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Rizoma-ing the Speed Triple

January 8th, 2012

Rizoma clearly make some of the best aftermarket motorcycle components on the planet. Their bling isn’t cheap but the quality shows through. All of my Rizoma componentry has been purchased from CJ Moto. Joe Patriarco is the guy I dealt with and is absolutely fantastic. The Speed Triple is still a work in progress but here is a list and some images of what has been done to my Speed Triple so far.

  • Rizoma Rear-sets fitted
  • Rizoma fat-bars fitted
  • Rizoma Lux grips with Reverse Retro mirrors and bar-end caps fitted
  • Rizoma billet front and rear brake reserviors fitted
  • Rizoma fender eliminator, LED tail/brake light assembly and number plate bracket fitted
  • Rizoma Zero 11 turn signals fitted to rear (front still to be fitted)
  • Arrow twin slip-on cans fitted and baffles removed
  • Salter Engineering stainless steel radiator/oil cooler guard fitted
  • Billet alloy rego roll holder
  • Genuine Triumph carbon fibre tank pad
  • Genuine Triumph textured black rear hugger
  • Genuine Triumph black anodised billet alloy shorty clutch & brake levers
  • Genuine Triumph pillion seat cover Phantom Black colour matched

Still to be fitted:

  • Rizoma 42mm black billet alloy bar riser clamps
  • Rizoma Zero 11 turn signals to front of bike
  • K&N air filter

Everyone loves to get a new bike!

July 11th, 2009
The very happy Gareth with his new 15th Anniversary Triumph Speed Triple Special Edition

The very happy Gareth with his new 15th Anniversary Triumph Speed Triple Special Edition

Knee Draggers founder Gareth recently took possession of a brand new 15th Anniversary Special Edition Triumph Speed Triple, the definitive factory streetfighter.

Plans are afoot to upgrade the exhaust system to a 3 into 1 full Arrow race system, add a K&N air filter, an Ermax undertail kit, LED turn signals and more. Stay tuned for more news about Project Speed Triple as it progresses.

Baby it’s cold outside…

June 7th, 2009
The result of rapidly cooling roads. The rider was lucky and walked away after hitting the armco

The result of rapidly cooling roads. The rider was lucky and walked away after hitting the armco

Winter time in the southern states of Australia can provide the dedicated rider with a truly blissful experience. It doesn’t get much better than turning up to a country cafe or pub and thawing out infront of an open fire.
However, remember with cooler weather comes the risks of cold, wet roads and cold tyres.  One of our riders has found this out the hard way along the Great Ocean Road. Luckily he walked away from it, but his bike had to find its way home in the back of a ute.

On the other hand, winter is the traditional time to clean out your old t-shirts. So why not update with some of Knee Draggers finest. That way when you peel off the layers at infront of that open fire, you’ll at least look cool.

Knee Draggers are GO!

August 20th, 2008

Greetings and welcome to Knee Draggers, where we worship the modern day sports bike and those who ride them, without prejudice of favour.

We’re in to process of fine tuning our website right now. We are aiming to update our site periodically to showcase our latest range right in time for the warmer weather here in Australia.

You’ll also find that we will be providing downloadable maps and GPS routes to some of the best rides around our country. At first we’ll concerntrate on Victoria, which is what we know best. We will then be producing maps for the other states as we continue to explore the best twisty backroads of Australia.

Coming to Melbourne soon?
First time in Melbourne? Don’t know where the good roads are? Want to avoid the cars and tourists but still see the sights and enjoy the roads?
Knee Draggers can help. We have extensive knowledge of some of the best rides and back roads in the state. Contact us and we’ll try our best to help.

Why Knee Draggers?

August 2nd, 2008

To give cruiser riders the shits by continually showing them how to ride properly and to create cheeky and cutting edge t-shirt designs that real motorcyclists would be proud to wear.




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