Top 5 motorcycle mods for under £50

Top 5 motorcycle mods for under £50

Top 5 motorcycle mods for under £50 – Over the years I’ve spent lots of £££’s on accessories and modifications for my motorbikes, some have been a waste of money, some have been brilliant. In this video I give you my top five modifications and accessories for less than £50. Here are the links as promised:-

R&G Heated Grips
Tank Pad
Spots and Stripes
Brake and Clutch levers
Disc lock with Alarm

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I use the following equipment to record and edit my VLOGs:-
GoPro HD Hero 4 helmet camera
GoPro Session (4) “B” Camera
Nikon D7100 DSLR for static and video shots with various lenses
Lavalier microphone and sellotape for in helmet audio
BOYA BY-M1 3.5 mm Lavalier Microphone for in-garage pieces
Movo LV20 Dual Lavalier Clip-on Microphones for 2 person interviews
Power Director 8 for the PC (for video editing)
Radio mic for in garage audio
Rode VIDEOMICPRO On Camera Microphone for general use
Rode Deadcat VMPR Windshield to kill wind noise
Neewer CN 160 LED Dimmable Ultra High Power Panel Video Light
Goliton® Camera DSLR Triple Mount for LED Video Lights Microphones
A pair of Lantoo LED Floodlight 50W for additional lighting

My current motorcyles are:-
Honda CRF250L
Triumph Street Triple R
Ducati 899 Panigale

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alan lake says:

Well on your recommendation I got the disc lock from amazon, but had to take the batteries out as it was always going off, puff of wind would set it off, and it does not come up on any insurance approved disc lock, but worth the money

ibez07 says:

gonna order the disc lock and grips now

Geoff Halsey says:

My neighbour has an old BMW R80 fitted with a water cooled twin cylinder diesel engine. Weird or what, but there's more he's plumbed the water from the engine through the handle bars! Now that's what I call heated grips.

John Cain says:

Pro Tip: If the back of your tank is already scratched up from your jacket zipper, just slap on the tank pad after the fact–completely covers up the scratches, and no one need ever know that you failed to protect your tank.

kedgeuk says:

I'd be very wary of brake levers that are so cheap. There were a few stories on forums a good few years ago regarding cheap levers bought off eBay and them failing under hard braking. Hopefully manufacturing quality has improved since.

Liam Houghton says:

Another good video. Love that triumph, that's my goal after I'm tired with the sv650.

Marshall Hewison says:

Hey kid's…..

Lorne Scott-Wilson says:

Nice add-ons. I would add to them a cell phone/GPS holder. I have made my own for free and love it. Beats getting lost in a new area or stopping every 5 mins to check your phone for directions.

David Florance says:

cherio tmf we use a tank bra cause my belly scratches the tank lol

Cotti says:

Great stuff 👍🏻

Nathaniel Allyn says:

I like the new Logo. Great job as always!

Gerard Hesp says:

Thanks for your reviews and tips MF, when is someone going to offer you a TV/youtube bike show! Keep up the good work, much appreciated. Fender extender was a cheap mod for my CBF1000.

Moto Noob says:

I have the exact same bar end mirrors on mt ST3R. Are yours on the opposite side or are mine?

Nicholas Crocker says:

When you ride your CRF250L do you find yourself pressing the horn button when you think you are operating the indicator switch. Honda should be forced to recall all their newer bikes and have 'proper' switch gear fitted. Hey Ho.

DervMan says:

Nice mug TMF 👌🏼☕️

J RC says:

Well presented.

335fusion says:

Be interested in your view of the new helmet HUD for £671

sudeep ok says:

TMF Which bike should i buy Street triple rs or MV agusta brutale 800?

iamtherealzombie says:

Great and helpful video, as always! Keep up the great work, can't understand how you only have 30k subs :/

Dave Clarke says:

Great tips. You missed recommending buying a TMF cupboard sticker for £49.95 as your number 1 thing to buy 🙂

Knightlore10 says:

Are the stripes and spots on your Speed Triple black or clear?

Nicholas Crocker says:

Most of the brake and clutch levers for my CRF250L on eBay appear to come from China. They look good in red but at about 16 quid, including postage, are they any good?

faith biker says:

Interesting video.  Take care!

Wayne Compton says:

Thank you for the video Take care

fazer john says:

Thanks for the video. How about the 5 most disappointing accessories? You know the ones you buy, fit to the bike and later remove?

Max Flight says:

Best motorcycle accessory under £50 is a £25 eBay 3000W "dog drier" with a decent flexy hose. Makes washing your bike a pleasure

Toxic Chillz says:

nice video, could you please do a review/first ride of the 2017 cbr 650f?

Darth Vader says:

Well done mate.. I'm jealous of your bike collection and admire the way you've been able to keep them so clean, despite the weather in old blighty!
Think you'd like riding in Australia..

Danny's Moto Channel says:

Hi TMF. The best thing I've ever bought for less than £50 was my chain tensioning tool. It's by tru tension. Not technically something on the bike but even as a quick check every time I clean the bike it's well worth the investment.

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