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There are a number of grip accessories you can place on your bike, but perhaps the most popular of all is a motorcycle cruise control setup. Each device goes by a different name – cruise assist, throttle control, throttle lock, throttle boss, etc. However, most of them utilize a similar function to achieve the desired result: cruise control for motorcycles. Essentially, you install it alongside your grip with the throttle. The device rotates along with your throttle, but it can also be rotated independent of your throttle. A protruding piece catches along the brake lever and keeps the throttle in place even when you remove your hand, producing a cruise-control effect.
We carry several quality products from major names in the industry:
Of course, we have more grip accessories than just cruise control kits. We also have several end caps and switch housings to give your motorbike a more custom look. If you need to replace the rubber wrap on your grips, we have a few options. If you’re looking for a cup holder for a drink or a tech mount for a phone or GPS, you’ll find it here as well. And if you need a grip heater kit to warm things up for winter riding, we’ve got several great options from brands like Symtec (specifically designed for Harley-Davidson® motorcycles) and Tusk.
Take a look at our selection today. You’re sure to find a cruise control or other grip accessory that is just right for your motorcycle.
Aaron in NC
As others have written the wires can separate from the grips. For the past week or so my left grip has not been warming. I just took a look and one of the wires had broken at the spot that it joins the heating panel. It separated in such a way that I do not think I can solder it back. I'm ordering a replacement set of grips so that I can just swap out the broken left grip. I've used Oxford and Hot Grips in the past and both of those are better quality, but they cost more also. For the price these grips are worth trying, but if I can't keep the wires from breaking they will not be worth it in the end. TECH TIP: Use a zip tie to secure the wires to the handlebar or throttle tube, next to the the solder but not under the grip.Read All Reviews
Jeff in TX
The holder may be stainless steel but the cup is rusting. Use channel locks to tighten the hand fastener it vibrates lose on a goldwing of all bikes :/ Not worth the $Read All Reviews