Mid or Rear Mount Click-Folding Alloy Foot Rests – Meteor 350 – Black or Silver


After riding the Meteor and after hearing customer feedback – we found that the forward footrest position caused a lot of discomfort whilst riding on uneven roads or speed bumps.  This was due to you being unable to support your weight on your legs, so all shock went through your back

The simplest solution is to have mid-mounted pegs.  Allowing you to support your weight at low speeds on such roads.  It also allows you to vary your leg position on long rides

These click-up folding pegs simply screw directly into the exhaust centre box mounting bolts (please see video).  Note these mounting points are very slightly off-set but this is hardly noticeable when riding the bike.

These pegs can also be used to replace the rear passenger pegs, to keep everything looking uniform

If you fit the black colour option, they blend in so well with the bike’s frame that they are practically unnoticeable when folded up

Our knurled design allows extra grip

Comes in a clear anodised alloy (Silver) or anodised Black

Kit has 2 x folding foot pegs and 2 x M8 bolts and washers included in 50mm and 75mm lengths

Foot peg is 4 inches (10CM approx) long from pivot centre to end and 22mm in diameter


Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
Jeffrey Pearce
Mid mounted footrests for Royal Enfield Meteor

Now that they are fitted it’s nice to enjoy a new position for my legs. One of the footrests was easy to fit, the other one was very challenging. The YouTube video did make the process sound easy but in my experience it wasn’t

Paul Roberts
Meteor 350 mid mounted pegs.

A little fiddly to fit the RHS peg but does the job it was designed for admirably. As indicated by TEC, the pegs don't line up perfectly but you don't really notice in use. Good service.

Foot pegs

Fitted them to my Meteo well made makes a big difference great price

Jakub Smolar

Thanks for the good quality parts!

Tp Taylor
Footrest for meteor 350

Generic footrest is not expensive and does the job however I would not recommend standing up on them because the frame fixing points were not made for this purpose. I also cannot see a way of attaching the backing but to the right hand side whilst cat is present.