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BarkBusters – Jet Handguard

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BarkBusters – Jet Handguard
The JET handguard from Barkbusters - combining style, value and protection

As trends in motorcycle ownership change and riders are moving away from sports bikes, drawn by the greater practicality and cheaper running costs of dual-sport, enduro and trail bikes, Barkbusters is ready to help them personalise their machines with the JET handguards.

Not only do the JET handguards complement a bike‰ЫЄs appearance, they offer rider protection and comfort too. The full wrap around, heat-treated, aluminium handguard can help protect the bike‰ЫЄs levers from impact damage and the JET impact resistant plastic guards offer defence from the elements for the rider‰ЫЄs hands.

Barkbusters utilises a simple to fit two-point mounting system for the JET guards to keep them secure. The handguard is available in two formats to fit straight 22mm (7/8in) or tapered handlebars, and the three axis mounting clamps ensure every rider is able to position the handguards exactly how they want them.

The interchangeable JET plastic shields are offered in black, blue, green, orange, red, and white making it easy for dealers to carry the entire range without having to manage multiple SKUs. It also gives the customer the opportunity to match the JET guards to their bike‰ЫЄs finish.

Matthew Phillpott, Barkbusters CEO says of the JET handguards, ‰ЫПThe JET has been a stalwart in the Barkbusters range since its introduction with riders looking to get the full-on adventure look and that‰ЫЄs the case more than ever now with the rise in popularity of dual-sport and enduro bikes.‰Ыќ

Pricing details
JET-001 (standard 22m kit): RRP $89.95
JET-002 (tapered hardware kit): RRP $99.95
JET-003 (replacement plastics): RRP $36.95

Distributed in Australia by: Pro Accessories (NSW, Qld), Ficeda Accessories (Vic, SA, NT), GP Wholesale (WA), Fulton Enterprises (Tas).

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