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    Default Nico 75 - Ryker knee pads

    Hi all as anyone fitted the BRP knee pads WITHOUT taking any panels off? If so is it easy. Regards Nico 75
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    Based on BRP's installation video, it looks to be very easy.

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    Do the knee pads help anything i.e. comfort? What is that secondary piece that has an attachment point on the inside?

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    Hi all ref knee pads I think it's a " belt and braces thing " ( the ring fitting at back ) regards Nico 75

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    What's the actual point of them?


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    Hi all ref knee pads I think they are more comfortable for your knees than HARD plastic must be better regards Nico 75

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nico75 View Post
    Hi all ref knee pads I think they are more comfortable for your knees than HARD plastic must be better regards Nico 75
    But my knees are in open air whilst ryding my Ryker, so pads will make no difference!

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    Yes: I've put them on (easily--no panel removal needed), & they do provide a good surface for knee-gripping while turning at speed.

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    Hi aufgeblassen47 try keeping your knees open on fast tight corners , instinct puts your knees onto the plastic regards Nico 75

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aufgeblassen47 View Post
    But my knees are in open air whilst ryding my Ryker, so pads will make no difference!
    When you're going around corners, try hugging the Ryker with your knees. You will feel more planted in the seat. The downfall to that is the insides of your knees can get sore due to the hard plastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nico75 View Post
    Hi aufgeblassen47 try keeping your knees open on fast tight corners , instinct puts your knees onto the plastic regards Nico 75
    Never had that problem. Simply going slower on the corners works.

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    All I have to say is for $100 my knees work just fine!!!

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