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Found 28 results

  1. ThumperTalk

    Fastway F6 Footpegs

    1 review

    Built-in ergonomics; adjustable grip, height and setup Electromagnetic-polished patented system Allow both standard and lowboy setup with reversible collar insert with each peg; collars may also be purchased separately to take footpegs from one make to another for an exact fit Superwide (58mm) for comfort and traction control 8mm Fast Kamber Mounting System (FKMS) allows camber angle adjustment for more control to keep a rider on the bike Available in three versions: F3, F5 and F6 F3 footpegs feature SS setscrew teeth; easily adjustable and replaceable F5 footpegs feature SS press-pin teeth that are semi-replaceable (can be replaced up to three times); no adjustment necessary; just bolt up and ride F6 footpegs have the same great features as the F3 and F5 but have an improved cleat design to provide sure grip footing in any terrain Each system comes with reversible collars, springs, an 8mm FKMS system and teeth (F3 footpegs come with two different height setscrews, and F5 footpegs come with press-pin teeth installed)
  2. ThumperTalk

    MSR Standard Footpegs

    2 reviews

    Stainless steel cast construction resists rust and corrosion for added life and durability. Exclusive CAMBER cleat design aids in enhanced rider positioning and control. Aggressive peak cleat pattern keeps rider firmly planted in all weather conditions. Perfect for MX, Off-Road and Enduro riding and racing. Open flow thru design keeps mud and rocks from building up. Made in the U.S.A.
  3. Bryan Bosch

    IMS Core Enduro Foot Pegs

    1 review

    -Cast Certified 17-4 Stainless Steel -Certified Heat Treating / Homogenizing / Annealing Process -Tested and developed with factory race teams -Innovative wall design provides optimal tooth surface while reducing weight -Raw Works-Style Finish -Standard and Sharp tooth designs let you choose - Exceptional or Extreme Grip -Increased width on Core Enduro Model -Patented mud relief tooth design -Built in the U.S.A. -Lifetime Warranty The Core Enduro Footpeg is ready to take the adventure to the next level. Go longer, harder, and faster with a wider base that provides more leverage on adventure style rides. Standard teeth provide an "OEM" style feeling while the Sharp option offers the platform, look and feel of a one-off factory footpegs. These are sure to keep your boots planted no matter what's around the next corner. The CORE series is the latest edition to IMS' ever growing line up of off-road footpegs. Developed in conjunction with factory teams like off-road KTM and Husqvarna, CORE pegs have been tailor fit to riders needs. The CORE pegs have conquered numerous race wins before being released to test and prove the comfort, and durability in the harshest conditions.
  4. blone

    XR's Only

    3 reviews

    DESCRIPTION Three stout rails at over two inches wide, the XR\'s Only Footpegs provide impressive strength and optimal rider stability over wimpy OEM foot pegs. Powder coated and chromed for durability, the pegs have won multiple championships throughout the years, including Best In The Desert and SCORE Baja 500 and Baja 1000 victories.
  5. Bryan Bosch

    Peg Armor Foot Peg Guards

    1 review

    These stainless steel guards prevent mud and debris from packing into the foot peg spring mechanism. Using these guards will ensure that your foot pegs will always return to the standard horizontal position. Features: 304 stainless steel construction One piece design with tig welded seams Bolt on design no modifications Patent pending
  6. Bryan Bosch

    Fastway Adventure Foot Pegs

    6 reviews

    These guys are designed for Adventure. Whether you’re ripping a snow bike across the frozen backcountry, riding an old road bed through a deep pine forest, or cruising along a twisty mountain road - Fastway’s Adventure pegs offer a level of comfort and control you’ve never thought possible. We’ve packed all our foot peg technology inside, and given them the looks to compliment any Adventure bike, or Off-road bike on our fitment list. Every angle has been carefully designed to shed mud and snow, all while making you wonder why you didn’t buy them sooner. Measuring a perfect 2.25" front to back by 4.75" wide- they’re the perfect solution for your next Adventure.
  7. Scott Meshey 141

    Fly Racing Gator Footpegs

    3 reviews

    The unique arched design of the Gator footpegs allows for a wider footbed without compromising control. Your foot can roll on the arched cleats while shifting and/or braking so you stay in contact with more of the peg instead of just the front or back edge common with most wide flat foot pegs. Features: 17-4 Stainless steel 58mm wide x 90mm length construction Open cleat design prevents mud build-up Easy to install with no modifications Made in USA
  8. ThumperTalk

    Scar Racing Evolution Racing Footpegs

    1 review

    The Evolution of the Standard footpegs; Scar is the inventor of footpegs with integrated component teeth (a registered design) Made from high quality aerospace aluminium then CNC-machined; 40% lighter and 20% more resistant than OEM Exceptional grip with the new sharpened teeth made out of high strength tempered steel The body of the Foot pegs is 57mm width (+ 10mm compares to the stock pegs) Comfort improved & better control, thanks to an increased width which provides 30% more surface are for greater shock absorption during high G loading (casing jumps etc...) Ideal for extreme conditions, such as sand or mud
  9. smv ryder

    Tusk Billet Pegs

    3 reviews

    PRODUCT DETAILS The Tusk Billet Race Foot Pegs have been designed to be wider giving your foot more control and making it so your foot sits comfortably. The Tusk Billet Race Foot Pegs will mount up staying sturdy and in place and not drop down. High performance foot peg that features a wide platform and aggressive teeth for the utmost comfort and control. Platform Measures 2 ¼" x 3 ¼" (57x83mm) CNC machined from forged 6061 T-6 aluminum and anodized to be extremely durable. Stainless steel teeth offer the perfect amount of grip while resisting wear.
  10. 1 review

    Lighter than stock Much wider than stock with exceptional grip Moves pegs back 1/2in. for a less cramped feel and easier braking and shifting Open design to prevent mud and dirt build up Mounts quickly and easily using stock hardware Works with stock or aftermarket peg bar
  11. marauder1441

    DRC Products - Wide Footpeg

    3 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS Durable steel wide foot pegs. Made of chromium molybdenum steel for extreme durability. 50mm step width provides better grip and control. Mid(Stock step height), High (5mm higher than stock peg position) and Low (5mm lower than stock peg position) are available for rider's body type or use. Black chrome plate coating finish for less corrosion.
  12. uuc328

    Turner Footpegs

    1 review

    DESCRIPTION Made from CNC-machined forged 6061 T6 aluminum. Quality anodized for durability and good looks. Replaceable stainless steel cleats. Dimensions: 3-1/4" X 2-1/4" (57 mm X 83 mm). Sold as a pair.
  13. ThumperTalk

    Fastway F3 Footpegs

    4 reviews

    Built-in ergonomics; adjustable grip, height and setup Electromagnetic-polished patented system Allow both standard and lowboy setup with reversible collar insert with each peg; collars may also be purchased separately to take footpegs from one make to another for an exact fit Superwide (58mm) for comfort and traction control 8mm Fast Kamber Mounting System (FKMS) allows camber angle adjustment for more control to keep a rider on the bike Available in three versions: F3, F5 and F6 F3 footpegs feature SS setscrew teeth; easily adjustable and replaceable F5 footpegs feature SS press-pin teeth that are semi-replaceable (can be replaced up to three times); no adjustment necessary; just bolt up and ride F6 footpegs have the same great features as the F3 and F5 but have an improved cleat design to provide sure grip footing in any terrain Each system comes with reversible collars, springs, an 8mm FKMS system and teeth (F3 footpegs come with two different height setscrews, and F5 footpegs come with press-pin teeth installed)
  14. ThumperTalk

    Pivot Pegz Mark 3 Pivot Pegz

    2 reviews

    Wider, lighter, stronger design Widest (60mm) and lightest pivoting pegs on the market Upgraded heavy duty, long life springs Unique multi-directional grip pattern Outstanding build quality Lifetime Warranty Made in Australia Expanded motorcycle fitment range
  15. 2 reviews

    Extra Wide 57mm pegs soften monster landings Super light and strong Triple cleated design with cross brace
  16. 0 reviews

    Rescue Pegs - Passenger pegs for your dirt bike! Test mule: 2011 KTM 450EXC Price: $59.95 w/free shipping (Updated 5/31/2013) Product Link: http://www.pacblueco...ts/product-info Intro: This all started a few months back when I sold my KLX and got the itch to get something new, a KTM. After finding my 450EXC and putting a deposit down, like most of us do, I start showing pictures to friends, family, and of course, the girlfriend. Now if you have a girlfriend like mine, the first question out of her mouth was, "Where do I sit?..." Crap... With the KLX the occasional ride to the lake, or down some trails, or on the golf course was no problem because of course the KLX is not a true dirt based bike, but rather an enduro, and it comes with a nice little set of fold down passenger pegs like on most any other moto. I'll admit it wasn't the most comfortable thing having two people shoved on a little 250 but the idea isn't to go tour the country, just short jaunts here or there on a nice day so we could both do what we enjoy, her spending time with me, and me spending time with her... And the bike. : P With the KTM though, obviously, there's no such thing as a passenger set of pegs or even the thought as to why you would ever need or want them, and why would you?... IT'S A DIRT BIKE! Nevertheless, the hunt was on for something that would work as a footrest for my little lady to set her feet on while we went on the occasional ride. A not so quick google search later, I found Rescue Pegs. Unboxing: I received the pegs in the mail a very short time after placing the order and included in the heavy cloth packaging is a letter from the owner/creator of the pegs, a poster, some stickers, and of course, instructions with warranty info on the reverse. Packaging... Measurements... Installation: Very straight forward (obviously) and takes less than 5 minutes. You have two options: 1.) Slip the rescue pegs over your existing footpegs and leave the baseplate and screws un-attached. This will leave the rescue pegs free to move a little bit but will not become dislodged as long as you keep a little pressure on them with your foot. 2.) Slip the rescue pegs over your existing footpegs, and fasten the baseplate down with the provided 12mm nyloc bolts, two per side. I prefer the second option since I don't like having things loose hanging off the bike, even if there is only a slim chance of them moving out of place. This will be more of a personal preference thing but my thought is if you are carrying the pegs with you as an emergency item in a pack or whatever, a 1/4" ratchet with one 12mm will hardly be an issue. Installed... Riding Impressions: The first thing you'll notice is the 'hanger' that holds the rescue pegs on the original pegs is slightly higher than everything else and is a bit slick if you don't have you feet planted in the right position. This was a little annoying initially but that was just me riding with no passenger. When you have someone with their feet on the rescue pegs, it actually holds your foot in position and with me having narrow feet, kept my foot on the inside of the hanger hump and in perfect placement for the brake & clutch. I rode around a bit more with the rescue pegs attached and found that once you get over the initial awkwardness of feeling a high spot, you forget that it's there. I have seen some photos of the rescue pegs installed on other bikes and they look to sit flush with the factory footpeg teeth. So depending on what you ride this may be a non-issue if your factory pegs have larger gaps between their 'teeth,' which would allow the rescue peg's hanger to set farther down into the groove. The other thing that is immediately apparent is how much wider they make the bike look. While not really an issue on the KTM because of the high ground clearance, you will still need to be careful that you're not leaning over too far because your lean angle is decreased and even though the rescue pegs allow the factory pegs to pivot though their normal range, you don't want to take your passenger's toes off. Passenger foot room is great and my girlfriend didn't have any problems keeping her feet on while we were scooting around due to lack of space. Keep in mind though, we were not, nor do we ever wear full boots when we ride around together. The extra width of boots shouldn't be an issue though as that's what the rescue pegs were initially intended to accommodate, and my girlfriend and I found that we did have a little extra space to play around with with normal shoes. Riding position for the passenger is also very good as you are sitting in the natural position you should on a dirt bike with the exception of having a torso to grab instead of handlebars. One last thing I would like to mention is if you are the type that likes to put your kickstand up or down while sitting on the bike, the extra peg width will make this next to impossible, so just step off and put the kickstand down, and put it up before swinging a leg over. Also made a little more awkward is backing up, because you don't have the full range of motion to go beside or behind the footpegs to start your rearward thrust, you will forced to scuttle back instead. If you have short legs. you might want to just step off and back the bike up, then hop back on. Conclusion: In reading the very few other posts online about these rescue pegs, there seems to be lots of mixed feelings about the idea of having another person on a dirt bike. I could see why it could seem a bit silly at first, but the practicality of having the option-to, along with the "just in case" safety factor if you're out in BFE with some friends and someone gets hurt, is well worth the $50 price tag. For myself and my intended use, they work perfect. Hope you guys enjoyed the review and photos and if you have any questions, just let me know! -LC
  17. Bryan Bosch

    Raptor Titanium Enduro Footpegs

    3 reviews

    Super strong. Using hand-fabricated, aerospace-grade titanium and the latest manufacturing techniques to produce the strongest welds, eliminating stress and corrosion. Ultra light-weight, only 410g per set. Maximum grip 24 tooth design, 3 Rows of teeth on a wider platform (57mm) offering a greater surface area. Anti-clog design to resist mud clogging and buildup. Hand-fabricated in the UK. All Raptor Titanium footpegs are supplied with compatible stainless steel springs. Extra springs can be obtained from our accessories page.
  18. ThumperTalk

    IMS Pro Series Foot Pegs

    14 reviews

    Pro-series foot pegs are made of stainless steel More traction than stock. 50mm X 75mm Hard coated to prevent drooping
  19. ThumperTalk

    IMS Super-Stock Footpegs

    7 reviews

    Wider than stock for sure-footed comfort Cast from stainless steel not welded Serrated for positive footing, but points are rounded for safety
  20. ThumperTalk

    IMS Bigfoot Footpegs

    4 reviews

    Cast from 17-4 stainless steel Provides a platform that is as much as 27% wider than stock (57mm vs. 45mm) Features IMS patented sprocket tooth design for unparalleled grip and mud relief Used by racers from Factory KTM, Team Green Off-Road and Honda Off-Road
  21. Russhole

    Fastway Evolution 3 Foot Pegs

    19 reviews

    EVOLUTION 3 These are the industry standard for serious Motocross, Off-road and Adventure riders. They’re the strongest, most durable, and most affordable adjustable foot peg on the market. Whether you’re taking an easy trail ride, or taking on the Sahara, these pegs won’t let you down. The Evolution 3’s feature all our technology, wrapped in a classic stainless steel body. If you can manage to hurt one of these pegs, your bike is likely looking for a spot in the scrap heap. 3.25" wide by 2.25” front to back.
  22. ThumperTalk

    Moose Racing Pro Footpegs

    1 review

    Constructed from cast, heat-treated and hardened 17-4 stainless steel Width (57mm) and length (90mm); slightly convex platform for better boot positioning and grip when leaning forward or back Larger surface area with serrated teeth for positive gripping Made for the aggressive rider Available with 1/2 rear offset to allow more space Sold in pairs Made in the U.S.A.
  23. 2 reviews

    DESCRIPTION Like the Titanium Footpegs, the pegs feature a triple row cleat design with a cross brace for positive grip and impact strength. They are 57mm wide for added grip and strength. FEATURES Stainless steel pegs are not only stronger and lighter than stock, in most cases they are a more cost effective alternative to OEM pegs Simple bolt on installation with no modifications Alternating V & X shaped teeth provide a positive grip regardless of conditions 57mm wide foot bed creates a confidence inspiring stable platform Made in the USA
  24. nks0

    RHK Technology Footpegs

    3 reviews

    DESCRIPTION Forged from solid billet aluminium these extremely lightweight foot pegs are refined during the manufacturing process for unrivalled strength. The unique triple bridge design allows for 17 teeth across 3 rows for superb grip. The aerodynamic design reduces excess mud build up and 57mm overall width provides greater stability. All this and spare standard grips plus and additional set of super aggressive teeth. The RHK Pursuit foot peg is a must have for all serious riders and racers. SPECIFICATIONS SKU: L05YA120001 Brand: RHK Technology Shipping Weight: 0.9900kg
  25. BDubb106

    Raptor Titanium MX Footpegs

    1 review

    DESCRIPTION Super strong. Using hand-fabricated, aerospace-grade titanium and the latest manufacturing techniques to produce the strongest welds, eliminating stress and corrosion. Ultra light-weight, only 410g per set. Maximum grip 24 tooth design, 3 Rows of teeth on a wider platform (57mm) offering a greater surface area. Anti-clog design to resist mud clogging and buildup. Hand-fabricated in the UK. All Raptor Titanium footpegs are supplied with compatible stainless steel springs. Extra springs can be obtained from our accessories page.
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