Setting Up Motorcycle Flags

On various days of the week, you will notice motorcycle riders and enthusiasts going in groups and displaying the newest accessories to their beloved ride. Among the most common add-ons that you will find are motorcycle flags. These are available in premade and customized designs and you can easily purchase at motorcycle online sites and forums. You can also choose your own design and pick colors that will match your motorcycle. Here are guidelines on how to prepare the flag.

Prepare the basic tools for installation such as an Allen wrench, a caliper and a mounting bracket. Choose a part of the bike where you will put the flag on. You can even display two or more flags to improve the look as a whole. Some motorcycle enthusiasts prefer the sissy bar so they can wave the flag as they go past other people and motorists. There are also flags placed on the saddlebags. The flags must be properly set up so as not to obstruct your sight.

Measure the area where you will mount the motorcycle flags. You will need a tube to install the flag on. The tube may be round or square and you can attach it on the motorcycle accordingly. The bracket should also be measured properly. Use the caliper and Allen wrench to tighten the tube and bolts on your motorcycle so the flag does not fall off when you’re moving quickly. Place the flag pole into the receiver and keep it secure. You will find that motorcycle flags look great on your bike for years.


About NorthStar Flags

I am the owner of Northstar Flag & Flagpole Company. We specialize in customs flag and banners at affordable prices. Our custom printed flags are sure to make the statement you want!
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