Adventure-Spec Honda CRF450L Mini Fairing

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157.00 157.0 USD 121.62

£ 95.83

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A mini-fairing for your CRF450L / CRF450RL designed to provide protection from the elements and options for mounting electrical accessories such as GPS, USB, switches, lighter sockets and rally roadbook holders. The screen comes in a variety of colours and the support mounts directly to your forks.


The CRF450l is Hondas first fully road legal lightweight adventure bike to hit the market. It has some superb and unique characteristics making it uniquely suited to the long distance trail rider, but as with many such bikes even Hondas epic work can be improved upon a little for riders like ourselves.

The CRF450L Mini Fairing is the part we all wanted most!

You know the score. You have too much ‘stuff’ bolted to your bars or hanging off every available Ram Ball mount slot available. You have charging cables everywhere and you can’t see the bikes clocks properly whilst the folding mirrors keep getting in the way of everything whenever you tuck them up safely out of harms way.

In addition, you can’t help thinking that on those long road runs just a little bit of relief from that wind blast would be really nice…Say hello to the AS Mini Fairing!

Super simple and bolted to the top of your triple clamps in seconds you’ll instantly gain a great looking fairing that will keep your GPS up high (exactly where you want it to stop you constantly looking downwards), allow you access to a mounting point for a 12v power source and a single 12v switch, and it will add a small screen that really does help to deflect a surprising amount of wind blast. Finally, it keeps the areas around your clocks clear so that you can access the superb amount of fuelling data available from the Honda display (km/l average, km/l live, litres used, trips, speed etc.).

At this price, what’s not to love!

Please note : GPS Mount, 12v power source and 12v switch not included.




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