I purchased these because I have had really good luck with their Rally hand guards.I thought that these had a metal reinforcing strap molded into the plastic,but apparently does not go clear across.So,I installed them last night,went riding this morning and the one time I laid the bike down one of them broke in two.I am very disappointed.Had I bothered to read the reviews,I would have spent a little more money and purchased a pair of better hand guards.Now I'm out 80 bucks and still need hand guards.
Acerbis Rally III Handguards
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The Rally III hand guards are the latest and most technologically advanced Acerbis handguards. Designed by the Acerbis R&D Department in collaboration with world-class riders, the previous version has been optimized in its attachment to handlebars and designed so the spoiler follows the shape of the hand for optimum protection in all conditions. Made of rigid polypropylene, with new metal inserts to avoid rotation in the event of a fall. Supplied with universal mounting kit, made of anti-corrosive aluminum, and with a preformed shape to avoid collision with master cylinder and clutch. Fits handelbar diameters from 22 to 28 mm.
- Dual-injection molded construction allows for a rigid spine combined with a more pliable plastic spoiler.
- Allows plenty of room for cables and brake lines.
- Included is the X-STRONG aluminum universal mounting kit for 7/8" & 1-1/8" handlebars.
Had an incident out in the desert by my house and these things held up perfectly. Wished I could say the same for my shoulder and knee, both separated in the fall.
These were extremely easy to install and look great. They block just enough air on my cold morning commutes to work to keep my hands from going numb.
Bought these because would fit on my 1-1/8 handlebars and were the cheapest. I was in love with these because they look nice, fit well, and protected my hands.. But I was out in the snow today and while drifting my bike caught ground and I fell over going about 15 mph and before I hit the ground I heard plastic cracking. They are still in working condition but look broken so I'll probably just go ahead and buy another pair of different ones
Best handguards I have ever owned. I put them on my 2010 CRF250R and I have plenty of hand room and protection. Great for long rides and races
I'm kinda new to woods riding and didn't think I needed hand guards. Well it only took one stubborn pine tree to change my mind. These guards are well made and come with hardware for 7/8" and 1 1/8" bars. I've been a little disappointed in how they hold up over time but I haven't found a brand I like better. I would recommend.
Hand guards are one of those things that you need when you don't have them, and then don't when you do. But I have put these to some tests and they are great, and look even better. The installation was simple, especially compared to previous Acerbis styles.
The hand guards look sharp, come with everything you need to mount them, and mount up very clean and fit great.
I was in love with these hand guards until I put them to their first test (my third ride!!) My front tire washed out and I went down on the right side in 2nd gear coming into a corner. The hand guard cracked between the part that guards your brake reservoir and the part that guards your hand.
I was and still am extremely disappointed that these cracked the first time they hit the dirt at a low speed. I would love to have another pair but I cannot afford $80 hand guards every time I ride.
These look great and are really strong despite not having the metal bar running through them. I like the locking feature that keeps them from turning at the end of the bars. And to top it off they look great!! Thanks from my knuckles!!
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