I've been waiting for a set of those for for a few months now as they have been on back order so I'm starting to get a little impatient but the Napoleon is definitely what I would like to end up with. I was starting to look around for alternatives and came across the ones above which thought look pretty nice.I had a set of Napoleon bar end mirrors on an old Ducati. High quality and great field of view for a moderate price. They've been around for a long time too, so the appearance is appropriate for the Triumph twins.
I think it is because of popularity, CRG's cost a lot, and stock mirrors are fugly and don't work. But you can go to your local bicycle shop and get a Mirrycle bike mirror cheap and have style and function!What is it with the bar end mirrors? I ordered some Napoleon mirrors a couple of months ago and got tired of waiting for them, so I cancelled the order. I then thought I should stick with Triumph parts and I ordered a set of bar end mirrors that come with the M bars on the 09 Thruxton. They are on back order also! Is there a production problem or are they that popular that the manufacturers can't keep up supply? Does anybody know the answer?
I dunno, I had a set of the naps and they was kraps... the silver coat behind the glass went green on me (both sides) so I went to some yammy teardrops mounted on the stock stems. Hate those too.I had a set of Napoleon bar end mirrors on an old Ducati. High quality and great field of view for a moderate price. They've been around for a long time too, so the appearance is appropriate for the Triumph twins.
Here's my bonnie with Hyde M bars and a stock round mirror converted to bar end...total cost about 1$ and 15 minutes labor.
The mirror works great ,very little vibration.