Product Release

Force Accessories Launch All New One-Piece Rear Disc Guard

Author: David Hogan

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The Australian protection brand Force Accessories is launching a new product line in 2023. Taking their awesome line of off-road motorcycle protection pieces to another level.

The One-Piece rear disc guard is launching today. AlwaysMoto has been testing out the new product from Force Accessories and is in love with the newly designed piece.

Made from 6061 billet aluminium. The One Piece disc guard now means that the stock, cast caliper carrier is replaced by this very trick billet aluminium piece. The one-piece guard integrates as the caliper carrier, the axle guide, and the protection piece making this product extremely strong, functional, and seamless in its role. Making it a must-have piece for anyone in the off-road enduro world. But also anyone who has ever had a collision on track and bent a disc. This piece is a no-brainer for an upgrade in protection and function.

The one-piece rear disc guard from Force Accessories adds style and protection to your ride.

The one-piece guard has been developed with the WRD Race Team and tested by Wade ‘The Bull’ Ibrahim at ASC & WHES, Forece Accessories have engineered a stylish modern design with strength and durability in mind. Suitable for both Brembo and Braktec Calipers, it’s simple to fit and compatible with a range of models with different axle sizes.

With a little bit of fitment to remove the caliper slides from the stock carrier to the Force Accessories guard. The product is then just a part of the bike. It is so well integrated you almost never have to touch it again. 

The Guard sits exactly where it’s needed. It is a solid guard that really protects the disc in those deep ruts and rock gardens. 

The sign of a good protection piece requires two main characteristics in my mind. 

One. Ease of installation that is coupled with a once its installed you rarely have to remove it because it does not impede regular maintenance and is not a headache for those tasks to work around. 

Two. The Product protects as intended. Without you even really noticing. Kind of those times when you are washing the bike and go “Huh”. I don’t know where that scratch came from on the guard. Didnt even feel it! 

Fitment is simple and once installed you rarely have to touch it.

So what are the advantages of the One-piece disc guard over the original disc guard that clamps onto the stock caliper carrier?

  • The one-piece integration allows for increased strength of the guard.
  • The clamp-on guard creates a potential area for breakage of the guard out of the stock carrier. Along with additional wear to the carrier’s slide. Something the one-piece guard does not have issues with.
  • The clamp attachment point will need to be checked for its screw’s firmness at period intervals to prevent it from becoming loose and leading to potential failures. The one-piece guard does not have this issue.
  • The only disadvantage of the one-piece guard is slightly more expensive than the clamp-on style guard. But the added strength, functionality and integration of the guard trumps the negative of the high purchase price. 

The one-piece rear disc guard starts from $249.95.

The guards are available in a number of colour options but please check the website for what’s available for your model. But the black line of guards from Force Accessories really suits a number of bikes particularly our GasGas pictured in the article. Also helps that we have coupled all our Force Accessories protection pieces in the same colour way.

Do yourself a favour. Protect your bike. Because protection is key to ensuring you can finish your ride every time.

Force Accessories products are developed from years of dedication working with Australia’s top off-road teams. Force Accessories are proud to say that they have been tried, tested, and found worthy in every event, from Australian Off-Road Championships, Erzberg to Romainacs and more. Their knowledge and expertise have been garnered from extensive involvement in the racing domain, and it’s what Force Accessories apply to every product they make.

Force Accessories strive to be more than just another accessories manufacturer, they are involved in the sport at every level from trail riding to extreme enduros, and sponsor charity rides through to professional racers.
Much of their product development is driven by having active participation in the sport and trying their products out first-hand on their own bikes.

Head over to https://forceaccessories.com.au/one-piece-rear-disc-guard/ to check out the all-new One-Piece rear disc guard from Force Accessories.

Protection for your rear disc where ever you take your bike.

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