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I'm looking for recommendations for Hi way pegs/bars for my 2010 1800. I'm 6'2"

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I like the spring loaded Mick-O-Pegs. They have several variations so it's best to just send them an e-mail at their CUSTOM FIT ANALYSIS


I also like the RIVCO Aeropegs for their clean, factory look. https://www.rivcoproducts.com/
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Plus one for the Rivco's! They look clean and work well. I'm not a fan of things that hang off the bike like the Mic-O-Pegs or Kury Ergo's. They add bulk and make the bike look cluttered.
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I've watched one too many people lose it on a bike with those M-named pegs installed. :shock:

Anopther Rivco Aeropegs plus one. They *are* adjustable.
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I, too, like my Mick-O's. I should have gone with the block that fit my height, but they didn't have one in stock and went with the one for up to 5'11" IIRC. I'm 6' and should have waited, but got impatient due to an upcoming trip that I wanted them on for. One of the Mick brothers recommended that block by saying that he would also be the same height as me for the longer reach, but found that he was for comfortable with the one for a shorter reach.

I wish I would have waited. Mine is okay. My only hold up is that just the block for the little extra reach is over $200 IIRC. So far, it's not uncomfortable enough for that expense yet.
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Mountain rider wrote: Wed Jun 09, 2021 1:39 pm Plus one for the Rivco's! They look clean and work well. I'm not a fan of things that hang off the bike like the Mic-O-Pegs or Kury Ergo's. They add bulk and make the bike look cluttered.

you can barely see them......
Mick.O.Pegs is the way to go, they spring up out of the way.

I know of two bikes that took a bad tumble when the hard highway pegs caught some pavement on a tight turn...
the Mick.O.Pegs will spring up out of the way.


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I really like my Rivco pegs. I'm 5'11 with a 33 inch inseam

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Post by bookmaker »

6' 3" here so know the the long leg issue on a wing. Bought an 03 in aug. of that year and took a ride in oct. same year to Mick O Pegs home north of Detroit to get the right type and haven't looked back. Another note 18 years old and still no sign of rust on them, just a little sun fading of the foot rests. :D

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