News Cyrca Releases New Honda CRF Fork Guards

Cyrca Releases New Honda CRF Fork Guards

Honda CRF450/CRF250 Fork Guards

The new 2012 CRF Fork Guards from Cycra Racing may look like the stock Honda fork guard on the outside, but it’s what’s inside that counts.

Cycra has redesigned the inside for a better fit with stronger mounts to provide longer-lasting durability.

The Cycra Racing CRF Fork Guards (available for 2009-2012 CRF450 and 2010-2012 CRF250 motorcycles) have a high-gloss finish and are available in four choices of color (natural, red, black, and white). They also accommodate the stock disc cover as well as Cycra Oversized CRF Disc Covers used by most of the Honda race teams.

But the best news is that they are more resistant than stock, meaning less cracking and breaking. This is why they are the choice of the Geico Honda Team, Troy Lee Honda, and the McGrath Honda Team.

Fork guards traditionally are disposable items, but riders want to get as much use out of them as possible. Lasting longer means saving money. Designed for pro level protection using Cycra High Performance Plastic, injection molded for high quality fit and finish that customers have come to expect from the premier plastic manufacturer in the motorcycle industry.

Cycra Honda CRF Fork Guard Features:

  • Cycra High Performance Plastic
  • Injection Molded for High Quality Fit and Finish
  • Reinforced Mounts for Start Devices
  • Contour Fit
  • Easy to Install
  • Available in Natural, Red, Black, and White
  • Factory Race Team Designed and Tested
  • Available for 2009-12 CRF450 and 2010-12 CRF250
  • Made in the USA
  • MSRP $39.95

For additional information, log onto Cycra also provides free online technical support, call toll-free at 1-800-770-2259.

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

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