Black Dog: Adventure KTM Foot Pegs

KTM Dirt Bike & Adventure Bike Pegs

Black Dog Cycle Works (BDCW) has released a new line of an all aircraft alloy foot pegs for all KTM Adventure and dirt motorcycles.

Kurt Forgét (BDCW partner) says: "From our experience, we recognized that having an enlarged foot peg provides the rider with greater control of the bike. It’s like adding power steering to the motorcycle.

"The Adventure Foot Pegs are designed to provide the rider with greater foot comfort, bike control and made from an aircraft alloy to be ruggedly durable. And we didn’t stop there, we even designed in a built in bottle opener to the bottom of each foot peg, so the rider can carry one less item and always have easy access to refreshments at the end of the day."

BDCW, the industry leading manufacturer in KTM and BMW rugged skid plates and other hard parts, has taken from their experiences, as well as other contributing riders/racers, to develop this new enlarged Adventure Foot Peg, which weighs in at only 8 oz. each.

The foot pegs, manufactured in the USA, measure a large 2.5" wide by 4.25" long. The traction cleats are designed to provide that optimum balance between best grip for secured footing and comfort.

The foot pegs are designed to fit all KTM off road motorcycles, including all Adventure models. For bike control and rider comfort, especially in long stand up positions, the BDCW Adventure Foot Pegs cannot be beat.

They are also the only foot peg in the world with a bottle opener designed right in. BDCW Adventure Foot Pegs are available in a natural machine finish for $199 per set. Anodized versions expected to be released later in 2012.

BDCW also has in production Adventure Foot Pegs for BMW’s R1200GS / GSA, F800GS, F650GS and G650GS, which are expected to be available for ordering in February 2012.

The BDCW Adventure Foot Pegs are available through Black Dog Cycle Works at or by calling 208-263-0438.

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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 Editor at Large at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of 365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).