The All-New Mesh Multi-Fit Components Collection By Kuryakyn. Raw And Edgy.

Kuryakyn is launching it’s most comprehensive product line to-date, the all-new “Mesh” collection of 50 direct-replacement components for Harley-Davidson® Dyna™, Softail™, Sportster™ and Touring models. The entire product line incorporates multi-piece construction throughout. Most parts utilize a three-piece design integrating chrome or satin black aluminum outer frames with a satin black aluminum baseplate that’s exposed through satin black or chrome stainless steel mesh panels.

“We worked to really dial in the Mesh design to be a hybrid of mechanical and industrial aesthetics,” said Kuryakyn Director of Product Management Matt Leisch. “This is one of the largest product collections we’ve ever rolled out. The rugged style combined with ease of installation and customization will appeal to not only core Kuryakyn customers, but also the emerging group of riders and builders who want that raw, edgy look for their bikes.

Visible socket-head cap screws add a rugged, mechanical appearance and securely fasten the components in place. The multi-piece designs easily disassemble for unlimited custom finish options by end users, as the baseplates, stainless steel mesh panels and frames can be all be painted or coated to match any color theme.

Included in the collection are bolt-on derby, timing and master cylinder covers for XL, Twin Cam and Milwaukee-Eight platforms, as well as caliper covers for FX and FL models. Mesh dash inserts, fuel doors, saddlebag hinge covers and fairing vent accents are a handful of highlighted offerings for bagger models.

Multi-fit components include Mesh gas caps and L.E.D. fuel and battery voltage gauges available for tanks equipped with screw-in caps and/or illuminated fuel gauges. Rounding out the multi-fit accessories are replacement bezels for bullet and flat-style turn signals. The Mesh collection has plenty to offer whether creating a full custom theme or complementing other aftermarket accessories. For more information and to view the entire line, visit Kuryakyn Mesh


13 Responses to “The All-New Mesh Multi-Fit Components Collection By Kuryakyn. Raw And Edgy.”

  1. 1 Two Tone Timmy Jan 6th, 2017 at 10:43 am

    Wow, looks awesome!

  2. 2 Sam Jan 6th, 2017 at 12:51 pm

    I like the look. Clean up might be time consuming.

  3. 3 Chris Jan 6th, 2017 at 3:33 pm

    Nothing I’d ever buy (nor any other decorative cover for that matter, so no slam on the product or company), but it’s a pretty clever idea with the modular construction allowing a range of options. I wonder if those mesh pieces will rattle, hum, and buzz over time?

    Looking at the pricing and making an educated guess on the cost of producing these parts, It looks like they got their margins right!

  4. 4 Pat Azoulay Jan 7th, 2017 at 9:06 am

    This line is great. Will be a hit.

  5. 5 Donnie Jan 7th, 2017 at 9:08 am

    I didn’t think that I could write a compliment to Kyryakyn, but these parts are great.

  6. 6 P. Hamilton Jan 7th, 2017 at 9:09 am

    We gonna see many “mesh” bikes in the next months. Too many?

  7. 7 Joshua Jan 7th, 2017 at 9:11 am


  8. 8 Tony Davidson Jan 7th, 2017 at 9:17 am

    Dirtybird concept idea

  9. 9 The Spaceman Jan 7th, 2017 at 6:26 pm

    “Easily disassemble for unlimited custom finish options…”

    These parts remind me of my kid sister’s Barbie Dress Up toys. She would “put Barbie in a dress for a night out dancing, or a swimsuit for a day at the beach.” Or maybe a Mr. Potato Head?

    How “custom” can something be when a manufacturer makes thousands of them?

  10. 10 Industryguy Jan 7th, 2017 at 10:13 pm

    Mush series

  11. 11 MJ Motors Jan 8th, 2017 at 2:16 am

    Cleaning will be chellanging

  12. 12 CRusin Jan 9th, 2017 at 9:00 am

    Tony this has no connection to Dirty B. It started with a gas cap cover project(button release style), from there the project managers decided to make it into it’s own product line.

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