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  • n. Part of a motorbike, kayak, etc. to be pushed against with the foot.


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foot +‎ peg


  • I bent the bar a little, and scraped the footpeg a little.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • I'm okay, my left shin got a bit caught by the pegs, the front fender has a tiny scrape on the lip, but the LEFT footpeg is bent up about 10 degrees.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • It's not long before a hard-ridin 'type will start dragging the footpeg feelers, but thankfully that's all that drags for awhile.

    Top Speed

  • I tried to go out on the bike for free practice but the movement in my right knee was really restricted and I couldn't quite get my leg onto the footpeg.

    PaddockTalk Racing News

  • Richly curved bodywork matches nicely with the organic flow of the footpeg mounting brackets.

    Top Speed

  • It wasn't even scratched but a right ankle pinned under a footpeg was mangled and a right shoulder that struck the ground hard when the bike went down is stiff.

    Capitol Hill Blue - The oldest political news site on the Internet

  • I discovered that the billet aluminum footpeg mount was slightly bent, so I will try to straighten that out by heating it and applying some mild force (i.e. carefully beating it with a hammer without denting the aluminum).

    Sun Bloggers

  • Maybe I can convince Steve to come too. good job tim. i got out and rode for what i think is the last time until at least march. my friend dumped his ttr125 pretty bad and bent the frame where the footpeg connects. other than that it was fun. if its got wheels or a skirt your gonna have problems ... best t-shirt ever


  • Trouble is, they belong on an autobahn, where you can give them free rein, or up along twisty mountain roads, footpeg draggin '.

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  • Paris retired on lap nine when her footpeg fell off.


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