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Robert

Grants Pass, OR, US, 97526

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04.25.2015


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Black 2015 Honda F6B

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Beverage Butler Motorcycle Drink Holder
ITEM CODE: PG02084

04.07.2016

4 Stars

I agree with the reviewer that said the cup looks stupid on his wing. It is a bit dorky and if your looking for"Cool" or "Style", this isn't it! The cup is very functional and doesn't look totally dorky on my F6B with all the black on it already. The plastic does get worn pretty quick and real scratched in the middle. Probably cuz I always twist it to lock it in place and it's easier to remove when twisted as removing. Overall though, I love having my hot coffee or cold drinks when on a long road trip and for that it can't be beat!
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1" Aero Flip-Out Highway Pegs Anodized Black for Honda F6B, GL1800
ITEM CODE: RIGL18003BK,   SKU: RIGL18003BK

08.11.2015

3 Stars

I bought a set of these for my 2015 F6B for the ride to Sturgis and back. a 3800 + mile ride. After reading the reviews, I decided on these because they look cool and match the bike and other reviews said they were comfortable.

For a ride down to the park they're fine but when you're out there on the highway for hours at a time they're not comfortable at all, because the pegs come out at a right angle to the heads. When you place your feet on them, it forces your feet to ride parallel to the bike which is not the natural position for your feet. Riding like this also causes undue pressure against the outside of your boot and actually gets painful after awhile because it's pressing against the sharp boot keeper at the outside of the pegs. Trying to put your heel up on the pegs for relief and a different position is also difficult as your heels tends to slip off of the cleats. It usually took me a few try's before I could get my heel to stay on the pegs without slipping off.

Yes they're quality and look really cool, but not practical for the long haul.
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