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I seen these at Supercross yesterday. I don't think they'll work on the ZR, but they will work for the scooters in the garage. They are primarily made for off-road and dual sport, but I can see where they would be cool for street bikes. They are made to collapse back around to the front, so if a person were to "low-side", they would just fold around and not break. They are alittle pricey, but for eternal levers, it would be worth it. The amount of money I've spent replacing levers alone would've paid for quite a couple sets (at least!). Not to mention what I've spent on perches.

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Problem is, even though they are a great idea, looks like something minor like a 20mph lowside will result in your bike being insurance written off anyway :(


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Unfortunately (or fortunately), not everyone totals their bikes when it goes down. But that does seem to be the case lately..
 
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