Some motorcyclists can’t ride their bikes safely because their legs are not long enough to have their feet planted on the ground when necessary (even with the seat lowered).
There are lots of boots with thick insoles which help address the problem, but these change the relationship between the foot and the bike controls.
Today’s invention is a set of clip-on external platforms (red) for bike boots.
Each of these allows the controls ((brake on the right (left image) and gearchange on the left (both yellow)) and the pegs (blue) to be dealt with entirely as normal.
The platforms allow a motorcyclist to stand with their feet flat on the road surface and to walk about normally when away from their machine.