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They are your connection to the bike and allow you to both get going and come to a controlled stop. Motorcycle levers are always within arm’s reach and are an undeniably important feature up in the cockpit. Motorcycle brake levers control your stopping power at the front, while motorcycle clutch levers work to engage the transmission — truly critical as you pull away on every ride. If the ones on your bike are looking a little tired, got bent in a tip-over or simply not to your liking any longer, RevZilla can help. You can learn plenty about motorcycle levers (especially clutches) here and once armed with that information, select the right part for your ride.

A Fistful of Stoppers

When seated and ready to roll, that motorcycle lever on your left is the clutch. Pull it in and the hidden springs, plates and mechanisms are actuated, allowing you to pop the bike into or out of gear. You’re not going anywhere without a motorcycle clutch lever so make sure yours is up to snuff with new ones available now at RevZilla. Use our “Shop By Vehicle” feature to find the ones that’ll fit your perch — or check out universal styles — and start enjoying CNC-machined surfaces, tough aluminum construction, anodized finishes and durable pivots to prolong life.

On your right hand side is the motorcycle brake lever, most likely working to pump fluid down to the calipers and bring you to a halt. Having a great fit here helps you control the bike with ease even on the longest or most demanding rides. You’ll find plenty of options for customization, including motorcycle brake levers that again utilize space-grade materials with professional finishes that are going to resist scratches as well as breaks or bends in a fall. Both come in standard or “shorty” lengths, which will generally be an inch shorter, so choose accordingly.

Get Going with RevZilla

Spills are bound to happen so if you need to replace either motorcycle lever for that reason, you’re in the right place. Shifting style preferences are a-okay, too, so start browsing and upgrading those brake and shift levers. While you’re here, check out our assortment of grips and give all your controls a makeover.