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Triumph Tiger 1200

Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer ‘12-’14 S/Steel Cooler Grill Powerbronze cooler grills are designed to enhance your machine’s appearance and protect your vulnerable radiator from being damaged by debris thrown up by the front wheel. Made from stainless steel and polished to a mirror finish, our cooler grills require no modification to fit and cost much less than a new radiator! There are over 45 models currently available in the Powerbronze cooler grill range, each a guaranteed fit for the model. Triumph 1200 Explorer ‘12- ’15 Carbon Look Hugger - No Chain Guard Give the rear of your bike a Powerbronze rear hugger. Each rear hugger comes pre-drilled with all mountings, so no drilling, cutting or zip ties required. All Powerbronze rear huggers are made from high impact plastic for a smooth internal finish and “rolled” edges and all brackets and necessary fixings are supplied. They use ‘Posi-Fix’, steel sleeved rubber mounting points to dampen vibration and avoid cracking. Many of their huggers have chain gaurds built into the shape where appropriate. Over the last couple of years Powerbronze has started introducing a number of vented rear hugger on some models with the option of gold or silver coloured mesh vents for that extra bit of style. Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer, 12-15, Tiger 1200 Explorer Xc, 13-15 Wind Deflector Now here is quite a nifty little gadget. The Powerbronze Wind Deflectors are designed to help keep down the air blast hitting the rider, which helps with strain and muscle fatigue in the neck, shoulders and lower back making those longer journeys a lot more pleasurable. They are available in a range of colours. Check out for your nearest stockist and while you are there have a look at their great range of aftermarket ‘trick bits’ for your bike. 20 DIRT & TRAIL MAGAZINE JUNE 2020 GET IT. READ IT. LOVE IT! SA’S MOST LOVED ROAD & TRACK MOTORCYCLE MAGAZINE. READ IT AT