Rear Fender Eliminator Kit

At Tamarit Motorcycles we know how much you love your bike. That's evident by the modifications our customers make to their bikes on a regular basis in order to keep them looking as fresh as possible. It's fair to say that in recent months, we've seen one of our parts fly out the door. That's right, our Triumph Bonneville Bobber mudguard remover kits have become super popular. And yet, there are still many riders who are quite confused about the exact purpose of these parts. In this article, we hope to explain exactly what these Triumph Bobber eliminator kits are for and why they are taking the motorbike world by storm.

Purpose of Triumph Bobber Fender Eliminator Kits

Simply put, the Triumph Bobber rear fender eliminator kits are designed to give your bike an extra touch of cool. It's comparable to rally drivers adding stripes to the sides of their cars. And, let's face it, it's no wonder that riders want to remove these parts, as they are far from the best-looking parts on the market. Basically, these eliminator kits allow you to do away with that inelegant piece of plastic covering your rear wheel and allow you to mount the rear lights and number plate directly under the tail. Of course, in the true Triumph Bobber style, it is often argued that this modification helps to reduce the weight of the bike, even though modern mudguards are usually made of fibreglass and weigh next to nothing. In reality, this is a purely cosmetic modification, and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that.

Are there any disadvantages to fitting a Triumph Bobber tail tidy?

As with most things, there are a few disadvantages to replacing the rear fender with a Triumph Bobber tail tidy, as these eliminator kits are also called. Firstly, you are likely to become quite unpopular with whoever is riding behind you. This is because, without the protection of the rear fender, vehicles behind you are at greater risk of stones and debris flying into their windscreen. Legally, number plates can also become a problem, as it is often reported that they are not as visible when attached to the tail tidy. It is important to check this before going out on the road and getting into trouble with the authorities. Unfortunately, the removal of the rear fender is also likely to affect you, as you are likely to get some water and dirt on it. However, this is not usually a problem for riders who use their bikes for racing or recreational riding. The Tamarit team is always happy to offer advice to riders on whether removing the rear fender is something they should consider. The good news is that we have a wide range of these parts available, including the Triumph Bonneville Bobber tail tidy and the Triumph Bobber Black tail tidy. You're virtually guaranteed to find the eliminator kit that perfectly suits your needs.