Grips, Levers and Mirrors for most Bikes.
Grips levers and mirrors to customize your motorcycle and give it that individuality and identity to set it apart from the rest of the bikes in the parking lot.
We carry a full assortment of grips, levers and mirrors by : Drag Specialties, Parts Unlimited, Johar of California, Renthal, Progrip, Galindo Designs, Grab on, Hot Grips, Arlen Ness Ness Tech, Pro1, Jardine, Emgo, Napoleon, Ken Sean.
Grips come in various assortments depending on the intended application. Sport grips are made with more aggressive riding in mind they tend to be made of rubber or filled with gel if they are sport touring. Motor cross grips tend to just be a rubber piece to go over the bars. Cruisers get more elaborate grips with different designs. Some chrome with rubber for grip. Cruisers also get different types of designs on the ends like skulls, flying eagles or spikes for that hardcore biker look. Some were also leather covered instead of rubber. Cruiser grips are made from a lot more varied materials then others things like billet aluminum, leather or a combination of the two are used.
Clutch and Brake Levers are another trick little item that you can use to customize your cruiser or sport bike. Sport bike levers tend to have nifty little adjustments on them so you can customize the feel to your own liking. They are made out of things like carbon fiber for weight reduction, chromed steel or billet aluminum. Cruiser levers on the other hand are more beefy looking and most of the time are chromed or billet aluminum.
Mirrors are just as varied as the levers and grips. they are available in chrome or carbon fiber as well as plastic covered. Stock oem tend to be plastic covered or painted. Sport bikes get the short end of the stick on this the most trick you can hope for a carbon fiber covers on mirrors where cruisers get nice chrome custom mirrors with designs like flames and skulls on them made from steel that is chromed or billet aluminum.
Mirrors clutch and brake levers are just another inexpensive way to customize your ride to your tastes and liking. No one does it quite the same even though most riders use the same manufactured pieces the way you put yours together are what makes it unique and reflects your personal style and taste.