of regular riding, so if you're willing to replace the bolts occasionally this may be a viable solution, but be aware the longer bolts are not an OEM part, and may be hard to find without buying another handle.Read All Reviews
Dennis in TX
These seem to work just fine and keep the air box where it belongs, but I would not consider them essential. The billet washers that are on the outside of the air box cover get worn after the first ride so don't expect them to look super cool after a few rides. Also, the screws are pretty long so you'll need a cordless driver if you don't want to stand there all day unscrewing the cover. And once they're on, you can't change your mind and go back to the OEM style unless you want to leave the holes in the cover. I doubt I'll use these on my next bike.Read All Reviews