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  1. 1 review

    Protect your KTM's frame from wear and keep your boots from catching with these rugged guards from Touratech. Made of high-strength black plastic, the easy-to-install guards give your enduro boots something to rub on other than your frame's paint. This will keep your KTM 1090, 1190, or 1290 looking great for years to come. Sold as a pair. (left and right sides both included)
  2. 1 review

    Riders of the KTM 1290 Super Adventure tend to push their limits on this insanely fast and suspension-latent adventure bike. When the bike inevitably goes down, one of the most vulnerable areas on this beast is the engine case. The AltRider Clutch Side Engine Case Cover is meant for riders who refuse to take a gamble on their machine. The OEM engine case on the 1290 is made from a thin-walled cast aluminum. This choice helps to save overall weight, but also creates a weak point on a vital piece of the engine. If you lay the KTM 1290 down on its right side, there is a real danger of the engine case becoming damaged by large debris or even from the brake lever tip bending into it, potentially bursting into the case. Compared to several competitor options made from molded plastic, we created an engine case cover made from a single piece of 3.2 mm aluminum. This exceptionally strong 6061-TG6 aluminum alloy has a tensile strength of at least 42,000 psi (300 MPa) and yield strength of at least 35,000 psi 241 MPa. Rubber backers spread the load of impact, as well as allow the cover to maintain a low profile. Flush stainless steel fasteners and a deburred product prevent scuffing up your boots and pants. The design of the case cover also incorporates the ingenuity of the AltRider Brake Lever Shield, preventing unwanted and unexpected early braking. The close design of the OEM brake lever creates early interference with the riders boot during braking. This is unique to the KTM 1290 as KTM worked hard to make the large displacement engine still feel narrow, which in turn provided little options for routing the rear brake lever. The lever arm extends into the rider boot area above the brake tip thus creating earlier-than-expected braking. An outward flange on the AltRider Engine Case Cover prevents accidental engagement of the brake arm while still providing a surface to properly hug the bike with your boot, all without interrupting any feel or ergonomics. AltRider motorcycle accessories are 100% designed and manufactured in the USA Protects engine case from damage caused by debris or rear brake lever Prevents accidental engagement of rear brake Easy installation with flush mount hardware Deburred to prevent snagged or caught clothing Made of 3.2 mm (1/8 in.) aluminum Available in black, silver, and orange
  3. 0 comments

    Amazing machine. I've noticed its not as high quality as a BMW but its definitely built for my riding style. KTM has come short on my deal and hasn't activated KTM my ride, hill assist, quick shift, or heated grips. They don't know how to make these options work. It's been a month sense I bought the bike and I haven't got to fully use my bike yet.
  4. 1 review

    Upper and lower engine protection
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    Saying that I am in love with this bike would be an understatement. Out of all the motorcycles I have owned throughout the years, the 1290 SA has been my favorite. Modifications: Rottweiler Stage 3 Intake Kit Blackdog Skid Plate Cyclops LED Headlights Cyclops LED Lightbar Mosko Moto Backcountry Bags Blackdog Oil Cooler Guard Rottweiler Stage 2 SAS and Canister Delete Rottweiler CRG Mirros Rox Risers Sagent Custom Seats SW Motech Rear Master Cylinder Guard
  6. 1 review

    Engine guards for the 2016-17 Honda Africa Twin.
  7. 0 comments

    2017DEC15: After many years of multiple bikes in the garage, I have gutted the garage and settled onto one bike--the Honda Africa Twin. This occurred in early August, 2017. During the first four months, my AT has been to KY, VA, NC, SC, and of course many places in TN. With the exception of about 25 miles, all have been pavement miles and the OEM street tires. So, now that the winter temperature are moving in, the AT has been sitting more than the Concours 14 would during these days. Why? Probably time available to ride which is now different (temporarily), but also maybe wind protection and heated grips. Really, though my riding gear is good, heated grips are here awaiting installation, and there is some nice engine heat flowing on the upper legs, but it could be more that the days are shorter and I am having to re-ride the same roads to get into the hilly areas that are about two hours east of here. For the winter riding in my area, the street tires will remain fitted. In the mean time some 60/40 Shinkos are in the garage and will be fitted as close to a departure for areas out west. Have never used Shinko tires, but figure I would try these once. So, about the bike. I like it! Engine power/torque is more than adequate. Gearing is fine for pavement, but too tall for out west. Having ridden many nice roads in the Appalachian mountains and the Cumberland plateau, and of course the Tail of the Dragon, I have to say the bike works well. From the start, I was not confident in the skinny front tire, but the rubber compound is soft and sticks well. The OEM handguards are not robust enough for tip-over impacts with the ground, so Bark Busters have been added. Also, since I like having trail spares, the OEM levers were moved to the E12 saddlebags for standby duty. Some blue anodized short levers from an eBay seller in China have been mounted. These are sturdy levers and more economical to use. I had an orange set on the 690R and they survived four tip-overs.
  8. 1 review

    The side stand switch is a serious vulnerability of the BMW R 1200 GS, allowing your ride to be disabled by a stray stick or other trail debris. Eliminate this weak point with a side stand switch guard from AltRider. The AltRider guard is constructed from 2 mm anodized aluminum. This material provides solid, lightweight protection for the side stand switch. The design allows for complete coverage while enhancing the overall look of your bike. Installation is simple with the provided hardware. Available in silver or black. NOTE: Fits bikes built September 2013 or later. Switch must be attached with screw, not c-clip. Compatible with the R 1200 GS Adventure AltRider motorcycle accessories are 100% designed and manufactured in the USA Side Stand Switch Guard prevents motorcycle from being disabled by trail hazards Constructed from 2 mm anodized aluminum Installs in minutes Available in silver or black
  9. 1 review

    Connect your Altrider Lower Crash Bars with your OEM upper crash bars.
  10. 1 review

    Cycra ULTRA Probend CRM Wrap Around Handguards: The all new ULTRA Probends combine the premium features of Cycra handguards that customers have come to love and depend on. Cycra has improved every aspect of the new �ULTRA� design and configuration. From its New CRM clamp, that provides maximum bite to secure the handguards and allows for superior clearance on a wider range of bars; to its brand new (patented) CNC billet machined bar, made from 6061 aircraft quality aluminum creating a varied wall thickness and slimmer profile. New shield design that takes cues from the iconic �Cycra Enduro Hand Shield� to a dramatic new form with better ergonomic profile, removable dual zone ventilation system, and integrated abrasion guard with slimmer profile. Also included, the new Powergrip Bar Ends with slotted barrel allows for a more secure bite than ever before. .
  11. 0 reviews

    Designed to protect your chain from rocks or debris. All mounting hardware is included for an easy installation. Fits: Triumph Tiger 800 & 800XC
  12. 1 review

    Our skid plates are made of rugged 3/16" aluminum. They feature tig welded engine guards.Installation is an easy bolt on procedure with all mounting hardware included! It also offers a built in clean out slot and oil plug hole, along with a hole for oil screen removal,making them the best in the business! Plus it is a wiser choice than carbon fiber, due to lower cost and far better durability. f you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase we will be happy to refund, replace or modify to fit.
  13. 1 review

    PN BMWFU0081SCBG Material: Steel Bending: CNC Cutting: Laser Welds: TIG Painting: Powder Color: silver No interference with the structure of the motorcycle Kit includes all necessary parts for installation
  14. 1 review

    Radiator protection for KTM 690 Enduro/SMC
  15. 1 review

    Available for all BMW R1200 Factory Crash Bars models Protects motor from critical damage by covering vulnerable opening in factory crash bar SKU=294A Brushed Aluminum Finish with Ricochet or GS logo. Adhesive foam weather stripping included to prevent vibration noise. Constructed with .160" 5052 H-32 Aluminum. All mounting hardware included. Add a durable anodize finish of a color of your choice.
  16. 1 review

    Keep your R1200 GSW headers from dents and dings by installing the AltRider Header Guards. Made of 1.5 mm thick stainless steel, it utilizes a six-flange design to wrap around the pipe and offer superior coverage against kicked up rocks and debris. This piece offers protection and an aggressive look to your machine. To ensure perfect fit, the AltRider Header Guard was designed to be easily conformed to the contours of each header pipe before attaching with the included stainless hose clamps. Made from 304 stainless steel Provided with high quality stainless steel clamps 1.5 mm thick Length 37.5 cm (14.75 in) Fits manifold/exhaust tube 42-48 mm (1.6 - 1.9 in) in diameter Includes 2 guards and 4 hose clamps Whether you ride on or off road, be sure to protect your BMW R 1200 GSW Adventure with an AltRider Header Guard.
  17. I have been a SPOT user for about five years now and am very familiar with the benefits of their personal tracking devices like the Gen 1 and now the Gen 3 I have. But my trip down to Copper Canyon on the project bike had me wondering about a tracking option for the bike itself. I have quite a lot of my own and other people's money invested in this bike and I really need to do my best to keep an eye on it should it grow legs and walk away from me. The SPOT Trace: This video shows a motorcycle recovery using their Trace device I will be evaluating this product over the course of the next year. I'll be doing an unboxing and installation video as well as a review in the near future. The Trace sells for $119 and various service packages exist for as little as $10/month or $99/year. One can power the device with either some AAA lithium batteries or hard-wired with a water proof cable.
  18. What bits of AltRider goodness are on the box?
  19. AltRider announced today a new line of protection parts (skid plates, oil cooler guards, headlight guards, radiator guards, luggage racks, high fender mounts) for the Ducati Scrambler as well as three Triumph bikes: Bonneville, Scrambler and Thruxton.
  20. 0 comments

    My wife and I purchased this bike brand new and we absolutely love it.
  21. 0 comments

    For 2 years I looked a machine that suits me, you can't force yourself to like something nor will you buy the bike for someone else. This is my machine, perfect bike for me :)
  22. 0 comments

    Biggest bike I have owned. After a year, I still find the big girl intimidating... but I'm learning and appreciating it more and more.