The triple clamp uses an all-aluminium construction and is CNC-ed out of one piece of metal. Not only does this give the triple clamp an expensive look, but it adds to the clamp’s strength. The clamp comes with two Allen key bolts to give the clamp a more secure fit on the suspension tubes. And apart from holes to accommodate the key and steering stem, it also comes with two sets of handlebar mounting holes.
The JCMoto triple clamp offers a larger clamping area than stock to improve rigidity. It should, in principle, make the motorcycle more stable over bumpy dirt sections. Furthermore, there is less chance of twisting the front when the bike is subjected to severe impacts or even dropped regularly. Additionally, the clamp is available in silver as seen here or in a red anodised finish.
The set also includes bar clamps that offer a fair degree of adjustability for height and reach. These are also available separately and retail for Rs. 3,500. The bar clamps are made from high-grade aluminium and can accommodate 7/8 or fat bars from Renthal and the like, in addition to the stock handlebar. In terms of fit and finish, much like the triple clamp itself, the bar clamps too exude a high degree of solidity, premiumness, and good craftsmanship.