The Simple Solution: Our in-house, bolt-on hand guard for Flexx Handlebars.
Fasst Company’s Simple Solution hand guard for Flexx Handlebars allows easy mounting, with maximum strength. Spec’d just as we run our own hand guards, utilizing a threaded anchor to fasten the guard to the handle, with a 10mm button head bolt and stay to secure the guard to the pivot pin. Our hardware prevents snagging, solidly mounting the guards to your Flexx Handlebars, eliminating the ability for the guard to slip out of location.
Available with white, black, orange, blue or red shields.
Great products, also have the fasst bars. My only complaint is that the bars should come pre threaded or make it a customer option. No reason why we should be tapping the bars for the price we’re paying for these.
would like to see the plastic guard a little bigger or at least have two separate options to decide from -otherwise there awesome!
I sit here looking at my muddy bike and assessing any damage that may have befallen it after my tumultuous day at Budds Creek today (track & trails). I slammed into 4 trees today, a multitude of thick branches and laid the bike down several times (was muddy on the trails and my skill level is down near below average). These hand guards are tanks. No damage, bending or movement. I’ve ran Acerbis, Cycra Pro Bends (which I bent) and Enduro Engineering Guards - all are okay in their own right; these are great! Install was a little hard, definitely want to get some leverage when tapping the bar ends but it provides for a way more stable anchoring point; vs those little cheap expansion bolts that seem to loosen up over time. I highly recommend these if running Fasst bars - I tried a modified solution - the adaptor and Cycra Pro Bends but got these after they bent while I was on the Hatfield & McCoy trails. So far so good for these - and after today; I’m sure they’ll be good for the life of the bike.
The quality is top notch. Installation was a little challenging (Tapping bar ends), but not too difficult. Because the frame bolts directly to the pivot pin, once mounted, the position of the guards is fixed. Like many riders, I like to stand. While standing, it's better to have my levers rolled forward a little bit. This causes the levers to be less protected. I prefer the levers to be in line with the metal frame. It would be nice if there were an adjustable mounting point.