Cobra’s billet floorboards ($300 rider and $200 passenger) look great and offer riders room to move their feet around. When combined with Rush Jaw’s polished-billet peg mounting brackets ($99) with their 1.75-inch height adjustability, Cobra’s passenger floorboards offer a flexible place to locate feet for the long haul. When the floorboards are folded up, they add some sparkle. Passengers who are short in the inseam will be glad to know that Rush Jaw also offers a billet bracket ($40) that, when combined with Rush Jaw’s peg bracket and Cobra’s floorboards, raises the floorboards four inches. What Cobra’s rider’s floorboards offer in good looks, they sacrifice in function. They use up so much of the available space between the engine and exhaust canister, that upshifting or applying the rear brake is an exercise in dexterity. Cobra told us that the floorboards we have are preproduction versions and that the production brackets mount the floorboards three-fourths of an inch lower, alleviating the problem. Since we haven’t tested the production floorboards, we can’t comment on whether Cobra has resolved the problem, but we’d only recommend installing the rider floorboards we currently have on show bikes that aren’t ridden. Also, riders should remember that the floorboards will slightly reduce ground clearance.