The rear buckle of a vintage motorcycle is a component that is located at the rear of the motorcycle and is used to accommodate and hold the seat and the luggage rack. It can also be used to mount accessories such as saddlebags, rear lights and indicators.
Rear buckles for vintage motorcycles can be made from a variety of materials , including steel, aluminum, or titanium, depending on preference for weight, durability, and aesthetics.
There are different styles of vintage motorcycle rear buckles, ranging from minimalist and clean shapes to more elaborate and ornate shapes. Some rear loops can be painted or chromed to match the style of the bike.
We offer flat or raised rear loops, with or without lighting. We also offer complete rear buckles (buckle, lights, saddle).
In conclusion, the rear loop of a vintage motorcycle is an important part of the motorcycle's design andfunctionality . The choice of rear loop depends on style and functionality preferences, as well as criteria such as weight and built-in features.