No crash bars?
mmmm Crash bars .. designed to bend your frame or deform into your body work to render it broken .... but what would i know after 50 years of motorcycling ...😂😂😂No crash bars?
Leave your bike intact. Take it slow, avoid treacherous areas. Be smart, don’t ride above your ability. Give it a shot…go have fun.Exhaust pipe will get dinged in rocks. AMHIK
Ditto,but on a KLR.Remember that a dry trail becomes a muddy trail where it gets no direct sun. Long winding dry trails can have a slimy corner every other turn due to shade. And some sections of the trail may require you to proceed because it may be impossible to turn the bike around. So you may get to a point where you don't want to go any further and can't turn around. Of course, you will have a story to tell and will be able to speak from experience. So it will all have been worth it.
I've got my story. No more for me thank you.
Wouldn't it depend on the crash bars and the severity of the "crash"? The damn thing falls over when parked and I would expect the bars to do their job. Leave the road at 60+ and the bent crash bars will be a secondary concern.mmmm Crash bars .. designed to bend your frame or deform into your body work to render it broken .... but what would i know after 50 years of motorcycling ...😂😂😂