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AcerbisEver since Franco Acerbis developed the first Acerbis dirt bike fender in 1973, the demand for the company’s innovative products has only grown. The tradition of the company has always been to find a better way to create a dirt bike part that works better than any other option. The line has grown to include a wide variety of Acerbis dirt bike plastics with everything from side panels and radiator shrouds to fork guards and gas tanks. And, of course, there is their excellent line of hand guards as well.
For any serious offroad rider, replacing dirt bike plastics is inevitable. The Acerbis line will not only keep your bike protected, but will also look great on your bike, even after years of riding. Each piece mounts perfectly as a direct replacement. For a complete overhaul, Acerbis develops complete plastic kits for all of the top bike manufacturers that match the factory colors.
Acerbis hand guards can be seen on bikes all over the world and across many different riding disciplines. The Vision guards are perfect for an enduro bike, dual sport and even an ATV with the built in LED lights. Supermoto hand guards provide the perfect amount of coverage and performance for nimble riding. And of course, their extensive line of dirt bike and MX hand guards are stylish, well built and will keep your hands protected in extreme riding conditions.
At Dennis Kirk, you will find the best selection of Acerbis plastics and parts for the lowest price guaranteed. With everything in stock and our fast shipping, you make your bike look like new in no time. Acerbis is the number name around the world in offroad plastics and we have everything you need from them at Dennis Kirk.