A crash guard serves as a protective frame mounted on the motorcycle’s chassis, usually surrounding the engine and other critical components. Its primary purpose is to minimize damage to the bike in case of a fall or collision. By acting as a barrier between the ground and essential parts of the motorcycle, the crash guard helps prevent or reduce potential harm to the engine, radiator, and other vulnerable areas.
Engine Protection: The most critical role of a crash guard is to shield the engine from impact during a fall. The guard absorbs and disperses the force, preventing or minimizing damage to the engine casing, which can be expensive to repair or replace.
Frame Protection: In addition to safeguarding the engine, crash guards also offer protection to the motorcycle’s frame. A well-designed crash guard can prevent or mitigate damage to the frame, ensuring the structural integrity of the bike.