Please select make, model and yearNerf Bars
In the protection department, there are few parts you can add to your ATV that are better than nerf bars. They will protect your feet in the event that they slide off the foot pegs. This is particularly important in high impact landings. They also protect against brush-ups with other quads, acting as a sort of side bumper. One thing is for sure – nerf bars are an important piece of equipment if you want to be safer while riding.
Fortunately, there are plenty of options that offer safety combined with style. At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we’ve selected a number of popular nerf bar options that also incorporate another aspect our customers appreciate: great value. If that wasn’t enough, we’ve also hunted down a few great heel guards too. In some cases, there are even options of combos of the two. With safety, style and value in mind, we proudly present nerf bars and heel guards from these respected brands:
In most cases, multiple options are available from each manufacturer.
Of course, these nerf bars are specific to your type of machine. Do you have a Banshee 350? A Raptor 700? A TRX450R? A 400EX? Regardless of what your machine is, it’s easy to identify which nerf bars are matched to it. Just enter your quad’s details above. That’s it!
If you’re looking for ATV nerf bars, there isn’t a better place than Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. Make safety a priority and pick up a set today.
Richard in MD
So I put this on and was like what the?! Front mounting bolt wasn't lining up with the frame. Just had to push down about 1.5" on it and it was all good. The biggest pain was the mounting to the rear fender. Did not line up and ended up having to bend the fender bracket some. Was a bit of a pain but once it was on it looked great. First ride with them they saved my leg. Blocked a big piece of wood from smashing into me. Net broke at a seam but better than busting my leg up. Even though fit was a pain I'd recommend it.Read All Reviews
Brian in CA
Great nerf bars considering the price. Put them on a Yamaha blaster. I had to drill some holes to get it to fit right and also the netting was in the way of the shifter and brake pedal. I also wish they had a heel guard so your foot can’t get sucked under the rear wheelRead All Reviews
Mike in OK
Tusk nerfbars on my son's 400ex. These nets are half as thin as most brands and last about one race season.Read All Reviews