Ricochet Off-Road Skid Plates for Adventure Riding - Wrist Twisters
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post #1 of 4 Old 07-03-2020, 05:05 AM Thread Starter
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Ricochet Off-Road Skid Plates for Adventure Riding



Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, the Ricochet Off-Road company has been designing and manufacturing off-road armor for dirt bikes, dual-sport motorcycles, and other off-road vehicles since 1976. The owner and founder of the company Don Gibbs have started his business over 40 years ago to design and produce custom aluminum skid plates that could protect the motor and other vital parts of the motorcycle much better than stock shields do. People working at Ricochet Off-Road are always listening to their clients’ feedback and borrow good ideas directly from users.

We at MOTORCYCLEiD.com would like you to take a look at high-quality but affordable products Ricochet Off-Road has to offer. These full-coverage aluminum skid plates for dirt bikes and adventure motorcycles are strong and durable enough to protect the engine from impacts when riding on rocky terrain. Most of the models are made using 3/16" 5052 H-32 aluminum. All plates have special cutouts allowing for routine maintenance. Check “Product Options” to see your bike-specific set that will fit perfectly with no modifications.

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Features:
Full coverage skid plates constructed with 3/16" 5052 H-32 Aluminum
Mounted with super tough chrome-moly steel brackets
All mounting hardware included
Custom anodized finishes available
Access holes provided for all routine maintenance
Installation Instructions included
Made in the USA

Fitment:
Available versions for all 2-stroke and 4-stroke dirt bikes, enduro, and adventure BMW,* Beta, Gas Gas, Honda, Husaberg, Husqvarna, KTM, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Triumph Tiger, and Yamaha models (check “Product Options”)

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Looks good.
I'd add it to the KLR that I don't have right now.

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I have those on my WR250R. It's a good product. Looks good, provides good protection.
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I have those on my WR250R. It's a good product. Looks good, provides good protection.
Thank you for the feedback!

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Looks good.
I'd add it to the KLR that I don't have right now.
In case you need it in the future:
https://www.motorcycleid.com/ricoche...-mpn-290m.html



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