R&G Aero Style Frame Sliders for Honda CBR300R ’14-’18

  • cp0375bl_f_web
  • cp0375bl_b_web
  • cp0375bl_e_web
  • cp0375bl_c_web
  • cp0375bl_d_web
  • cp0375bl_g_web
  • cp0375bl_f_web
  • cp0375bl_b_web
  • cp0375bl_e_web
  • cp0375bl_c_web
  • cp0375bl_d_web
  • cp0375bl_g_web


A drop can be either a great story or an expensive experience that could leave you stranded. Keep the odds in favor of great stories with the protection and good looks of the R&G Racing Classic Style Frame Sliders. read more


1.8 lbs
view all details


$187.99 USD


- +


$187.99 USD

1 left in stock - order soon

- +


R&G Aero Style Front Frame Sliders help protect the frame fairing motor and radiator from damage in the event of a drop or crash.

  • No modification to the fairing is necessary.
  • Stylish and aerodynamic teardrop shaped bobbins.
  • Removable end caps to hide fittings. 
  • High-density durable and replaceable nylon bobbins.
  • High-tensile steel bolts are de-embrittled to bend rather than snap upon impact.
  • Used by the some of the worlds top race teams.

The protector itself is machined from High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) – chosen because as it wears it actually helps to slow a sliding bike. The bolts used are also de-embrittled steel; working as a shock absorber to bend instead of snapping or staying rigid – which could twist the mounting point.

Part Numbers

Our part number: RG.CP0375.BL
Manufacturer Number: CP0375BL
GTIN13 / EAN Barcode: 5055780390815


Fitment Associations

Year Make Model
Year Make Model
2014 - 2018 Honda CBR300R
All Years Honda CBR300R

Reviews (1)

Share your thoughts!

4 out of 5 stars

1 review

Let us know what you think...

What others are saying

  1. MKK2004

    Imperfection of a great product


    The frame sliders are easy to install, took me about 1.5 – 2 hours. The guide is not the best, but it comes with 14 pictures to cross-reference with the installation.

    Now I have only one problem with the sliders and THIS IS A HUGE ONE. One of the part, a spanning bar which supposedly goes through the small hole in the
    mounting plates on both sides of the bike. However, this is impossible to accomplish as the exhaust header blocked the passage for the bar to connect.

    Then I looked at the pictures of the installation guide and found that R&G knew about the issue, and drilled holes on the mounting plate at a lower position, which allows the bar to be installed. I did the same and drilled mine, but I personally think I shouldn’t have to do this in the first place.

    In the end, I still think this is a great product (minus the faulty designs…). It will provide some insurance for your bike, in cases of a low-side crash. I hope R&G will fix the issue I mentioned so other people don’t have to go through what I experienced.

    (0) (0)

    Something wrong with this post? Thanks for letting us know. If you can point us in the right direction...




A password will be sent to your email address.

Your personal data will be used to support your experience throughout this website, to manage access to your account, and for other purposes described in our privacy policy.

Continue as a Guest

Don't have an account? Sign Up

    • Canadian customers can now shop directly on TwistedThrottle.com. Pay all duties, taxes and clearance fees in
      our shopping cart and get fast FedEx shipping to your door!