Have you ever wondered why the motorcycle manufacturers don’t offer some type of protection for the undersides of their motorcycles. I’m not saying we need military spec ballistic armor for the undercarriage. What would be nice is some type of shield capable of protecting the bottom side from errant road debris. K and G Cycles (www.kandgcycles.com) has been on a search to find that critter, and we can proudly say, “we have accomplished our mission”. Now you can have stylish protection for the underside of your Gold Wing that won’t impact accessibility for servicing the bike..
If you want to streamline and protect your motorcycles undercarriage, then you can add a belly pan (Part # BBP-52-817 – Polished Aluminum Finish) to your 2001-2013 Honda Gold Wing GL1800 and reap the benefits. While the primary goal of a belly pan is to protect the critical, exposed parts under your motorcycle such as your coolant tank,oil pan, you get so much more. The added benefits include a streamlining effect that contributes to smoother air flow resulting in less wind drag and buffeting at highway speeds. The end result is better control and potential fuel savings. Employing a custom engineered perforation pattern that has been incorporated in the design, ventilation has been increased thus achieving better airflow. This unit is made from aircraft grade aluminum (offered in Black Anodized Aluminum Part # BBP-52-817BK) and has a 2 piece design that allows easy access to the oil filter when servicing your motorcycle. There is no need to worry about sharp edges because they have all been softened to minimize potential damage and injury. Best of all, this unit is produced in the Good Ole U.S.A.
Stability and protection are always features you should concern yourself with, and that is why this Belly Pan available at K and G Cycles (www.kandgcycles.com) is a wise accessory decision. With a fitment that includes 2001 – 2013 Honda Gold Wing Motorcycles (even the new F6B) it covers a bunch of you, and offers a huge amount of protection from all that junk on the road. Style and function – what more could you ask for?