New Forward Controls From Supreme Legends USA

Not easy to re-invent the forward control. Most often than not, what is new is a development or re-design of different ideas already floated around by other brands. Still, after some tweaking and creative machining the final product may look different. For example the top model featured here called “Money Shot” mixing the popular drill design with hexagonal peg tips. Below, from left to right, a close up of models “Gold Digger” (could have been called “Gold Driller”!), “High Roller” and “Dirty Money” (basically the black version of the “Money Shot”) Of course, machined out of billet aluminum. Supreme Legends USA is sold through most major distributor catalogs, and sells direct worldwide. Full line for American and Metric bikes ator call (714) 504-0715.

10 Responses to “New Forward Controls From Supreme Legends USA”

  1. 1 Patrick Grecher May 5th, 2011 at 8:28 am

    New? Just a tiny bit.

  2. 2 stephen May 5th, 2011 at 10:21 pm

    Quality products backed by a stand up company. All US parts as well. I wouldn’t use anything else.

  3. 3 May 5th, 2011 at 11:17 pm

    Brass and black for me.

  4. 4 Rider2 May 6th, 2011 at 12:52 am

    bitching products and great customer service. Those guys keep putting new products out when other are cutting back on part#. And it’s made in the US… love it

  5. 5 May 6th, 2011 at 6:43 am

    Nice work guys! Great products built right here…screw the global market place.

    Be careful though, K.L. may be lurking and wanna copy these, too….wink wink.

    Boss Hawg

  6. 6 May 6th, 2011 at 9:20 am

    Thank you for the kind words gentlemen, and of course for the plug as well Cyril.
    We’re very happy with the final product we achieved. The goal was to keep it as different as possible and try to stay away from everybody elses “holy” designs, so with some change in contours, a different peg than has ever been available, and a GUARANTEE that we will not be falling into the “contrasting cut “(TM-I think), I think we got a winner here.

    They will be available for all current HD models we offer, as well as Victory and the most popular Yamaha and Honda models.

    Thanks again guys…enjoy the season!

  7. 7 May 6th, 2011 at 9:27 am

    And Boss Hawg…I could definitely tell you some stories about K.L. and explain that entire situation in detail where he was actually the good guy before the bad guy , but there is no need to air dirty laundry on here. I will say yes…all of his starting designs with the other company were Supreme products with modifications, and yes, there was a sucker punch in there that had “some” validation, but that was just months before I took ownership of the company, so I don’t hold that grudge.

    Thankfully I’m certain he has enough respect for me not to go the route of copying anything more from me…shame it happened to others. I’m sure Jeff and I will have some more stories to share about K.L and the old owner of Supreme….good times….good times

  8. 8 Dave May 6th, 2011 at 8:08 pm

    Bill is a standup guy to deal with. His products are some of the best out there. Better yet “MADE IN AMERICA” that says it all. I have dealt with Bill many times. The bike I built using his parts make it truly one of a kind. Keep it up! Good Luck, Dave

  9. 9 1/4 -20 May 11th, 2011 at 9:53 am

    well it looks like some one has been looking Rikki Battisini ‘s parts.

  10. 10 May 20th, 2011 at 10:57 am

    1/4-20…I figured there’d be “one” of you…LOL. No harm done, but Rikki was NOT the first to put holes in his controls, and definitely will not be the last. In fact, I made sport bike controls 6 years ago with graduated holes…VERY similar (almost uncanny) to what Rikki has done in the last 3 years, but we never pushed the style through to the HD and Metric cruiser market. We made sure we did our holes different, controls different, and NO contrast cuts EVER because we choose to stay away from the “trendy” stuff and stick with simple.

    Rikki makes a pretty product, and respectfully, we moved as far away from Rikki as we could, while still changing the style, doing much different contours, and putting some different flare on the pegs.
    We even made sure to use hex instead of octagon pegs so as not to piss off the Stop sign manufacturers! 😉

    Enjoy the ride kids!

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