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Honda H'Ness CB350: Top 5 Must-have Accessories


Everything you’ll need to spruce up your retro roadster

The Honda H’Ness CB350 was launched to challenge the supremacy of the Royal Enfield Classic 350. And just like Royal Enfield, Honda too introduced a bunch of official accessories for its retro roadster. While most of these seem pretty useful, their functionality is limited. Fortunately, there are plentiful aftermarket options available to spruce up your steed.

Protection:

Zana Crash Guard
Price: Rs 2,699

Honda has a crash guard in its own catalogue that retails for Rs 1,234, but it is a compact unit that wouldn’t be of help in extreme scenarios. In contrast, this crash guard from Zana is braced at three different points, and even comes with sliders to minimise damage. Additionally, the brand offers a 6-month warranty for the paint/powder coat.

Zana Sump Guard
Price: Rs 2,549 to Rs 3149

Honda doesn't offer a sump guard with the H’Ness CB350, even as an accessory. If you intend to venture off the tarmac, with your Royal Enfield buddies, this will definitely come in handy. The sump guard is available in two versions, with one intended to handle slightly more abuse. Unfortunately, there’s no warranty for these.

Luggage:

Bandidos Pitstop Atlas Back Carrier
Price: Rs 2,230

If you intend to tour with your H’Ness, you’d definitely want luggage mounting options. This carrier has a load capacity of 15kg and can even take upto 25kg for short distances. It weighs 1.6kg, and is made with stainless steel for durability.

Legendary Custom Aragorn Saddle Stay With Jerry Can Mount
Price: Rs 3890

The CB350’s official accessory catalogue too has a pannier mount, but nothing comes close to this. Not only can it accommodate your saddlebags, but you can also fix your jerry cans, if you plan to get “Leh’d”. This saddle stay will add 2.75kg.

Rynox Expedition Saddlebag
Price: Rs 5350

With a combined capacity of 64 litres, the Rynox Expedition Stormproof saddlebags have enough room to store everything you’ll need for a long ride. Like the name suggests, the bags are waterproof, and come with ample reflective tapes for added visibility at night.

Ergonomics

Handlebar Risers
Price: Rs 1780

The Honda H’Ness CB350’s ergonomics may not be best suited for long rides, and this is where the risers come in. Built using durable 6061 grade aluminum, these 1-inch long handlebar risers will cause less fatigue and make it easier to to clock long hours on the saddle.

Zana Backrest
Price: Rs 900

If you intend to carry a pillion on your adventures, a backrest may not be a bad idea at all. The compact unit will offer enough lumbar support, and thanks to its stealthy black finish, it wouldn’t stand out either. For Rs 1,899 there’s another option with a small carrier, but we reckon that wouldn’t be as sturdy as the option mentioned earlier.

Illumination

Maddog Scout-X Auxiliary Light
Price: Rs 5,750

There are just a handful of Indian bikes whose stock headlight is powerful enough to light up dimly lit roads, and the Honda H’Ness CB350 isn’t one of them. These auxiliary lights have a brightness of 4800 lumens, which is more than you’d probably ever need. There’s also an 18-month replacement warranty included, so reliability isn’t an issue. Maddog also offers filters and covers for these lights for every riding condition.

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