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CRG Blindsight Bar End Mirror
  • CRG Blindsight Bar End Mirror - Black
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  • CRG Blindsight Bar End Mirror - Black

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CRG Blindsight Mirror

The Blindsight Bar End Mirror is intended to be used in conjunction with a left side mounted Hindsight or stock mirrors. This little assembly will clean up any blind spots in your rear and side view. CRG uses custom convex glass formed to their own specification to give you the perfect balance between field of vision and image magnification. To reduce glare, the glass has an automotive quality mirror tinting. Rubber mounting helps the glass resist vibration.


  • 2" diameter
  • 6061-T6 aluminum CNC machined billet construction
  • All stainless hardware
  • Black anodized or silver finish
  • Fully  modular assembly
  • Will fit most 7/8" handlebars / clip-ons
  • Optional billet internal adaptor for mounting on virtually any bar
  • Sold each

Fitment Notes & Exceptions

This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.

Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black 875645 BS-100 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Silver 875642 BS-201 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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CRG Blindsight Bar End Mirror 4.4 5 17 17
Great mirror for the minimialist! I have this mirror on a 2015 R6 with the graves adapter and barends. The concave glass surprisingly provides you with a wide range of sight for such a small mirror. Was able to get it positioned so I can clearly see both to the left and behind. Getting rid of the big ugly high drag oem mirrors is a must. Do not regret buying this, and would recommend it to anyone who feels comfortable turning their head before changing lanes but wants to see behind them, and maintain street legal status. September 10, 2015
Super Nice!!!! This part fit my previous bar end mirrors no problem. Great buy for the price. August 3, 2015
Expensive, but works great. Does what it's supposed to. Not sure why the CRG stuff is so expensive, but it's definitely high quality. Clamps directly on the stock bar/bar end on my Ducati 848evo. I like that you can replace just the glass if it breaks. June 22, 2015
Great Little Bar Ends, Not Quite Perfect I've used stock mirrors, CRG Lanesplitter Hindsights, knock-offs, and the Blindsights - and this is the one I choose to run right now. Personally, I think they're attractive when mounted on a bike, but that's up to you to decide. Also, I have a lot of narrowness considerations! First off, I don't use these to supplement other mirrors as intended. Instead, they're my main mirrors. Obviously they're small, so you need to be comfortable with a bit less view or this isn't for you. However, they're top quality and I haven't seen 2" bar end mirrors that are better. They minimize vibration with the rubber gasket that's built in, the overall quality is good, and if you get the bar-end mounting kit then they're easy to install - though you can no longer mount your old bar-ends. My main gripe is this: I wish they folded back like the 3" "lane-splitter" CRGs though, as I'm always needing to narrow my bike's handlebars. I fight through San Francisco traffic and do a lot of lane splitting where these get in the way 2/3rds as much as 3" mirrors. Also, my bike, like an Italian woman, is not the sort you leave on the street corner. Instead, I have to push a litrebike with long handlebars through two narrow single doorway on a hill and over two steps into my home.As you can imagine, that's a pain in the butt and any mirrors that make a bike wider make that tougher. It's times like this that I wish I wasn't using bar-ends, or using ones that folded. One important thing to note is that the mirrors unscrew from the brackets, so you may end up looking to one side and seeing that the sucker fell off (like mine did on the highway). Seriously, use Loc-tite, or you'll end up needing to get a replacement! Now that I KNOW that though, I'm actually glad they're easily removable so I can do that while parking, even if I can't while splitting lanes. Still, it'd be nice if you didn't need an allen wrench to tighten them in this case; a little tumbscrew would make the frequent removal and re-tightening of the mirrors much easier. Hopefullly CRG will make a foldable version or add a thumbscrew, plus include a little Loc-tite in the future! Meanwhile, I may go to mirrors that actually don't add any width to my bike. May 24, 2015
Completes the Bike I ride an FZ 09 and was looking to clean up the bike a little. These mirrors did an amazing job! The mirrors are quite small, but that's why I purchased them to begin with. Despite their smaller size, they allow you to see all your blind spots and work just fine. You may not be able to name the make and model of vehicle behind you, but you'll see that they are there. Note, for the FZ 09 you'll have to buy the adapters in order for them to fit properly. This means you will also lose your weighted bar ends. You don't realize how heavy bar ends are until you swap them out. Ive noticed a difference in how the bike handles without them, but it's nothing drastic. Just takes some getting used to. I also don't get any vibration or wobbling at high speeds (which is supposedly why bar ends exist). Overall, great purchase. April 1, 2015
my only complaint is the size I know it says 2" diameter right in the description, I just didn't fully realize how small that would be in practice. They look great, the build quality is fantastic, optical quality is fantastic, no vibration at speed. I still might be upgrading to some arrows at some point just for a little more usability. I mounted these on my 2014 FZ-09 and used some RhinoMoto bar end adapters (not on Revzilla). February 16, 2015
Stylish and Solid I purchased these last month to install on my 2006 SV650 because the stock mirrors were atrocious in function and form. Despite my initial hesitation at the steep price (I had to purchase the billet end adapters as well), in retrospect I couldn't be happier. FUNCTIONALITY: The mirrors provide a wide, slightly fish-eyed field of view directly behind and to the side of my bike regardless of which mirror I glance at, which has proven to work beautifully in traffic combined with frequent head-checks. Cars at a distance do appear much smaller due to this style of mirror, yet I personally feel the trade off for increased visibility is worth it. DURABILITY: The other week I accidentally stalled my bike while turning around in a very uneven parking lot. I wasn't anticipating it, and while I was trying to stop the bike from falling over I slipped so in the end the best I could do was set it down on the muffler, frame slider, and one these mirrors. The ball joint under pressure rotated and (to my happy surprise) the glass did not break nor did any of the parts bend. I have been nothing but impressed with this product and love the way it looks. February 15, 2015
It does its job Easy to install and gives a decent field of view. only shakes for me if I'm going 100+ and even then its a mild vibration. October 29, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
David w: Smaller is better Sep 5, 2015
Alan T: saw it on another R6 and it looks great! Jul 7, 2015
Daniel G: Give my FZ-07 the street-fighter look Apr 25, 2015
Peter M: Needed a new mirror. Jan 3, 2015
Laurence A D: Bling factor and do not like the normally mounted mirrors. Nov 3, 2014
Scott S: used them for years on all my bikes Jun 10, 2014
Drucilla Y: I have the left side....I need the right. I'm tired of having a blind spot. May 20, 2014
Mark J: Have used this product for years. Replacing one that broke in a crash. By far the best price on the internet. May 20, 2014
Kenneth H: Stock mirrors delete & reviews Apr 29, 2014
Roman R: Broke my old one. Apr 1, 2014
Brian W: It was the cheapest of the ridiculously overpriced bar end mirrors on this site. Feb 7, 2014
Jason S: Safety is of a concern. Needed mirror for right hand side. Oct 25, 2013
Erik P asked: Will this fit on the RhinoMoto bar end mirror adapter? May 7, 2014
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Jack L: Yes it will. I installed on rhinomoto bar ends. Feb 24, 2015
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Marvin H asked: I'm getting confused with the description and reviews. Is this mirror for the left side? Or the ride side? Or does it matter? Apr 2, 2014
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Justin M: It can be used on either side. There's a small hex bolt that can be loosened and allows you to adjust the mirror. You can spin it so it faces any direction. Apr 2, 2014
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Derek J: I had the same question, but I ended up just flipping one. No problem at all. Great little mirrors. Apr 2, 2014
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Eric F: The mirrors can be oriented any way you need. This will work for either side. Apr 2, 2014
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Chris M: Doesn't matter, you can loosen off the screws and flip the mirror. Apr 2, 2014
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Michael T: does not matter works on either bar end. Apr 2, 2014
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Mark R: It fits either side. Apr 2, 2014
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Erik S asked: So by each, that mean a quantity of two and a price of $88? Sep 2, 2013
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Thomas L: It was 88 for one mirror. It's a pretty small mirror so it's not very useful but it's something if you need a mirror just for the cops Sep 25, 2013
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Adan S: All athers are too big and this one is just right don't look like a rookie they all show the same area Sep 26, 2013
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Adan S: All athers are too big and this one is just right don't look like a rookie they all show the same area Sep 26, 2013
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Chris M: I only purchased one and it was ~45, So my guess would be exactly as it sounds. 2 for 88. Sep 25, 2013
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Brian H asked: Will the CRG Blindsight work with Kaoko throttle lock? I just purchased a monster 1200S 2014 Jul 26, 2014
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Mark F: Brian,
The CRG Blindsight is a great little mirror that's solid and vibration free.
I believe it will work fine as long as it can be installed on the end of the handlebar.
Jul 29, 2014
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Greg B: Don't know-I'm clamping my mirror to the handlebar Jul 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hello i got an MT-07 bike, i've seen these on an MT-09 so i think they will fit. But do they need any adapters ? Jul 22, 2014
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Fredrick L: I have a triumph street triple, I made it work without an adapter, but I believe using an adapter would be better. Jul 22, 2014
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Woei-Jye Y: Yes, you will have to buy separate adapters for them. Jul 22, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the clamp come apart completely? I'd like to put this towards the center of the handlebar without having to remove everything. Jul 14, 2015
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Drucilla Y: Yes it does completely come apart. However. it is meant to fit onto the end of the bar, which has a different circumference than the rest of the bar. Mine fit onto an extension which comes out past the grips and is normally covered by the bar end slider. I, too, wanted to place mine in a different location. You'd have to get longer screws to accomodate the bigger circumference. Also, the cuffs will not fit onto a larger part of the bar....and so it looks kind of silly. I had these on both my 2013 Kawi Ninja 300 and my 1994 Suz GSXR-750. They look great on the ends, though! Jul 16, 2015
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Anthony C asked: Will these work with Driven clip-ons? Apr 19, 2015
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Bill K: Not good for me Apr 19, 2015
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A shopper asked: i have a weighted bar ends it measure 1.306 in dia will it fit ??? Jan 26, 2015
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Chris M: Hard to say. It clamps directly on a 7/8" bar, and depending on the angle you want it on ... It can have very little clearance to the bar. You probably would want the bar end that has a spot to clamp the mirror on as well.

Hope that helps, maybe someone else will have a more useful answer.
Jan 26, 2015
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A shopper asked: Will this fit on my existing Sato Bar Ends on my Ducati 1098? Aug 4, 2015
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