Multi-way Adjustable CNC alloy rider foot pegs – Fits Speed Twin / Trident 660 / Tiger 660 / T100 / T120 / Bobber 1200 / Street Twin / Street Cup / Thruxton / Thruxton R / Bobber


TEC Adjustable rider footrest kits in All Black or Black with Silver foot pegs

This kit consists of a pair of footpegs.

Everybody is a different size and as we ride these bikes all the time we know on certain models the pegs are just not in the correct position, even for an average size rider.

For example with the standard seat most riders find the seat to peg distance too short on the Street Twin. On the Street Cup and Thruxton models most riders find the pegs too far forward. On the T120 and T100 we find that some riders feel the off set pegs are too low or forward.

So if you feel the pegs need moving in any direction or you find the distance to the brake or gear lever too long or short these pegs are the answer.

To fine tune your foot position we also supply with optional 40mm adjustment range arms at additional cost.

Customer Reviews

Based on 78 reviews
john pendlebury
Foot rests to compensate for broken leg

I have fitted the new rests. I would have liked the rest to be a bit longer, to make it easier to fit my feet. But it’s well made! And I am going out for a ride so I can try them out properly. Thanks

Dan Moldestad

Nice upgrade- but the lever position is not good since this kit moves the pegs out about 1 cm- my bike is a 2022 Speed Twin 1200- cant find any lever options in the marked- anyone know where to find gear levers fit my bike?

Thruxton front pegs

Fitted these to my 2010 Thruxton 900. Much better and not as fragile as original Triumph part! Excellent product!

jean-noel bouzat

Un produit de bonne qualité a un prix raisonnable, on en redemande, en plus le service est nickel.
Le montage se fait sans problème quant on a compris le systeme du ressort de rappel .
notation 5/5

Mark Fowler
Great upgrade

Fitted these to my speed twin after putting up with the standard factory ones for too long. I found the original ones a bit high and a slightly odd position to the shifter/brake lever, leading to a niggling annoyance. I do think that these need to be paired with some longer levers as the mech/design to make the rotation pushes your boots away from the frame further, making the stock ones awkward to use. I ended up buying levers from Germany. Now the bike is transformed, so much more natural to use. Well made and easy to fit.