CRF Skid Plate Review

Cody Mitchell signed this, after listing all of his races on the skid. 1 skidplate survived 5000 miles of torture. Five. Thousand. Miles.

When plastic skid plates first hit the market, they were absolute junk. It was essentially a formed version of quad plastic, making it brittle and not able to even withstand medium impacts. Needless to say, those didn’t take off as much as some people wanted you to believe they were amazing, they just didn’t work. Everyone stuck with the metal skids, but they potentially could end your race if the mounts broke or if they got caught on an obstacle, got ripped and bent. After a season they were so beat up you would have to replace them anyway.  They also rattle, and that’s annoying.

CRF skid plates are not those skid plates. CRF makes a whole different animal that can give you peace of mind to go out and tackle the absolute roughest terrain year after year. You might not ever need a new skid plate. That’s a quality product!

Campbell Racing Fabrication makes a plastic skid plate that is great for XC, MX or Desert racing. They come in the standard colors – red, blue, black, white, yellow – and they are coming out with more. We put the skid through the ringer over the year and it’s held up beautifully. And we’re not the only ones, Cody Mitchell, Jeremy Grey, Tyler Nelson, Mike Sloan, Colt Brinkerhoff are some other riders, to name a few.  CRF skid plates have been tested over the harshest terrain, and have survived 1000s of miles and still function to protect your quad. That’s amazing. We couldn’t be happier with the CRF skid and we know that you will love them too. They also make a bitchin’ sprocket guard that matches.

As if that hasn’t sold you already…just wait, there’s more! Right now CRF is accepting applications for sponsorship. We also carry them in our store.


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Brandon Brown

Longtime Pro racer with a couple of championships under my belt in the US and Mexico. Love the sport and have an interest in writing as well. Currently enjoying being married to my wife, Megan, and spending time with my firstborn son, Loic. Check out my Facebook page for all my race happenings, or visit my website.

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