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Found 25 results

  1. djpreston

    Suzuki DR650SE (2008)

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    Great all round DS bike, not too heavy, good fuel consumption, easy to work on and lots of upgrades available. Seat is not comfortable for long distances unless you have an iron butt...
  2. LiveDrake

    Suzuki DR-Z400E (2005)

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    Love the bike, it has a good amount of power and I like the suspension a lot. The only downside that I find is that the bike is quite heavy; other than that it is bulletproof.
  3. mrXR200r

    Yamaha WR400F (1999)

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    Loads of power, Awesome bike!
  4. aj77donovan

    Honda CRF250X (2006)

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    Its taken a lot of beating and still goes strong. Cant ask for too much more than that.
  5. martyghost

    Honda CRF250L (2015)

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    Unreal. Really happy so far. I had the stage 1 kit fitted before I took delivery of the bike. Gearing is 13/44. Had Renthal Reed bend bars and Kouba lowering link fitted also. One happy chappy!
  6. OathKeeper7

    Barkbusters VPS Handguards

    7 reviews

    Barkbusters VPS (Variable Protection System) Handguards are versatile full-wrap handguards that blend tough obstacle protection with moderate weather coverage. Specifically designed for bikes with long brake and clutch levers, including most street and adventure-touring bikes, the VPS guards feature an adjustable height wind deflector. Barkbusters handguards were first manufactured in 1984 and now have over 28 years of motorcycle industry experience and riding enthusiasm. That history means Barkbusters has what it takes to produce the finest handguards available on the market today. Barkbusters integrates a hardened aluminum backbone with a stylish, replaceable plastic guard to create a truly functional handguard. No more busted levers or knuckles! In the unlikely event that you break a part of the handguard, every piece is replaceable. FEATURES: Hardened aluminum, full-wrap backbones with two-point mounting hardware Appropriate for street, adventure and trail riding Variable Height Wind Deflector is included to provide extra wind protection Includes all mounting hardware
  7. bvdp1234

    Honda CRF150RB Expert (2014)

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    Great bike for my size and with heaps of power. because geez it is quick
  8. 20 A

    Honda XR250R (1996)

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    According to the VIN it is number 62 of the new model so a really early RT model. It has currently has a tall SDG seat which I really like but am looking to put it back to the stock 96 with the purple seat and headlight plastics.
  9. rifraf410

    Yamaha XT250 (2013)

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    It's my first bike so I don't have anything to compare it to, but its a pack mule and the perfect ride for the city!
  10. Bam Bam of Marietta

    KTM 200 EXC (2003)

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    Mandatory review to add a bike??? How? I just bought it and have to set it up. Rear sag was 5"+
  11. Helgar

    Barkbusters EGO Handguard

    11 reviews

    DESCRIPTION: Designed for Enduro and Trail bikes. To fit straight 22mm (7/8") handlebar. Two mounting points secure the full wrap around aluminium design. Compact curved profile ideal for tight bush riding. Heat treated aluminium backbone for maximum strength. Replaceable, high impact resistant plastic guards. Large range of colours matched to popular motorcycle brands. The legendary EGO handguard has proven to be one of the toughest and most durable handguards available. Easy installation. Note: Not ideal for bikes with long clutch and brake levers
  12. immelspin

    Yamaha XT250 (2015)

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    This has been a great bike. Takes me to the trails with no problems, and lots of fun when I get there. Only thing i wish is that there were more after-market support for it.
  13. OathKeeper7

    Honda CRF250L (2013)

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    Absolutely love it! 8800 miles and counting as of 12/30/13. Only complaint is my friends Yamaha is faster. Come on Honda, that will never do!
  14. WesternMDMtnMan

    Barkbusters Storm Handguards

    2 reviews

    PRODUCT DETAILS Fits most 6mm and 8mm thread handlebars using a single-sided attachment point at the bar end. Maximum wind and rain protection for street and adventure-touring bikes! Storm Bar End Mount Backbone features an aluminum frame that mounts to the end of the handlebar. Ideal for bikes without space on the handlebar or other mounting methods. Barkbusters Storm Handguards have an aerodynamic design and a larger profile that wraps around the hands to provide maximum protection from the elements but minimal crash protection as there is no aluminum backbone or handlebar end mount. Barkbusters handguards were first manufactured in 1984 and now have over 28 years of motorcycle industry experience and riding enthusiasm. That history means Barkbusters has what it takes to produce the finest handguards available on the market today. In the unlikely event that you break a part of the handguard, every piece is replaceable.
  15. Hey all show your handlebar set up along with your brush guards or bark busters. Please add brand of bars and guards. Thinking about getting Pro Taper Contour cr high in black or silver or platinum along with Acerbis X factors. In white and red or red with white. See confusing huh? Well for me anyway. Lol thanks all
  16. gday yesterday while riding i went over the bars and turns out iv broken my wrist im pretty sure it was due to the bar busters as thr plastic has broken aswsell has this happened to anyone else.
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