Riding a motorcycle is an exhilarating experience, but it comes with its fair share of risks. When it comes to protecting your beloved two-wheeled machine, installing frame sliders should be high on your priority list. These unassuming accessories can make a world of difference in safeguarding your motorcycle. Accidents happen, and when they involve motorcycles, they can result in expensive repairs.
Frame sliders act as a first line of defense, reducing the risk of extensive damage to your bike’s critical components. By taking the brunt of the impact during a fall or slide, frame sliders can save you a significant amount of money in repairs.
One of the best things about frame sliders is their ease of installation. In most cases, you can mount them yourself with basic tools and a little know-how. This means you don’t need to be a motorcycle mechanic to enjoy the benefits of frame sliders. They are a cost-effective and accessible safety upgrade for riders of all skill levels.
I’ve selected the Woodcraft sliders because of the awesome service from the Woodcraft team, the availability of parts, the quick shipping, and the wide selection of options (length, color, etc.)
In this video, we’ll delve into the process of installing the Woodcraft frame sliders on my 2018 Yamaha R3.