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The Hindsight LS (Lane Splitter) Bar End Mirror was created by adding the folding / retractable feature to the original Hindsight. There are two primary benefits of the retracting bar end mirror—added clearance during tight riding conditions, and reduced width for bike storage. Simply pull in the bezel of the mirror to create additional clearance, then fold the bezel back out against its positive stop in the full open position and the sighting of the mirror returns perfectly to its rear vision position. The detent folding mechanism is calibrated to retract should the mirror contact an immovable object, thus allowing forward motion without disruption of steering control. The pivot of the hinge features a ball / spring detent which holds the mirror bezel in the full open or full retracted positions. The pivot also features dust rings that provide for years of maintenance free operation.
As with the original Hindsight 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. The lightweight but sturdy construction allows the Hindsight Mirror to be positioned for optimal viewing without concern of movement during high speed runs or excursions over rough roads.
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 separately)
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C R: Good reviews and looks like a quality productMay 26, 2015
ken w: To clean up the looks of my Diavel, I have CRG mirrors on my other bikes, they do not vibrate [at any speed] and provide an excellent rear view. RecommendedMay 5, 2015
David M: Replacing the mirrors on our new Ducati ScramblerApr 30, 2015
jeff b: getting rid of big factory mirrors,these will clean the look of the bikeApr 11, 2015
Bruce D: Based on reviews and the Revzilla video.Apr 4, 2015
Jim M: been running with one mirror for a while, felt it time to get better coverageMar 6, 2015
Bob G: I have CRG mirrors on my other bike. They are well made and the mirror itself is super clear and gives a very sharp image. I'm glad RevZilla handles CRG products as I really like to purchase from them because the products are always well packed and SUPER FAST shipping.Mar 6, 2015
Ryan S: I chose the CRG LS bar end mirror because of it's versatility, functionality, and quality. I can attest to it's quality after low-siding my 2013 Daytona 675. This mirror took a beating and only needed tightening and replacement of the lower seal and it still works just fine. Of course it's a bit scratched up but I didn't have to purchase an entirely new mirror, saving me money.Mar 4, 2015
Trevor K: To make my Monster 796 come to life.Mar 1, 2015
Guillermo F: I prioritized function over form....in this case Viewable area over aerodynamic beautyFeb 25, 2015
Christopher C: the stock monster mirrors don't let me see what's directly behind me. These bar end convex mirrors will give me greater visibility.Dec 17, 2014
Geoff M: These items are a Xmas present request from my son. Shopping was made easy by the awesome, well set out web site. Thanks, Geoff Martins, AustraliaDec 1, 2014
Steven B: Streamline the look of the R1.Nov 16, 2014
Mike M: I didn't like the stock mirrors on my Triumph Striple R, so I replaced them with these for a lower profile. While this makes the bars quite wide, which is problematic for splitting lanes, the fact that they fold flat makes them very user friendly. When the mirrors are folded in, the bars are no wider than stock. Visibility is good, but head checks are always a good idea!Nov 1, 2014
Klint K: Best mirror I've ever used, needed a set for a new bike.Jul 16, 2014
Terrace B: Best barbed mirrors on the market, with awesome vision.Jul 6, 2014
leandro e: These are incredible, bought a pair and it was magic. I don't see my shoulders anymore. i can actually see the road. plus love the clean look that it gives my 2014 Z1000Jun 18, 2014
Ray R: I replaced the retro mirrors of my 2013 Monster Anniversary 796 with these for looks, and for the added visibility. I can see behind me clearly, and the convex mirror (obj. distance < appearance) isn't too hard to adjust to using. I recommend both sides (L/R) for safety. The lanesplitters are best for CA riders, and easier in the garage/storage. An improvement over staring at my biceps in the old mirrors.May 26, 2014
Steven B: These looks awesome on the Ducati Monster's and I hate the stock mirrors that are currently on the bike.May 10, 2014
kevin r: this is hellishly expensive for a mirror, but the quality appears to be excellent and your reviewers say it is worth it. i've spent more money than this over the years for mirrors for my 1972 triumph and i want this to be the last time i do.May 2, 2014
H H: Design is simple, elegant with superb quality. Almost all motorcycle mirrors either detract from the look of a bike, or are neutral at best. These mirrors are a compliment ... first class, with a better field of view than the Rizoma alternatives ... the only other mirror worth considering.Apr 11, 2014
Tom C:Usually it's just a matter of getting new bar ends. It's what I had to do on my bike because the adapters didn't work on my bike. Look for bar ends that have a big enough 7/8ths gap should be some made for this exact issue. Aug 25, 2014
Jeff L:Triples with the stock Triumph threaded inserts have a problem. There are two solutions. One, some people have been known to drill out the insert and then use "normal" slip in bar ends. Two, the preferred way is to order a CRG bar end adaptor through British Customs or New Bonneville, and those simply replace the stock flat bar end. The CRG mirrors then clamp right onto the adaptors.Feb 19, 2015
A shopper asked:Hi, I have 2012 Ducati Monster 796 and just making sure that the CRG Hindsight Lanesplitter Bar End Mirrors will fit and if I would need the extra adapters, and then be able to up the bar ends back on? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks MattApr 22, 2015
Tyler W:Hi, I have a 2012 Ducati Streetfighter and would expect the monster setup to be similar. I did need the adapters and I was not able to put the original bar ends back on after installing the mirrors.Apr 22, 2015
A shopper asked:Does the right side mirror fold rearwards or forwards? I bought two lefts from another vendor who said you could just reverse the mirror in the main arm/socket but when I did this it can only fold forward. Not great if it hits something.May 29, 2015
A S asked:Hi, I currently have a 2012 Ducati Monster 796, question is would the CRG Hindsight Lanesplitter Bar End Mirrors fit on the current bars and then be able to put the bar-ends back on? Also would I need to have the adapters? any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks MattApr 22, 2015
Jack R:It worked with my ZX6R like this: So your bar end should be screwed on to your grip through the butt end (likely an Allen bolt). Take the bar end off, put your mirror on, bar end goes back (mirror is now 'sandwiched' between the two, fastened with your original screw)... Anyway, I wouldn't worry about installation or removal it's super simple and will be apparent the second you look at it. As for any adapters, I don't think you'd need one, I didn't, but certainly you could double check by calling them up. They're a good, knowledgeable bunch. Good luck, man!!Apr 22, 2015
Adam D:I don't know what the handlebars are like on your bike. I had to clamp these onto my end caps on my 2012 Ducati monster because the grips were too close to the ends of the bars for me to attach directly to the bars. I have been meaning to order the adapters for myself because it would work much better. If your bike has an inch or so of exposed bar at the end and they are 7/8" bars you should be fine. Also if you can adjust your grips and levers down your bars a little bit to free up some space at the end of the bar you won't need the adapters. It was somewhat complicated for me to move the gear on my bars down I would have had to drill holes in my bars and do some custom work. I say try out the install without the adapter first.May 17, 2015
Joseph M:I used the CRG bar inserts on mine (2013 Triumph Thruxton) and they work great. Pretty sure those work on both 7/8 and 1 inch bars. You'll have to trim the ends of most grips to make them fit. Love these mirrorsFeb 15, 2015
steven w asked:I mount a kuryakyn pet palace to the top bag carrier bracket on my 2015 BMW R1200 GSA. I would like to have a mirror that allows me to see behind me so that I can check on my poodle when we go riding. Currently I have to rely on seeing our shadow on the pavement or I have to turn my head and almost my entire body around to check on her. Will this mirror or the blindspot smaller model allow me to see directly behind me so that I can see the dog carrier? Please advise.May 9, 2015
Rick O:I have this on the right side bar of a 2009 kwak 650r. It's pretty convex and I can see the left hand lane behind me well enough to know if someone is speeding up to me. It has a lot of freedom of movement for adjustment and in the right configuration I'm sure you could be able to see the pooch.May 10, 2015
A shopper asked:I'm looking for a simple mirror to install underneath my 2015 Indian Scout handle bars and not on the ends. These look like i could do so. Anyone else install them the same way or know if i could do this? Looks like i could attach one end around the bars easily.Feb 19, 2015
Jeff L:CRG Hindsight Lanesplitter Bar End Mirrors attach to the ends of 7/8in bars. Since the 2015 Indian Scout has 1in bars tapering to 7/8in at the controls, these mirrors would work. Be aware you might have to move your controls inwards to gain some clear handlebar to clamp onto; or trim the grips to allow for clamping.Feb 19, 2015
Jeff L:The '12 Thruxton has 1in bars, if they taper down to 7/8in at the controls, you might be good to go. Provided you can move the controls inwards to expose some of the handlebar for the mirrors to clamp on. Now, some Triumph bar ends have a threaded insert, in which case source a CRG mirror adaptor from British Customs or New Bonneville, which replaces the stock bar end and gives a place for the mirrors to mount onto, without having to move controls.Feb 19, 2015
Philippe R. M:Despite the great design of mirror adapter part number 586010... (billet internal bar end mirror adapter kit), the adapter would have forced me to do away with the stock handle bar counter weights of my Kawi ZX14R... so consequently i machined my own adapters for the mirrors.Apr 10, 2014
Matthew S asked:I have Biltwell Clubman 1" bars. The last bar end mirrors I got were for 7/8" and I cranked down on the internal locking divice/anchor to make it work but eventually vibrations in the bike loosened it to uselessness. The inside of my bars are empty/hollow.
Will the outer clamp or the inner billet help with this?Sep 27, 2013
William B:I have these mirrors installed on my genuine Triumph oversize bars upgrade. (2007 Speed Triple) They slip right over the Bar-ends and tighten down. Mirrors are fantastic, but detail is limited. Far better than the stock mirrors, where I couldn't see anything but my elbows.Aug 12, 2013
A shopper asked:I ride a 2012 Ninja 650r with sport bars installed. The threaded hole on the bar end is 8mm. I have bar ends on at the moment. Will the mirror fit into the 8mm without the adapter, with the adapter, or fit at all? Thank you.Apr 3, 2015