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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by KTMforget, Dec 26, 2011.
Dare I ask? Where are your pegs made? Joe
You must not know us very well. ALL of our products are made in the U.S.A. These particular products are made by a very talented machinist / craftsman in Arizona.
Sorry to disappoint you if you expected us to say "China". Not happening with our products! Designed here, tested here, made here - that is how we roll.....
We just received our first shipment of BMW footpegs for the BMW R1200GSA, R1200GS, F800GS and F650GS twins. Very pumped. They came out sweet. I just returned from Baja "product testing" on our F800GS and the footpegs worked great - lots more leverage, lot more comfortable and a handy bottle opener to boot!!
Order yours today while we still have them in stock
The feedback from customers has been excellent on these new footpegs. We have plenty in stock with more on the way. You can see them in person at the KLIM Adventure Rally next month as well as the BMW MOA Rally as well as our own Selkirk's Adventure Rally here at the Black Dog headquarters.
PLEASE make these for the Triumph Tiger 1050 and Triumph Tiger 800 and the 1200 Explorer...Tiger riders like beer too!
Any ways , I have size 17 feet and I have trouble finding pegs that are long and wide enough for me.
Thanks for your interest in our pegs. Size 17s - WOW! We just recently confirm that our BMW2 application will fit the Triumph Explorer 1200.
Here is the link:
We have not had an opportunity to test the 1050 or 800 as of yet but will keep you informed. Thanks again for your interest in our products.
Just installed my BDCW foot pegs. I don't know exactly what I was expecting, but those pegs are Really Great! Better than I imagined! - Easy install on my F800GS. (10 min. with distractions, like - trying out the bottle opener.)
In Stock and on special this month - 10% OFF
If they fit the 800...I'll order a set.....these look awesome!
Thanks for your interest. Unfortunately, we don't have a fitment for the Triumph 800 yet. Something I hope to work on in the spring.
These are fabulous foot pegs. The incremental size increase and the grip of the peg makes for a very comfortable and responsive addition. And made in the U.S.A. Looks great on a german bike though!!
Got mine today and installed. Feels like your standing on floor boards. I think I'm going to like them.
USPS just dropped off some KTM porn for the 1190R, thanks Kurt and Martha for taking care of me! These things look awesome, I'll get 'em on tomorrow.
We now have the BMW and KTM versions is black anodized as well!
check 'em out here
These look great, can you make them fit a KTM 625SXC 07 Model??
are they still $199 for inmates?
Are you making them to fit the drz400 yet?
Thanks for the compliment. They definitely make a HUGE difference in comfort and control.
Unfortunately, the 625/640 pegs have a different design so these won't fit. Sorry.
That price was from quite a while ago. We have had numerous price increases since then. The pegs are now $219-254 depending on model / color. The good news is that you are supported American craftmen / machinists that take great pride in their work and put out a killer product! These are made in Arizona!
Not yet. We do have a design done for the Honda CRF250/450X which Kevin Muggleton ran on his Dakar bike last year. Once we get caught up a bit on production for the KTM / BMW models, I hope to release the pegs for the Honda's. Hopefully by end of summer / early fall.
Thanks for your interest and support!!
Three-word review: BDCW footpegs rock.
I got them installed on my bike last week. The "installation pin" is pure genius: it makes the process of swapping out pegs fast and easy rather than a half-hour exercise in tool-flinging frustration.
I was worried that they'd get in the way of paddling the bike around or putting feet down, but surprisingly I didn't notice any more trouble than the stock pegs gave me.
Whether on or offroad, the footpegs feel comfortable and give excellent grip. The first time I attempted a wide-footed turn offroad, I nearly dropped the bike -- that's how much extra turning power these footpegs give. I was skeptical about the "adding power steering to your bike!" claim, but I see now what BDCW means.
If you're looking for a great upgrade to your 1190 or similar bike, go for BDCW. The fact that Kurt's a great guy and wonderful to deal with is just icing on the cake.
Be careful with the spring LOL. I expected it to pop off and had my hand covering the peg, but the left sided spring went flying. Went ahead and did the right side, no problem. Then I got down and crawled around on the floor of the shop and found the lost spring. Back in bidness, the new pegs look really sick. Won't ride until Sunday, can't wait!