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Focus: Footpegs

 

Pegs are one of those motorcycle parts that are often overlooked, over-decorated, or both. Being one of the few parts you actually touch while riding makes their design rather important. We've seen some shady set-ups built out of everything imaginable, and seen other guys run without pegs entirely. The coolest thing about the lowly foot rest might be that it's one of the easiest parts to build or modify. Anyone with an afternoon, a grinder and a drill can make a decent set or modify an existing pair. Here's a photo collection from a few events to stir up some inspiration.

 


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Commented on 1-19-2011 At 04:57 pm
 

Sweet yep Gotta get me some now that I think about it.Took those BIG rubber ones off yesterday.This week the engine comes outta the frame....But for peggs ya gotz me thinkin...

Commented on 1-19-2011 At 05:06 pm
 

The last ones (bottom right) are awesome. Simple and well executed.

Commented on 1-19-2011 At 05:13 pm
 

I don't know about inspiration, was kind of hoping for more of the actual "hand" made

Commented on 1-19-2011 At 07:54 pm
 

rad pics, make me wanna hunt down some more pegs !

Commented on 1-19-2011 At 07:54 pm
 

rad pics, make me wanna hunt down some more pegs !

Commented on 1-19-2011 At 08:25 pm
 

I love this thread. Gets your wheels spinning!

Commented on 1-19-2011 At 08:52 pm
 

Anyone got decent pictures of dirtbike pegs on chops?

Commented on 1-19-2011 At 09:15 pm
 

I really dig those "WWII bandage" pegs; they just need a little blood. Yah, caps are gone on those Eastern pedals. Been dragging them too much I guess. I had to grind the nubbies off the left one so I can slide back and forth to shift.

Commented on 1-19-2011 At 10:07 pm
 

Got some brass inlaid yamaha pegs of unknown origin for my mates SR500 build, gonna look sweet. I really like the pegs you often see on Japanese bikes, the ones with the indicators on the ends. Super clean, super stylish.

Commented on 1-19-2011 At 11:08 pm
 

I'm new to a lot of this stuff, love seeing the little stuff being made. Be cool!

Commented on 1-20-2011 At 01:48 am
 

I'm also looking to run some dirtbike pegs on my bike and would love to see some setups.

Commented on 1-20-2011 At 01:57 am
 

I especially like the chrome plated railroad spikes.

Commented on 1-20-2011 At 04:28 am
 

I think the Rouser style mx pegs are pretty sweet, cant beleive they didnt make the line up.

Commented on 1-20-2011 At 06:16 am
 

Surprised to not see any of those stunt bicycle stand-up pegs
(i don't know what they're really called) They can also be used
the same way sportbike sliders are used--crash protection for
the bike.

Commented on 1-20-2011 At 12:54 pm
 

I second the chromed spikes,

Commented on 1-20-2011 At 03:59 pm
 

yeah, the bandage was cool

Commented on 1-20-2011 At 04:45 pm
 

Nice shots its all in the details...i scored a "lot" of old mixed pegs on ebay awhile back, like 8 pegs for $20, there were even a couple Andersons in there!

Commented on 1-20-2011 At 05:51 pm
 

All great, my favorite was the 17th pic. Awesome work.

Commented on 1-22-2011 At 01:17 am
 

Rebar rules!

Commented on 1-22-2011 At 05:04 pm
 

knurled brass looks nice. it seems some of us expected a little bit more "imagination". me thinks we have werk to do then.

Commented on 1-23-2011 At 01:24 am
 

I take the German ones ;-)

Commented on 1-23-2011 At 03:24 am
 

The pegs are easy, the things doing my head in is how to mount them nicely!

Commented on 1-24-2011 At 05:12 pm
 

I've used the railroad spike pegs in the past. They work great, look great and stand up to passing trains but like most solid metal pegs they transmit lots of vibration.

That said, the vibration isn't so bad that I might not use them again as I've several old spikes out in the shop.

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