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DazzleRebel

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DazzleRebel says:

Busting cramp

I’ve been finding that after about an hour of motorway riding I start losing feeling in my right hand. With the amount of miles I’m covering at the moment it’s surely not doing my long term health any good so I started to look for a solution. Now if I had the budget to do so I could probably source a...

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ERP30

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ERP30 says:

Fair Play

That's a handy bit of info....

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DazzleRebel

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DazzleRebel says:

For anyone concerned about town riding

It comes off dead easy so you can keep it in your pocket around town then quickly clip it on if you're going to be heading for the highway for a long stretch.  Best investment I've made for less than a tenner!

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Rogerborg

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Rogerborg says:

Another happy user

I don't even bother taking mine off for my suburban commute: with the thinner cramp buster that I use there's a clear handfull of throttle to grip.  Worse case, you can simply rotate it away from you so you're not catching it.  And it helps immensely with cramp on longer trips.

Like most great ideas, it's simple, idiot proof, and just works.

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Shagrat57

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Shagrat57 says:

Go Criuse

I bought a little device off of eBay for about a tenner called a Go Cruise.  It fits onto the twistgrip (takes 10 seconds to fit) and doesn't interfere at al with normal riding.  But when you want to take your hand off for a stretch, you just push the device down onto your brake lever with your forefinger and it holds the throttle at a set opening.  I've used this for about 6 months now and I'd never use anything else.

Simple and cheap (we like that)!

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