I've had a Crampbuster on every bike I've owned. They really help.
Roger that, had not thought of possible, deadly side effects. Will stick with my cramp busterI has a throttle lock on my CTX for about three years, until I got into a situation where the back tire slipped and even though I let go of the throttle, it kept accelerating. Almost crashed the bike, so it came off and went jnto the garbage.
The Kaoko works well with the stock grips. You have to have open ended grips. As you can see, the M109r has the same stock grips.The brakeaway throttle lock looks noce and works well. I have on on my C50. On my 109R i have a kaoko throttle lock. It looks real nice and they work well.
Me too, worked wellI had a Brake-Away hrottle lock. Just tapping the break lever disengaged it.
Yeah, my current ride has actual cruise control, which is a first for me. A nice feature.I think it was an Omni Cruise that I had. It was fine, but I'm much happier with a bike that actually had real cruise control on it. 😊
I still have a Cramp Buster though. 😉
I had picked up one of those but the shaft length was not long enough for the set up between the throttle and brake mount.I have always used one of these. You can easily roll off the throttle and push right through the resistance it creates.
Same. Cruise doesn't work well on twisties and I don't ride on the highway if I can avoid it, but it is really nice when my hand needs a break or I need to do something with my right hand.Yeah, my current ride has actual cruise control, which is a first for me. A nice feature.
But I rarely use it, to be honest ... while I use the Cramp Buster every single ride.