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Adventure Spec Honda CRF300L Side Luggage Support Rack

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198.00 198.0 USD 198.00

£ 132.50

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Side Luggage Supports for your Honda CRF 300L. These lightweight but rugged Aluminium supports will give you the base you need for mounting regular throw-over pannier style saddlebag such as our Magadan Panniers. Designed to work with our Rear Rack which is sold separately. Weight = 2020g / 71.2oz


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OEM FIT

No drilling required

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LIGHT & STRONG

The right balance between weight and strength

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SLIM FIT

Designed to add minimal bulk

Simon wears the Linesman Pant. See more here.

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VERSATILE MOUNTING

Attach panniers directly or over the top

Simon wears the Singletrack Jacket, Linesman Pant & Alpine Gloves. See more here.

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MULTIPLE MOUNTING POINTS

Lots of space for straps and clips

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PERFECT FIT

Mounts with our CRF300L Rear Rack

Find out more and buy our CRF300L Rear Rack HERE

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QUICK INSTALL

Mounts in minutes

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ADV READY

Essential luggage carrying for ADV riding

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THE FULL PACKAGE

Designed to work with our CRF300L Hard Parts

See all our CRF300L Hard Parts HERE

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MAGADAN COMPATIBLE

Built to work with our Magadan Panniers and Pouches

The Honda CRF300L has picked up the ADV baton from the 250L and run with it.

Simple, reliable, long service intervals, cheap… it’s the no fuss adventure bike that really will get you round the world. 

A clear cut classic within the adventure, trail and dualsport genre. 

Our Hard Parts are designed to take that solid foundation and add the essentials to turn your little CRF into a bike that is truly ready for ADV by adding well thought out protection and luggage carrying capabilities. 

 
 


Which CRF will it fit?

The 250L? The 300L? The 450L? Or the Rally's? 

Find out here