Crampbuster Cruise Control
Great for highway, but be careful with it on the streets!
This is an incredibly simple tool, which does its job well. You can rotate it 'forward' to move it around the grip to keep it partially out of the way, but if you rotate it the other way, it twists the throttle.
I found that after getting on the highway, I would have to clutch in and adjust the crampbuster to get ideal position, but then I could rest most of my palm against the device to keep the throttle engaged and to take some of the strain off of my fingers/wrist.
Definitely a good thing to have for a long trip, but I prefer to leave it off unless going for a few hours.
December 15, 2014
its amazing if you travel or going for long trip, it let your hand stay comfortable if you have a race bike
December 15, 2014
Must have item
If you are riding any long distance this is a must have item. Easily slips over the grip with no bolts or screws, you can slide it down out of the way when you are in traffic and adjust it up to support your wrist when you are on long open roads with steady speeds. This is a must have if you are doing long road trips and only cost a couple bucks. I used it on my first 1800 mile road trip and it helps a great deal
December 1, 2014
Cure for cramped wrist!
Of all the products that I have purchased for motorcycles, this is the least expensive and most bang for the buck ever. Anyone that rides more than 100 miles really needs to purchase this gizmo. completely takes away cramped wrist and forearm. Simple to slip on the bike and just ride. It is a gotta have.
November 17, 2014
Easy install. Cheap quality. Seems dangerous to use. Get grips with throttle boss and suck it up!
November 11, 2014
It works, kind of. It sometimes bends which makes it harder to keep the throttle pushed to the level you want it to, but I assume it needs to be that way so it doesn't break.
My hand does feel a lot better these days.
November 3, 2014
You get your money's worth
It's easy to install, but that means it doesn't stay put while riding. It slowly spins downward to the point where it serves no purpose any more. What relief it does give when in the proper position is lost by the discomfort of gripping a hard plastic part instead of the rubber grip beneath it. If it were more of a clamp on design, rather than a spring design, it wouldn't move on you and would be worth getting, otherwise it's a waste of money. Definitely not an alternative to throttle locks or cruise control.
October 27, 2014
Inexpensive "cruise control" option
There's not much to say. Make sure you get the correct size for your grip, so it fits snuggly over it. I got the wider one, but it does get in the way sometimes and I end up gripping the handle closer to the controls. Basically it works to ease cramping on your right hand when you're cruising.
October 14, 2014