black (see avatar ) rally brush II's - little different.ConqSoft said:Yours are probably blue though....
G-Force Junkie said:I've been running the same pair of BarkBusters since 1988 on 4 different bikes...and havent broken a lever, or hand yet! Well woth the cost.
I've personally found that while hanging on while crashing after I installed mine that my last 2 fingers no longer are swollen when I get home. I just have the aluminum bars without the flange things.luvtolean said:This is why I won't put them on my bike...I know 2 people who broke their wrists going over the bars with Barkbusters.
They will - but the p/t mounts I bought for them busted off (before it left the shed!) I dubbed them crap (mounts) and tossed em aside. But you're welcome to the busters, pay shipping and I'll get them in the mail sometime between now and next March, guaranteed!smkeatr said:I'll take em if they'll fit my Pro Taper's.
Out here you can't ride anywhere (good single track) and expect to have knuckles left if you don't have something there unfortunately. I sorta hate it as well as they are distracting as phunk. I used to have bloo ones but I kept fixating on them coming into really tech. sections and end up washing out or pulling bark out of my helmet air ventsluvtolean said:This is why I won't put them on my bike...I know 2 people who broke their wrists going over the bars with Barkbusters.
Damn, I just have dense dense pine groves and occasionally hidden land stakes for surveying (they hurt) but WEEDS that tall? dang scary stuff!ConqSoft said:Well, we just trail ride (branches, trees, weeds, etc), so these are helpful.
I still really struggle to ride in weeds that are very tall at all. When I was 14 I hit a 1' + tall rock in the weeds wide open on my 80...split my helmet, broke ribs....SomeStrangeGuy said:Damn, I just have dense dense pine groves and occasionally hidden land stakes for surveying (they hurt) but WEEDS that tall? dang scary stuff!