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So far kris has created 41 blog entries.

“Ride with Locals” upgrades their fleet with TwinPegs

The motorcycle tour company @ridewithlocals.is in Iceland decided to be the first motorcycle tour company in the world to upgrade their fleet of KTM 690/ Husqvarna 701 with TwinPegs! The best are using the best, and the customers have an even better motorcycle experience to look forward to Going [...]

“Ride with Locals” upgrades their fleet with TwinPegs

TwinPegs Baja Review

The first professional review of TwinPegs was published by the California based famous MX photographer Simon Cudby (@cudby) on his excellent site for Adventure Motorcycle content offroadundergound.com / @offroadundergroundofficial. Read the entire review by clicking here.

TwinPegs Baja Review

Launch of TwinPegs™ for KTM 690 / Husquarna 701

Launch of TwinPegs™ for KTM 690 / Husquarna 701 After a long time of development work and extensive testing, this important product is now officially launched! The attention to functionality and quality have been uncompromising during the design process and the fabrication in Norway. The reviews [...]

Launch of TwinPegs™ for KTM 690 / Husquarna 701

Mark Collier

Ride Report / Review, TwinPegs™. I was intrigued at the concept of a dual-peg ride format, so i contacted the designer, Kai Ingvald Flateland, and asked to get involved early in the test and evaluation process. (I previously worked with after-market windshield design / builder 7Jurock.com for two years [...]

Mark Collier

Jeff Kleist

Just returned from riding the Washington Backcountry Discovery Route (WABDR). We brought along several new products to try out on an extended off-road ride! The one we are most excited about is TwinPegs! They provide an incredible amount of comfort and stability while riding off road! Less fatigue and [...]

Jeff Kleist

Erik Helgesplass

Had my first practice sessions with prototype Twinpegs mountet on a 2017 Ktm exc 250 this weekend, and first that comes into my mind is, "wow, this is pretty awsome". I think I go into the weekend worrier category, and I lack both stamina and technical riding skills, wich [...]

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