If proficiency in slow speed skills are what you're after, these accessories are sure to help.
Practicing at slow speeds builds skills and confidence. You'll be surprised at how quickly your skills, confidence, and instinctive reactions to situations improve all while protecting your factory parts.
Having advanced skills through motorcycle training such as Ride Like A Pro, will enhance the safety and survivability of a rider and their passenger out on the road. Law Enforcement Agencies know this, and that is why Police Motor Officers are trained to be so proficient. The top 2% of riders AKA "Motor Officers" use these to protect their Harley motorcycles.
The most important aspect of riding a motorcycle is your safety. You owe it to yourself and your family to be the most proficient rider you can be to make it home safe.
Most riders spend thousands on motorcycles and accessories but fail to spend anything on learning the skills needed to protect themselves and their passengers. This lack of training and practice is based on one factor used by the majority of motorcycle owners:
"The Fear of Dropping and Damaging the Motorcycle"
Don't Be That Guy!
Fact: Many rIders believe they have advanced skills based on years of riding in straight lines, but
struggle with making basic slow speed skills such as u-turns without duck walking the
Fact: Advanced 18 foot u-turns can be mastered in a very short time.
Advanced riders make u-turns in 2 parking spaces or less, with ease.
Fact: Slow speed control of a motorcycle relates to everything you encounter while riding on
the streets. Attend a quality training course to see how!
Fact: Most accidents can be contributed to lack of training.
DONT BE A STATISTIC! Don't Let your ego kill you!
Fact: The majority of motorcycle owners have no training related to basic braking techniques let
alone advanced braking techniques such as threshold braking, which will save your life.
FACT: Damaged motorcycle parts are expensive to replace, but what is the value to your ability to
walk or even breathe. Why would you not protect your bike in a manner that allows you to
train, which in turn allows you to operate your motorcycle in a manner that places the
utmost value on your life.
If factory crash guards are meant for dropping the motorcycle and allowing riders to learn advanced skills then why do so many riders fear dropping their motorcycle and yet still struggle with slow u turns, and 90 degree pullouts, all while duckwalking the motorcycle?
1. Why do the majority of riders not have advanced slow speed skills?
2. Why are there so many riders afraid of dropping their motorcycles?
3. Why do the majority of riders duck walk the motorcycle?
4. Why Can't the vast majority of riders make a simple u-turn of 18 to 20 Feet?
5. Why do so many riders watch YouTube Videos and buy Instructional DVD's
trying to learn a quick easy fix to learn slow speed skills, and yet still cannot
make slow speed turns and maneuvers?
We understand crash bars are to assist in protecting the engine during motorcycle crashes, hence the name crash bars, and engine guards. The expensive factory engine guards, do not fare well for learning and mastering slow speed maneuvers thats why we manufacture drop guards that can be repaired if needed.
Could It Be?
Those who say crash bars are meant to be damaged are mis-Informed, or Do Not Actually Have slow speed skills, and Do Not actually know what it takes to learn advanced slow speed skills that the majority of all riders want to have for their safety and enjoyment of handling the motorcycle like a pro.