AltRider Crash Bars for Triumph Tiger 800/ Tiger 800XC (2011-2014)
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This 800cc triple is everything that an adventure bike needs with solid performance on the pavement and off-roads. This bike was featured tackling every terrain imaginable in Icon’s hit mini movie “The Raiden Files- Portland to Dakar” making us realize what kind of crazy adventures can be done on this mean off-road machine. Without the right accessories, the rugged rides can quickly come to an end without the best protection. These one inch stainless steel AltRider crash bars for the Triumph Tiger 800 are cut on a 5 axis laser for strength and perfect fit.
100% made in the USA, these Tiger bars utilize the strongest mounting points the bike has to offer. Like all AltRider engineered crash bars, these will fit seamlessly without any grinding or bending on your part. Unlike other crash bars, Altrider doesn’t use flanges or weak tabs and are not hung, they’re actually mounted.
One specific feature of these bars is the hidden connector in the front to yield a seamless system. In the case of a hard impact on one side, the energy will be transferred from one side to the other. The impact will be distributed to not just the one or two mounts but all of the mounting points, even on the other side of the impact.
- Fits both 800 and 800XC 2011-2014 models
- Stainless construction fights corrosion and rust
- Hand TIG welded crash bars are 1 inch diameter for additional strength
- Manufactured in America
- All coping is cut on 5 axis laser then hand TIG welded
- Refined satin peen finish
- Available in black or silver
- All hardware included
Amazing crashbars, easy install15 January 2018These crash bars, simply put, are amazing. I purchased these bars to protect the engine/fairings in the event of a drop. Fortunately I have not had to put them to the test yet, but you can easily tell that these would support the bike in the event of a drop. They are also surprisingly lightweight, and dont affect vibrations/handling. Installation was pretty easy, the hardest part was accessing the engine mounts, as you need another pair of hands and an extension for your socket along with a swivel mount for it. I also use the crash bars as another position to rest my feet on longer trips, which is very useful after a few hours. Pros: Lightweight Very sturdy Easy install Looks great Cons: They definitely stand out, so might not be to everyones liking. Summary: Although pricey, the product feels very well constructed and sturdy. A must have if you plan to do lots of touring or offroading!