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Talking Grisu Grizzly's (Urs Pedraita) Crash Bars

I was on the Victory website today poking around and I noticed a page with Grisu Grizzly story. I was wondering if anyone knows were to purchase the crash bars he has installed on his Cross Country.
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Really hard to tell from that picture but they look like an add on to the stock bars.

I just wnet to FB and watched the entire video. there is only one place in the beginning where you can get a good look at them. the look like they are half hoops welded to the sock bars.

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Really hard to tell from that picture but they look like an add on to the stock bars.
Yea , like they extended them out more .....

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Yep. Sure looks like they bolted on an extension piece. Probably expected to drop it at least once on that leg of the trip. I remember reading and also seeing this bike in person at Sturgis last year. He modified it differently for each leg of his trip. He had to be well funded to do all this. Good for him and his ability to do it.
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I thought it would be great for mounting larger lights too.
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