#AfricaTwin Seat, Bash Plate and Fender Kit

Author: Team Adventuremoto   Date Posted:17 September 2018 

The #Africa Twin Seat, Bash Plate and Fender Kit!

We've got this Seat Concepts foam and cover kit in a rally tall for the Africa Twin. We like the rally tall because you as it take the dip out of the bike and makes everything one level, so you can move backwards and forwards when riding without that dip in the back. 

This bash plate from Outback Motortek may look like a snow shovel but it's also great for protecting your exhaust headers - check out the thickness of that powder-coated aluminium and its got this great ribbing. As a bash plate, this ribbing strengthens the bash plate and stops it from bending and twisting when going over rocks and logs. It's a great accessory to the crash bars and engine case guards we're going to put on the bike. 

AltRider do a fantastic fender rise kit for this bike. A lot of guys wanting to take this bike off-road worry about mud getting jammed between the low fender and the wheel, and it can actually stop the bike and cause you to go over the handle bars in really muddy conditions. We're going to take the OEM fender off, we put this high fender in place and put fork guards on to protect the front of the forks. 

Remember, all you have to do is spend $500 in store or online at Adventure Moto between now and the 30th of October, 2018. Every $500 spent is counted as a single entry to win the ultimate Africa Twin. If you spend $1,500, that counts as three entries. Competition drawings will take place  12-midday 31st October, 2018. Winners will be announced via email and on the website.


Comments (1)

Africa twin finished.

By: on 21 September 2018
Great competition guys . I have the same tri colour and want to upgrade my seat to the superior rally tall seat so am very keen to see the finished bike. Are you planning on a follow up video of the bike all setup for the fortunate winner? Well done on a great store and dedication to adventure bike riding here in Australia. Cheers Regards Simon

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