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Canyon Cages - Where to Buy From?`

Hi this is my first post in the forums. Im settling up a deal to buy my first FJR in the coming week. Its a 2016 FJR1300 ES. The bike doesn't have any engine or case protection and so I was looking at the Canyon Cages offered by MC Enterprises USA.

I tried emailing [email protected] for a quote on the following items and even tried calling the number listed on their website, 866-886-2368,but no reply and I get the prerecorded message saying this number has been disconnected.

Does any one know where I can purchase these parts from? Also, I'm in Canada but buying from the US shouldn't be a problem for me as I can ship to one of those places that will bring my shipment over to Canada, if the online vendor doesn't ship to Canada.
  1. #1200-410 Canyon Cage (Yamaha FJR 1300 2013-201
  2. #1200-310 Side Bag Guards (Yamaha FJR 1300 2006-2019)
  3. #225 Foot Pegs w/Clamps
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Hi this is my first post in the forums. Im settling up a deal to buy my first FJR in the coming week. Its a 2016 FJR1300 ES. The bike doesn't have any engine or case protection and so I was looking at the Canyon Cages offered by MC Enterprises USA.

I tried emailing [email protected] for a quote on the following items and even tried calling the number listed on their website, 866-886-2368,but no reply and I get the prerecorded message saying this number has been disconnected.

Does any one know where I can purchase these parts from? Also, I'm in Canada but buying from the US shouldn't be a problem for me as I can ship to one of those places that will bring my shipment over to Canada, if the online vendor doesn't ship to Canada.
  1. #1200-410 Canyon Cage (Yamaha FJR 1300 2013-201[IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.fjrowners.com/forums/images/smilies/icon_cool.gif[/IMG]
  2. #1200-310 Side Bag Guards (Yamaha FJR 1300 2006-2019)
  3. #225 Foot Pegs w/Clamps
As far as I’ve read, they are no longer selling their items. Try the ones from Russia on eBay... search “FJR1300 crash” , or go with the TRex ones stateside.

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Good luck! You might get lucky and find a set on eBay or sometimes on this forum. They go fast whenever they show up. I do not believe the company makes them anymore.

I bought a set of luggage guards from R-Gaza (that's the russian version mentioned above). I am happy with the look and build. I was holding out on the engine guards until I saw the smaller luggage guards, but will likely buy them now.

I had canyon cages on my previous FJR and looked for a while before moving on the R-Gaza version. Some people also suggest T-Rex, I think.

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I have the T-Rex guards fore and aft. I haven't used them for their intended purpose (i.e. no stop 'n' flops) ... yet. Others have put them to use and generally are pleased with the protection they have provided. They appear to be robustly built, and I like the look of them.
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As far as Iíve read, they are no longer selling their items. Try the ones from Russia on eBay... search ďFJR1300 crashĒ , or go with the TRex ones stateside.
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Good luck! You might get lucky and find a set on eBay or sometimes on this forum. They go fast whenever they show up. I do not believe the company makes them anymore.

I bought a set of luggage guards from R-Gaza (that's the russian version mentioned above). I am happy with the look and build. I was holding out on the engine guards until I saw the smaller luggage guards, but will likely buy them now.

I had canyon cages on my previous FJR and looked for a while before moving on the R-Gaza version. Some people also suggest T-Rex, I think.
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I have the T-Rex guards fore and aft. I haven't used them for their intended purpose (i.e. no stop 'n' flops) ... yet. Others have put them to use and generally are pleased with the protection they have provided. They appear to be robustly built, and I like the look of them.
Thanks for all your feedback! Much appreciated.
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Iíve put t-Rex to the test. Their functionality is great, as is their customer service. Iíve been pleased.

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Good luck! You might get lucky and find a set on eBay or sometimes on this forum. They go fast whenever they show up. I do not believe the company makes them anymore.

I bought a set of luggage guards from R-Gaza (that's the russian version mentioned above). I am happy with the look and build. I was holding out on the engine guards until I saw the smaller luggage guards, but will likely buy them now.

I had canyon cages on my previous FJR and looked for a while before moving on the R-Gaza version. Some people also suggest T-Rex, I think.
Hi Tnjallen, do you have a set of highway pegs on your R-Gaza engine guard? This is something I was interested in getting to stretch the legs on those long rides. Are they easy to install?

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Hi Bill, do you have a set of highway pegs on your T-Rex engine guard? Are they easy to install?
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No. I donít find highway pegs to be something that would benefit the FJR. But T-Rex sells a set for their cages.
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Hi Bill, do you have a set of highway pegs on your T-Rex engine guard? Are they easy to install?

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No. I donít find highway pegs to be something that would benefit the FJR. But T-Rex sells a set for their cages.
Hi Bill, I am a 6 foot rider and think I may need a set of pegs to stretch the legs out on a long ride. I havent ridden on an FJR for long rides though. if you dont mind me asking, are you a taller rider and dont need pegs because of the seating position on the bike?
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I’m 6 feet tall. I don’t use highway pegs on the fjr because of the angle and how close they’d be. I have, however, used and enjoyed peg lowering brackets for long distance rides. Makes a huge difference. For long rides, you just have to stand up periodically, otherwise your knees and Butt are going to get very unhappy. For rides of 1,000 miles or longer, sometimes my knees hurt like I’m getting continuously tased. Not a problem as often if I stand periodically, not a problem at all if I’m running lowering brackets. Regardless, I remove peg feelers. They do nothing but decrease available lean angle, to me.
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Hi Bill, I am a 6 foot rider and think I may need a set of pegs to stretch the legs out on a long ride. I havent ridden on an FJR for long rides though. if you dont mind me asking, are you a taller rider and dont need pegs because of the seating position on the bike?

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