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Canyon Dancer Bar Harness II

  • Features a glass filled injection molded polycarbonate "cup" with steel lay-in that replaces the old handlebar cuff
  • Cross straps are held further away from switchgear
  • Cups eliminate possible damage to soft grips and hold the cross straps further out on the bars to clear a wider variety of fairing
  • Cups are sized to fit the fattest grips in the industry
  • Steel D-ring lat-ins prevent losses even after many years of weather and abuse begin to weaken the polycarbonate cup
  • Heavier thread with more stitches for greater strength

Note: Inches listed in size options represent the maximum handlebar width.

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Canyon Dancer Bar Harness II 4.7 5 31 31
GREAT Way To Secure The Front End Of My '15 899 Panigale I had to be creative when securing the front end of my '15 899 Panigale when transporting it in my trailer. I did a Google search and these popped up in a few forums. I like that it doesn't mess with the throttle. I also like the protective fabric that is provided to keep the straps from scratching the bike. I have not had an issue as of yet (just received them but took the trailer out to see how secure the bike was). Highly recommended for ANY bike you have. The one I purchased is the SPORT/STANDARD BLACK 32". August 23, 2015
It works. Works great. Secure and tight during the entire 5 hour drive from Seattle to Oregon Raceway Park. Used an old uhaul trailer that loves to bounce around and the bike stayed put just fine. '04 R6 August 17, 2015
Perfect fit for my R1200RT the Canyon dancer eases the process of putting my RT securely on the trailer no muss no fuss trying to run straps through the cowling. The canyon dancers eases the process no fuss trying to run straps to the cowling. Sturdy padded straps and attachment cups secure the my baby in just minutes. The quick length adjustment a lows for use on other bikes. July 6, 2015
Great product! I put my CBR600RR into the back of my truck to take from Michigan to Wisconsin (about 7 hours). My motorcycle didn't budge the whole trip. The grips were not damaged whatsoever. I did not even need a wheel chock to hold the bike. I cannot speak for the long-term use of this product because I only needed it for one trip. I will be using these again next time I need it. This worked great with 2 ratchet straps. I also connected 2 ratchet straps to the rear of my motorcycle just to be safe, but I probably didn't need them due to the stability provided by the harness. The harness also keeps the straps away from the fairings. If you follow the manufacturer directions listed on the box, you will not damage your motorcycle in any way. Excellent purchase. June 29, 2015
Works as intended. Despite other reviews, these straps did not damage my hand grips on my 2014 zx14 after a 760 mile trip. They make securing your bike a breeze, especially in conjunction with the Oxford bike dock. The straps seem well made and keeps your ratchet straps from touching your fairings June 2, 2015
excellent tool for safely tying a bike down. Easy to use, effective tool to quickly and safely tie my bike down when trailering. March 30, 2015
Good Quality, Poor Construction, Not for Sportbikes These harnesses are not meant for sport bikes. While the quality of the material used is good, really good. The construction method is poor for sport bikes. First, the cups are over sized. In the description they say they're meant for the largest grips, but unfortunately they do NOT provide even weight distribution for sport bike grips as a result. When synched the cups will pull down from the extreme end of the cup with opposite direct pressure to the cup opening. There is no pressure in the middle of the cup due to the oversizing. This type of pressure DOES cause damage to the grips every time you use them. It only takes 1 tow to see the effect. Second, the straps are routed very poorly through pulley system. This is hard to explain, but image adding a twist into one of the straps. This is what they've done to accomplish their standard routing. There's no way to undo this routing because they're sown in this way. What this does is cause the fleece protective cover to bind to one side or the other. It also makes it difficult to route the straps between the tank and upper triple tree. Again, are not good sport bike straps. These are easily a 1 star for sport bike use if it weren't for the quality of the material. As for recommendation, I wouldn't unless you ride a cruiser. If so, 4 starts. -1 due to the strap routing. December 20, 2014
Awesome product! If you ever have to trailer or put your sports bike into a truck bed, these things are the best. Keeps the straps off of your fairings and locks your bike in tightly! December 16, 2014
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Canyon Dancer Bar Harness II
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Sarim K: recommended on many forums Aug 20, 2015
Mark S: Always looking for a more secure way to trailer my bikes. I like the fact that these are high on the bike for better stability. I hope the work as good as I imagine they will! Aug 19, 2015
William S: Recommended by other riders. Simplified securing my bike on my trailer. Aug 14, 2015
Hwang S: to protect my bike's fairing and grips, in case I need to transport the bike on a trailer Jul 25, 2015
Maury F: Prior Use Jun 6, 2015
Tyler E: I've been mooching a set of these from my buddies forever; I thought it was time I man-up and got my own. Jun 5, 2015
Dutam l: to hold down my bike when transporting Jun 3, 2015
Hector R: Had to move my ducati 1098 and this seemed to be the best system to keep it steady on the trailer Mar 12, 2015
Lawrence H: convenience for towing/hauling bike safely......... Mar 11, 2015
Joshua S: About to take a trip to florida so i need some straps to tie it down. It seems to be a great product that makes transporting a bike easier Feb 8, 2015
Kassel A: Just simply the easiest way to load the bike in the back of the truck and go! Jan 27, 2015
Russell M: I needed an easy way to strap down my sports bike. I saw lots of riders using these at a track day and had to have it. It works beautifully!! Oct 19, 2014
Maria C: ease of use, first time putting a bike on a trailer, this made it so easy to take care of the front end. No brainer. This is the way to go. Aug 16, 2014
Brian A: Going to my first track day at Sears Point / Infineon / Sonoma / whatever they're calling it these days. Heard these were great. Jun 18, 2014
EDWIN P: Seen this product on you tube and was highly recommended for trailering your bike. Apr 29, 2014
Marina G: Several friends use them for Track days. They are the best thing I have seen on the market. Apr 6, 2014
B H: Sturgis Apr 5, 2014
D R: Recommendation from a friend. Keep in mind, doesn't work too well on narrow handlebars and not at all if you have handguards or bar-end mirrors. Feb 26, 2014
Dale I: Better design and friendly design with bikes with farings. Jan 25, 2014
L E: This seems like the best and safest tie down method for my bie Jan 5, 2014
Kevin M: to transport Yamaha R1 and Hayabusa. worked great!!! Dec 17, 2013
Athena M: Keeps the tie downs off the plastics of the bike. Easy to use. One of the best purchases to secure the bike I have made!! HIGHLY recommend these :-) Sep 26, 2013
Clint S: Good way to keep the tie down straps away from my plastics, this is much cheaper than new paint. Aug 23, 2013
Max M asked: What is the sizing specifically? I have a GS500 with clip-ons and a standard cbr600rr, will I be fine getting the sport/standard for both? Sep 4, 2013
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JOHN T: call the manufacturer. he is a super nice guy and will answer all your questions. hes a mom and pop shop type guy and I hope u still buy thru revzilla though as revzilla has killer customer service....ps. I love mine! what I do is use this canyon dancer and then I use 2 extra straps on handlebar as back up......works great. good product Oct 7, 2013
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mark i: Yes. I bought the harness and use it on my kawi 636 . The ease of use and quality are superb.
Makes supporting the bike easy and secure.
Sep 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will the sport/standard 32" fit 2013 cbr250r? Dec 7, 2013
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Michael L: Yep I use them on vintage vespas and my Klr 650. Dec 7, 2013
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Michael T: Yep. I used one with my wife's 250R Dec 7, 2013
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A shopper asked: will the hard cuffs (cups) on a canyon dancer 2 fit over a throttle boss on the grip ? Jul 18, 2015
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Dan S: I don't know what a throttle boss is. I this product to use when I trailer my Multistada and it works far better than the older canyon dancer. The new one is a quality product and you won't be disappointed if it fits. My suggestion would be......measure the throttle boss then compare it to the diameter of the canyon dancer. Jul 18, 2015
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A shopper asked: Which size would I need for a 2013 Ducati 848 evo? 32"? Thanks for the help.
BT
Jul 3, 2015
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Robert C: I've got the same bike, 32" works great. Jul 3, 2015
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Vincent R asked: I was wondering if the short version will fit a 2013 Aprilia RSV4? It seems the bar length is 29". Please advise. Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.

Vincent
Jun 19, 2015
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Samir P: I have the Sport/Standard 32" which works great w/ my MV Agusta F3 800. I suggest getting the same for the RSV4. Jun 19, 2015
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A shopper asked: which size do I get for a Honda 17 Goldwing and a 2011 z1000 Ninja? Mar 2, 2015
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Tyler E: Measured bar-end to bar-end, including bar-end weight or caps…
The 28505 Bar Harness II (short) fits bars up to 28 inches wide.
The 32505 Bar Harness II (sport/standard) fits bars up to 32 inches wide.
The 36505 Bar Harness II (x-wide) fits bars up to 36 inches wide.
The 40505 Bar Harness II (xx-wide) fits bars up to 40 inches wide.
Jun 5, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have a buddy 125 scooter with a 25" handlebar width. Will this product fit? Jul 13, 2014
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Jason M: This product should fit, the cups get really close, I believe the only thing that stops the cups from touching is the felt piece in the middle. Jul 22, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Short Black 28" 776482 28505 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Sport/Standard Black 32" 776483 32505 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
X-Wide Black 36" 776484 36505 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
XX-Wide Black 40" 776485 40505 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours