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Andy Downes  says:

Product review: Acerbis Dual Road Handguards

Acerbis Dual Road Handguards, £79.99 at www.mcnshop.com Miles covered/time: 6500/nine months What’s good: These universal fit handguards are simple to bolt on, have a clean design, are reasonably priced and give a huge improvement to weather protection on naked bikes. They will fit almost all naked bikes and scooters and swop easily between bikes if you sell and change thanks to a...

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street3r

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street3r says:

Not so white

"Also, because the bike was white, the white handguards gave the impression of being factory fitted. " Not so white...I have just bought a set in black for my bike and a white set for my other half's white bike and actuall the white isn't as good as the white of the bike. In fact it even looks like white with a hint of blue....odd and slightly disappointing.

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number1barber

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Reasonable price?

FIrst off ouch for the pocket hit. I just brought a pair of alpinestar gloves for £90 and they are worth every penny as they are built and stitched together and done very well. £80 for two bits of plastic and some fittings is a insane amount especially as the led option is another £20 for £80 I would expect the lights to be included and even then I would think they are expensive.

Think ill attach two shelf brackets and any old plastic before I buy these. 

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philehidiot

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philehidiot says:

Get

Acerbis storm (I think). They're about £30 and bigger if looking markedly shitter.

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number1barber

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security?

I have just thought that the other thing is these attach with one alan key bolt so unless I always park my bike in my garage wherever am am which would be impressive then someone will get a £80 pair for 2 minutes work. Ill check out the storm thanks.

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philehidiot

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philehidiot says:

The storm

ones attach with a seriously secure TWO alan bolts!


Just checked it is the storm ones. They also come with a blanking plate to cover up the majority of the vents. They don't bolt on to the end of the bars though so they're only good as weather protection. £32.99 from Getgeared.

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