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  1. Jens O

    footpegs Footpegs

    Is there any footpeg brands, that makes footpegs that are designed for riders that are tall, for a Honda CRF450?
  2. Jeremy McGrath shows how footpegs are the foundation for balance in Monster Energy Supercross.
  3. Hello TT, I am in the middle of a 2002 RM250 build and for the life of me cannot figure out proper installation of foot pegs/springs. No matter how I try, it just doesn't seem right. Have looked all over, zoomed in on pics online and still just can't figure it out. The manual doesn't even really show it... Can someone with an 01/02 snap a close up pic of their pegs mounted and post?? This is slowly killing me.
  4. A Black Dog Cycle Works (BDCW) exclusive design The new Black Dog Cycle Works TRACTION Footpegs are designed to answer the call for riders who prefer to tackle difficult terrain in all conditions. Sharp teeth greatly enhance traction in wet and muddy conditions while minimizing wear and tear on riding boots while standing. For enhanced traction, threaded spikes are supplied to provide the ULTIMATE in wet weather traction. DESIGN NOTES We've taken our Platform Footpegs another step forward in our exclusive footpeg line-up. By utilizing the same size and shape as our popularPlatform Footpegs and adding enhancements for better wet weather traction, these peg designs "knock it out of the park" according to one of our trusted testers, Jason Houle. Our new TRACTION Footpegs are sure to please. We've opened up the void areas to allow mud, snow and debris to flow through; changed the teeth from flat to a pointed style; and most importantly, used a thread in "traction spike" to ensure maximum grip on the pegs in wet conditions. Another innovative feature is that the threaded spikes are removable to reduce wear on the soles of your boot when not in wet conditions and be replaceable! NUTS, BOLTS AND BENEFITS Enlarged Size Our pegs are 2.5-inch wide x 4.5-inch long and weight only 6 oz. each. This creates a LARGE, STABLE platform from which to control the bike. They greatly improves control of bike—it’s like adding power steering! More Legroom As with our Platform footpegs, these pegs are 1/2 " lower than stock. It may not sound like much but feedback confirms it is noticeable. Greater Comfort Standing up is so much less fatiguing with the large platform distributing your weight. Enjoy the rider longer! More Open Design By creating larger voids in the peg platform, this new design allows mud, snow and debris to flow through the pegs to keep the treads cleaner. We've also enlarged the bottom of the openings to aid in clearing the pegs. Superior Material and Design These pegs are milled out of tough aircraft-grade aluminum alloy. We've added TRACTION cleats around perimeter of the peg and removable threaded spikes for the ULTIMATE in traction and control. More Traction, Less Boot Wear The threaded spikes are removable (and replaceable) to reduce boot wear for riding in less demanding conditions. Easy Installation We are the only company we're aware of who provide an special “installation pin” which greatly simplifies installation. We also provide replacement cotter pins—no trips to the hardware store required. 5 minute install time. Made in the U.S. No bones about it, we manufacture all of our Black Dog products right here in the U.S.—supporting the local craftsmen, materials and machinery. We have world-class manufacturers in our own backyard and are committed to supporting our local economy, something that's extremely important to us. We feel supporting the U.S. manufacturing base has never been more important. Tested and Trusted Worldwide All of our own products are rigorously tested on our personal bikes BEFORE they’re released. Our innovative and rugged designs are used throughout the world—a fact that we’re very proud of. We make no pretense that we’re the cheapest, but, you can be sure that BDCWproducts are the best made and that we stand behind them. More at the Black Dog Cycle Works Website
  5. So I finally got around to replacing the horrendous Suzuki footpegs. Went with some Moose Racing "Onyx" 1/2" back offset pegs. What should have been a 2-3 minute video turned about 5.5 minutes due to an issue with the right side that required some creative grinding to remedy. It was a strange thing for me. I love the feel, I love the toe-room, but having to grind on a brand new $90 part kinda pissed me off. I spent my own money on these (video not sponsored by Moose in any way) so I think I gave them a fair shake in the video.
  6. OK, before you flame me on this I'm merely curious if anyone has actually tried these things. They appear to be the same Chinese stuff for ~$20 sold by several vendors. What got me curious about them is they appear to be the exact same thing IMS is selling for ~$70. The pegs on my XR are pretty worn, and being a cheapskate I am reluctant to spend $100 or more for pegs. I'll probably buy some better pegs but I really wonder about these.
  7. firstplacephoto

    are fastway pegs available for xr400?

    Are there any fastway pegs that match up on an xr400? I had a set on my bmw dakar and loved them,there is nothing listed in their website for the 400.
  8. AVC

    DR 750 BIG aftermarket footpegs

    Hello everybody, I bought an oldtimer DR recently, it's the DR750 Big from '88. It needs some work but the engine runs fine, and the suspension and wheels seem in very good shape. I've been looking for some bigger footpegs, but I can't seem to find any for the big DR. Ebay is full of dr350 and dr 650 pegs, but I don't know if they will fit my bike. I had a similar problem with my friend's dr125 some years ago, but one day a dr 350 parked in front of my house and I noticed it had the exact same pegs as the dr 125. So they are interchangable. I lost track of that friend so I can't get those pegs back to test them. Does anybody know what pegs fit the big dr 750? thanks!
  9. High On Octane

    DRC Extra Wide 57mm Foot Pegs

    Picked up some new DRC extra wide foot pegs to replace the left foot peg I broke in Moab a couple weeks ago. They seem to be a quality product despite the affordable price. Being cast chromoly steel, they are heavier than the factory cast aluminum ones, but also anticipate them to be more durable as well. Fit and finish were near perfect, no real issues with install or fitment. Quality seems to be fairly good, considering I bought these because they were the cheapest available to me, at $52.95 retail price. With other pegs costing between $100-$200 and out of my budget, my only focus at this time was the most cost effective solution to my broken foot peg. First impressions? These pegs have some serious cleats that are sure to keep your feet planted, or destroy your shin in an accident without moto boots on. They are also visually wider than the factory pegs, being 12mm wider than stock. I haven't ridden on them yet, but just standing on the bike with shoes on, my feet feel firm and much more planted compared to the factory pegs. Also, the nearly wide-open frame of these pegs should help keep mud and dirt from building up inside the peg itself. Entire installation took about 20 minutes and only required a pair of pliers and a mallet. I also installed new cotter pins as I never reuse them if I don't have to. I will update this post after I get in some riding time this weekend.
  10. With a long history of producing high-quality products for the adventure bike segment, the folks at Black Dog Cycle Works are now offering a solid line of performance footpegs & skid plates for most Husqvarna off-road & dual sport motorcycles. I have their skid plate on my KTM 690 Enduro R which I'll be reviewing soon and let me tell you, one of the best designed & built skid plates I've ever used. Not the cheapest option out there, but they we're going for the best and I think they hit that mark! In fact, almost too nice to beat up. Nahhhhhhhhhhh! Black Dog Cycle Works "Ultimate" Skid Plate details @ http://blackdogcw.com/store/bikes/ktm-husky-dirt-dual-sport/ Black Dog Cycle Works "Traction" Footpegs Details @ http://blackdogcw.com/store/bikes/ktm-husky-dirt-dual-sport/
  11. With a long history of producing high-quality products for the adventure bike segment, the folks at Black Dog Cycle Works are now offering a solid line of performance footpegs & skid plates for most Husqvarna off-road & dual sport motorcycles. I have their skid plate on my KTM 690 Enduro R which I'll be reviewing soon and let me tell you, one of the best designed & built skid plates I've ever used. Not the cheapest option out there, but they we're going for the best and I think they hit that mark! In fact, almost too nice to beat up. Nahhhhhhhhhhh! Black Dog Cycle Works "Ultimate" Skid Plate details @ http://blackdogcw.com/store/bikes/ktm-husky-dirt-dual-sport/ Black Dog Cycle Works "Traction" Footpegs Details @ http://blackdogcw.com/store/bikes/ktm-husky-dirt-dual-sport/
  12. You know the drill... when you get a new bike, you spent stupid time looking at all the bolts on parts, just to see what the possibilities are. I ran across the Fasst Company Impact Adventure Foot Peg and just had to try some out... I'll be writing up a full review in coming weeks, so I'll report back when I find for those curious... In a nutshell, the top plate with cleats is fully isolated from the bottom receiver with an elastomer. Details @ https://www.fasstco.com/products/impact-adventure-peg
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