Shifter Peg extension for Triumph Classic

The solution is cheaper than you think.

Have you ever found yourself in trouble finding the Shifter peg when you are riding your Triumph Classic? Do not worry, this problem afflicts many classic Triumph owners.

Often, in fact, especially when we are driving calmly and thinking about something else, it happens that we look for the shifter peg with the foot and we do not find it. The problem is
that these motorcycle are born with a very short gear lever that is difficult to find with the foot, especially if we are wearing motorcycle boots.

Shifter Peg extension for Triumph Classic

In these cases, the support that us of FreeSpirits have decided to carry out to extend the original lever will be useful. The kit extends the lever by 12 mm and includes the particular
longer double-diameter screw and the black anodized spacer, both of high quality, which can handle very high loads without bending in any way.

Shifter Peg extension for Triumph Classic

The assembly is simple and immediate and the change is always reversible, as FreeSpirits tradition.

Suitable for:

  • Triumph Bonneville 790-865cc
  • Triumph Scrambler 865cc
  • Triumph Street Twin
  • Triumph Street Cup
  • Triumph Street Scrambler
  • Triumph Bonneville T100 2016 up
  • Triumph Bonneville T120
  • Triumph Bobber
  • Triumph Bobber Black
  • Triumph Speedmaster 1200

Shifter Peg extension for Triumph Classic

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6 thoughts on “Shifter Peg too short and hard to find on your Triumph?

  1. Wayne Nowocin 5 months ago

    I’m having a problem reaching the shift peg on a 2018 t120 and 12mm is not enough, more like 25 would do the trick. Is that available for a modern classic?

    1. Free Spirits 5 months ago

      No I’m sorry. We have only the 12 mm extension.
      Have a nice day!

  2. Karl Sanchez 2 months ago

    I have a 2015 SPEEDMASTER EFI. Are there any options to change the shift peg to a longer width?

    1. Free Spirits 2 months ago

      Hi Karl! First of all thanks for your interest in our products. Unfortunately on old Speedmaster the footpegs is welded so the only solution is to change completely the footrest. I’m sorry!

  3. Jim Bianco 1 month ago

    I have this issue, especially with my boots on. Will try this and review it.

    1. Free Spirits 1 week ago

      Let me know when you review it!