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Driven Racing: Sportbike Rear Sets

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Driven Racing’s new sportbike rear sets have an incredible amount of adjustment, due to multiple mounting positions on the brackets, as well as a super trick 360° rotatable eccentric.

The sportbike sets are CNC machined out of aerospace-grade billet aluminum in Driven’s Los Angeles factory. The eccentric is available in six colors to match your sportbike at no additional charge: black, blue, gold, red, silver, and titanium.

Folding toe pegs and a rugged design ensure survivability in the event of a motorcycle crash, while two sealed ball-bearings per shifter and brake pedal deliver smooth operation.

The motorcycle rear sets are available now for most all current 600cc and 1000cc sportbikes with prices ranging from $529-$569 from dealers worldwide.

For more info contact DRIVEN Racing:

DRIVEN RACING
9362 Eton Ave. Unit B
Chatsworth, CA, 91311

(866) 5-DRIVEN

drivenracing.com

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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