Acerbis Flags (Handguards)???

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  • fourstroker

Posted September 11, 2001 - 05:04 PM


Does anyone out there in TT land know anything about Acerbis Flags, are they decent? What kind of mount do they use? Are they adjustable enough? I know they won't offer protection for my grips or levers but I need something to protect my digits from roost and small branches.

I think they run around $29 with the mounts running another $9, do you think they are worth it. Has anyone used them before?

Sorry for all of the questions but you guys know all of the answers!!

Thanks again for the info!


  • x400racer

Posted September 11, 2001 - 05:37 PM


My friend has a set on his KX for awhile now and likes them.They mount to the frt. brake master & clutch pirch. Adjustable to a point but good enough. I plan to buy some for use at the track.

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  • mxchamps

Posted September 11, 2001 - 07:49 PM


I ran a pair of flag guards on my bike. At first I was afraid the plastic mounts would break on a crash. After several spills and branch bashing I found the hand guards to be suprising strong. I liked them. I am now running the acerbis rally handguards and even like them better! They are super tough and I feel more confidence in them. I haven't bent or broke a lever yet. For the money, I would go with the Rallys. has them for $45. I think they have the flags for $25.

  • Taffy

Posted September 11, 2001 - 10:12 PM


my bhandguards are looking awful, even for me, someone who is interested in perfrormance over appearance every time; it's about time they went!

does anyone now make barkbusters that fit protaper bars?



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