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4.77 out of 5 based on 158 customer ratings
(158 customer reviews)

Motorcycle Anti-Cramp Throttle Clamp (Universal Fit)

$30.00 $9.95

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Say good bye to cramps with this awesome Motorcycle Anti-Cramp Throttle Clamp. Simply stretch it open and snap it on the outside of your grip. It will rotate freely clockwise (upward), but when turned counterclockwise (downward) by the weight of your palm, it pinches and the throttle is pulled open.

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  • Full Throttle control with a relaxed hand
  • Comfortably fits, reduces the strain on your fingers, wrist and arm
  • Reducing problems with fatigue, tendonitis, carpal tunnel
  • Especially beneficial when wearing heavier gloves
  • The throttle assist will make the rotation of the throttle grip easier
  • Easy on, easy off. No tools required

Material: Durable ABS plastic
Size(approx.): (L x W)8cm x 5.5cm
Color: Black

Package Included:

1 x Motorcycle Anti-Cramp Throttle Clamp (Universal Fit)

158 reviews for Motorcycle Anti-Cramp Throttle Clamp (Universal Fit)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dexter Bridges

    This is a nifty little gadget that slips easily on your motorcycle’s throttle, allowing you to keep moving at 80 MPH while relaxing your fingers and avoiding serious hand cramps. The design is simple and fairly ingenious. It’s essentially a sort of open “C” shape with a broad paddle on one end. When you press down with the palm of your hand on the paddle, the “C” closes, gripping the throttle and allowing you to relax your fingers and the back of your hand.

    Adjusting the Anti-Cramp Throttle Clamp is equally easy, just rotate the paddle the other way (decelerating the throttle) and the “C” opens up and moves easily. With a little fiddling I was able to plant the paddle where it naturally rests against the palm of my hand allowing me to control the throttle without feeling like I’m losing control of the bike or slowing down.

    I find that resting my hand against the paddle prevents me from gripping the throttle too high, straightens out my wrist, and makes for a more comfortable ride under all conditions.

    So now I’m looking forward to my next long run without worrying about getting to my destination feeling like an advanced victim of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Karl Higgins

    Had a ride for about 700 KM, it was a lot of help avoiding the strain that always push on my nerves during riding. Installation was so easy, did not even take a second.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Wade James

    Good job for the price!!! beats all the other over priced gadgets out there

  4. 5 out of 5

    Chad Ortiz

    This is an excellent, simple product which has helped greatly in releiving the cramping in my throttle hand. Previously, this would occur after as little as 45 minutes. Very easy to install and adjust and acts as an extention of your wrist and arm. I’d highly recommend it if you have any throttle hand soreness – really allows you to loosen your grip and stretch out your fingers.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Craig Alvarado

    This thing is pretty spiffy. It does what it claims to do and makes longer rides more comfortable. I prefer it to the idea of a cruise control throttle locking mechanism just out of safety concerns. If I were to change one thing, I probably would get the standard/narrow version. The wide one is too wide and I will end up trimming it up some to get a better fit but outside of that, its a great little thing.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Floyd Delgado

    his is a great item. Its not expensive and solves a particular problem. that of getting all cramped up when riding a long long way. Buy it and if you don’t like – well its only a few bucks. If it makes your ride more comfortable, then good for you. Ride safe and keep the rubber on the road.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Thompson

    Last year I bought a 2010 Bonneville and last weekend I took my first road trip on the Great River Road. This thing works great. I have no cruise and the ability to rest the heal / bottom right part of my palm on it and let go of the throttle was fantastic. It worked better than expected, with the only part hurting being my neck from the wind hitting my helmet.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ross Byrd

    I am so mad that no one told me about this before. I love it! it makes long ride so much more relaxing that you mite fall a sleep. LOL. it ease on and off if you need to take it off but, you don’t have to… you can just reposition it on the sly.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Marion Underwood

    This thing is great. I love it on the highway when I’m cruising. It stays where I position on the grip. When I’m cruising, it’s nice to not have to hold the grip. The bottom of my hand just rests on the CB2 and away I go. I have it towards the right side of the grip and I can still manage the throttle normally with it on.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Homer Ball

    Works very well and provides excellent relief for sore wrists on long rides. Get two! one for each hand. use it around town at low speeds to get used to it being there.

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