PRODUCT: The Evolution Air pegs are machined out of
7075 T- 6 billet, feature a 2.25-inch-wide and 3.25-inch-
long platform, and are lighter (on our KTM, almost 17
percent lighter) than stock. But, Pro Moto Billet’s big claim
to fame is adjustability. The Evo Air aluminum footpegs
feature height, traction and camber adjustability.
POSITIVE: First off, this is a great-looking product, and
true to the name, the pegs are lighter than they look. We
were searching for a footpeg that was just a shade lower,
giving needed legroom for one of our 6-foot-2 editors.
Their Universal Collar System (UCS) allows you to mount
Fastway footpegs in either the stock or lowered positions
on most bikes simply by reversing the collar. For shorter
riders, run them in the stock position. Taller riders (and
those wanting less of a transition from sitting to standing)
may prefer the lowboy position, which offers up to 10mm
of drop. You can also set the camber, customizing the
up- or downward angle of the pegs to match your skeletal
and joint angles. You can adjust the foot traction via the
patented, replaceable traction cleat system. You get two
sets of threaded cleats (short 10mm and tall 12mm) that
allow you to customize the shape and traction level of
NEGATIVE: The only drawback is that when we
replaced the cleats, the Allen heads got roached and
wouldn’t accept an Allen key, though it was quite easy
to use pliers to get them started and then spin them out.
Also, there’s the price of admission, which is $189.95, and
that puts a little cough in the giddy-up.
BOTTOM LINE: For riders searching for a way to
customize the ergonomics on their machine, Fastway
footpegs offer three options. The install was a cruise, the
machine work and look are totally sano, and the product
surrendered to our demands and gave us additional leg