News Renthal announces adjustable motorcycle road race clip-ons

Renthal announces adjustable motorcycle road race clip-ons

New for 2009, Renthal has finalized design on the new adjustable road race clip-ons. Machined from Billet aluminum, each set comes complete with bar tubes made from the same 7010 aluminum which Renthal’s legendary handlebars are manufactured from. The bar tubes are laser etched with a positioning grid in millimeter increments for precise locating. The simple one piece billet design allows for the lightest weight possible with the least amount of hardware necessary.

>> Fork clamps machined from 7075 T-6 billet aluminum and anodized black for a factory look
>> Handlebar tubes machined from 7010 aluminum and hard anodized for increased wear resistance from controls
>> Fork clamps feature laser etched positioning marks in the upper surface every 5mm
>> Available in 50mm, 51mm, 52mm and 53mm fork tube sizes to fit most current sport bike applications
>> Nylon bar end inserts for protection of the grips and all stainless hardware for resistance from corrosion
>> Handlebar angle is set at 7 degrees to offer a sporty but comfortable riding position
>> Set weighs 22 ounces total with hardware and handlebar tubes (50mm size)
>> Replacement handlebar tubes available separately
>> Retail $199.95

For more information, please visit our website at www.renthal.com


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