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    Junior Member northcountry's Avatar
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    Did searches and only found reference to crash bars offered in the UK. Anybody know of other suppliers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by northcountry View Post
    Did searches and only found reference to crash bars offered in the UK. Anybody know of other suppliers?


    While not quite a crash bar - I've had the experience that my system works: Hand-guards that attach to the end of the handlebar AND (big and) CycleRacks rear rack. I've dropped my bike on the trail and because of the Cyclerack, it saved the back, and the hand guard saved the front (as well as my clutch/brake lever).
    2007 TW "Muley": Cyclerack rear, 55 tooth rear sprocket, Duro Power Grip & Shinko SR241, Clarke tank, Ricochet bash plate, Mule hitch pin quick seat removal, Trail Tech Vapor w/ Dashboard, hardwired Garmin 60csx & 205w, 12vdc adaptor, independent high beam off/on and signal beeper, modified seat.

    2000 Yamaha V-star 650 Custom - [sold]

    2009 Yamaha WR250R - "Willie Boy" the slimmer faster brother of my Muley.

    2009 Hidden Content . Wow, what fun on the highway!

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    Plus two on JS5's experiences.



    The cyclerack may just as well be a rear guard for the entire rear end

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    Junior Member northcountry's Avatar
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    Good to hear on the cycle rack, have one coming from a member here. Will check out hand guards. Concerned as daughter will be most of the riding. Also will be installing hyperlites and visionx leds on front, as I have done on my Bonne. Can be seen better and the front leds aimed for spotting deer-critters. Still would like front guards though, maybe make up if I can't find.

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