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Crash Cages

Is there any interest out there for a crash cage for the 04-07 1000RR?
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Re: Crash Cages

No not selling one, I am interested in if anyone would like one I have built front and rear stands for a while and have built a few cages for friends in the past. I just wanted to know if there was any interest in a cage for a 1000RR as I don't care for any of the cages I have seen out there for it.
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Re: Crash Cages

I would like to see a crash cage that doesn't limit your lean angle. Something that would hug the fairings tight and not stick out, but still protect the bike. I like the style of the Freestyle Ingenuity cage the best so far.

600RR:
Freestyle Ingenuity / F I Cages.com - CBR 600RR

929RR:
Freestyle Ingenuity / F I Cages.com - CBR 929RR

Freestyle Ingenuity / F I Cages.com - CBR 929RR

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Freestyle Ingenuity / F I Cages.com - CBR 1000RR
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Re: Crash Cages

I did contemplate buying one when I brought the Hornet on the road (after what I spent to re-build her, I am still worried about droping her) but I opted for the Crash Mushrooms.

Have you any pictures of your previous work?

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