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Step-by-Step Instructions on how to personlize the position of your motorcycles controls

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How to Set Motorcycle Controls

DDo you sometimes wish the brake lever was a little lower, or maybe wish the brake pedal was a little lower? Lets face it, we are all individuals. Whether you have small or large hands and feet, you can make changs to the position of most motorcycls controls so they work with your biomechanics. Even if your motorcycle doesn't feature adjustable levers there are a lot of things you can do to make your motorcycle work better for you.

In this video we walk you through personalizing your bikes controls.

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