Triumph Motorcycle Sissy Bars

Triumph Motorcycle Sissy Bars

A sissy bar also frequently called a ‘sister bar’ plays the role of a backrest for the comfort of the rider or a passenger. Your bike without a sissy bar is great when you're just hopping onto it for a short while, but any extended amount of seat time can reveal discomfort with your posterior. A sissy bar will comfortably cradle you on your next tour. You can also use it for handling and mounting your extra luggage and helmet that you want to carry with you. It also is a great addition to the stylistic demands of your bike. If you're interested in having the supreme quality Triumph sissy bars, ‘Viking Bags' is one best place for you. Our Triumph motorcycle sissy bars are widely desiderated because of their peerless durability. We keep Triumph sissy bars of every desired size (short, medium and tall). These motorcycle sissy bars for Triumph, quality-wise premier and easy to afford for everyone, have an alluring stainless steel matte, black and chrome finishing. They can be quickly released, attached and detached with an easy touch from your bike. The weather-resistant idiosyncrasy of these Triumph sissy bars allows you to ride in unfavorable weather too. We offer specific motorcycle sissy bars for Triumph Thunderbird and Rocket.

Many motorcyclists enjoy taking leisurely rides or speeding by on their Triumph motorcycles. Sometimes they will only carry a few items on their person or ride alone as they make their way to the destination.

But when a trip requires you to strap luggage to your motorcycle’s outer structure or drop off a passenger at his/her stop, that is when things get a bit more challenging. Compared to four-wheeled vehicles, two-wheelers are much smaller and thinner in size. This does not leave a lot of room to carry much else besides yourself and the necessities.

Though saddlebags can be attached to the sides, windshield, handlebars, etc., they are still constrained to your motorcycle’s dimensions. A Triumph motorcycle sissy bar provides several extra feet of space extended upward that you can exploit. Check out this page at Viking Bags if you want a better understanding of what Triumph sissy bars are.

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Models for Triumph Motorcycle Sissy Bars

Thunderbird Sissy Bars

It is possible to have a backrest pad built into a Thunderbird sissy bar that either press against your entire back or just the center of it. The pad can come in either vinyl or leather material which compresses against your weight yet has a heavy-duty resistance against tearing. A separate luggage rack can be attached behind the backrest pad with the surface having different designs to suit your aesthetic tastes.

Rocket Sissy Bars

Rocket sissy bars are easy to install thanks to the holes along the mounting brackets are almost perfectly aligned with the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) fender struts positions. All you require are simple tools for installation and no alterations have to be made to your motorcycle. This version makes use of a key-lockable mounting system so the Rocket sissy bar stays in place regardless of which Triumph model it is attached to.

Triumph Motorcycle Sissy Bars Design

Though a Triumph motorcycle sissy bar may seem like a single angular piece of metal, the truth is that it is formed from two long steel bars. The steel bars make up most of the Triumph sissy bar’s body, varying in height from short, medium, and high. The average height for Triumph motorcycle sissy bars falls in the range of about 25 inches from top to bottom.

The point where the two long steel bars meet is at the top, curving inward to form a point. The point can be a rounded tip with an upside-down U-shape created in the space underneath. This type of point makes it less time-consuming when putting on multiple luggage. However, you can also opt for a pointed tip with an upside-down V-shape in the area below instead. You may favor this type of point if you want it to catch your luggage when it risks coming loose.

As you head towards the bottom, the width between the twin steel rods grows farther apart. This space makes it possible to attach the Triumph sissy bar at the back of your motorcycle without blocking the signal, tail, or brake lights. The ends at the bottom of the Triumph motorcycle sissy bar are rounded leaf-like mounting brackets with holes, contours, and/or rungs.

Triumph Motorcycle Sissy Bars Characteristics

Because the majority of Triumph motorcycle sissy bars are constructed from clean-looking yet thick steel bars, this means they are tough enough to resist damage from weather, rust, or flying debris. However, they are not invincible as a high drop or scratching the surface could shorten their longevity. The durability prevents damage that can occur without warning so remember to take care when handling a Triumph sissy bar.

Another characteristic that contributes to the overall durability of the Triumph motorcycle sissy bar is the finish. The thin layer of paint over the steel bars helps to reduce scratching. The finish can either be a black matte or chrome design, so you have options for how your Triumph sissy bar will look.

Triumph motorcycle sissy bars with a narrower width usually are only able to carry luggage while those with a broader width can both secure cargo and provide a backrest for a passenger.

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