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Foot Pegs and Pedal Pads for Buell Blast

The Buell Blast, a nimble unit built by Harley-Davidson from 2000 to 2009, offered the style and classic looks associated with Harley-Davidson on a smaller, easy to handle frame that offered new motorcyclists the ability to learn to ride with confidence. Foot pegs and pedal pads are critical accessories for your Buell Blast model. Replacing foot pegs and pedal pads for Buell Blast motorcycles will help to maintain the integrity of your ride and offer you greater safety out on the road.

Are Buell Blast foot pegs just foot rests?

The ultimate purpose of a foot peg on a motorcycle is to help distribute your weight across the frame of the bike. While you sit on the seat, a great deal of your weight is balanced at that contact point on the motorcycle. Foot pegs serve the purpose of allowing some of your weight to be distributed lower on the motorcycle. This is especially critical during turns, when your Buell motorcycle is moving rapidly around corners. If the rider's weight is not properly distributed, the bike may become unstable and fall or spin out of the turn, causing an accident and potentially harming the rider.

Are the cleats on Buell Blast foot pegs replaceable?

Along the top surface of the foot pegs on your bike is a series of rough metal prongs or knobs, often in a distinctive pattern. These cleats allow you to stay in contact with the foot pegs during challenging conditions such as rain or sleet. Cleats may be replaced if they are worn or broken.

Can you buy extensions for Buell?

With extensions, you can customize your bike to match the different shape or size of your feet. These extension parts, once attached to the foot pegs, extend the surface area of the peg by either adding a wider space for your foot or a longer space.

How do you use Buell foot pegs while turning?

The foot pegs carry some of the load of your body weight on the motorcycle to better balance the bike for the safety of the rider and of others on the road.

When turning on pavement, use the outside foot peg as an anchoring spot for your outside leg. This will stabilize your body weight on the bike as you move through the turn.

When riding off-road and turning on rough surfaces such as dirt or gravel, try to push your feet against both the inside and outside foot peg to give yourself stability on potentially treacherous ground that could cause you to spin out and fall.

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