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#3305 Aerostich Lane Share Tool

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  • #3305 Aerostich Lane Share Tool
  • #3305 Aerostich Lane Share Tool
  • #3305 Aerostich Lane Share Tool
  • #3305 Aerostich Lane Share Tool
  • On/Off button mounted to handlebar
  • Customize with your own message
  • Installation Kit
  • Five Original message panels
  • Five New message panels

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Aerostich Lane Share Tool #3305

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$167.00

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$167.00

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Not Available in California

The first time you use this thing your heart will pound and you’ll fee the adrenaline…But feel the fear and do it anyway.
The deal is this: motorcycles are not cars. Throughout most of the USA, lane-sharing (aka “filtering”) is illegal, but that’s not so across the rest of the world. And it’s not unsafe. This is about giving brave civilly-disobedient riders permission to show those stuck in backed-up traffic there is a better way. Brilliant, right?
Except it has been available for a few years and we’ve only sold about twenty five of them. We’ve already cut the price twice, so it’s not even profitable to make them anymore.
This thing took us years to develop and engineer. And it’s a blast to use. Everyone smiles. Installation simply involves routing the wire between the plate rotation motor and the handlebar (or mirror stem) mounted control button. Then connecting the fused battery leads midway.
Touch the button and the alternate message displays for ten seconds — then the tool automatically folds back to show your plate. Holding the button five seconds displays the alternate message until the button is touched again. An LED indicates whenever the alternate message is on.
A total of ten available message panels, including: “Lane Share Test,” “One Less Car,” “Share The Road,” “Thank You,” a Mr. Happy Puppet “happy face,” (We recommend Mr. Happy…or the Jolly Roger.) Since 2011 with five added messages including: “Alien” face, “Alien — This Is My Car”,“Jolly Roger — This Is My Car” and “Jolly Roger — One Less Car.”
Includes a CD with about fifty additional formatted messages ready to print and use, and a video installation guide. 12V. Anodized aluminum. Mounting hardware included. But deploy at your own risk…being a bad-ass civil-libertarian in traffic is not as easy as one might think. Not for riders with too-high blood pressure problems, pacemakers or other health issues. 10.75"×4.5"(9" open).

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Be the Marble: “Fill a bucket with baseballs, and there remains room for a lot of marbles in the interstices. When the baseballs see a marble rolling past and get irate they have two options: Accept the marbles, or demand action from the authorities. Both favor us marbles. If they accept us, fine. If they call their legislators and city council persons complaining, a public debate ensues. When that happens, the marbles have a chance for justice. If enough marbles are civilly disobedient, eventually things change in the marbles favor.” -Mr. Subjective
2011 LST Use Update - I use the LST only occasionally. "But when I do..." (channeling both the famous Dos Equis beer and MasterCard ads), it's "priceless". For example, last week I was riding back to Duluth from Chicago, which is an eight hour trip. All on interstates. About half-way I slowly came up on a full size older van with a motorcycle on a carrier across the back bumper (like a bicycle, but resting on it's wheels). There were a dozen small stickers on the back windows of this van, and the bike was an old 1970's Moto Morini 3 1/2 (three and a half). As I rolled by alongside, without slowing...our speed differential was probably five mph...the driver gave me a 'thumbs up' sign in his window. Hard-core ol' motorcycle bum. Inside my helmet I smiled and thumbed the Lane Share Tool button -- and presumably he watched the license plate flipped slowly (about 4 seconds) open and a 'mr happy' smiling face was displayed in acknowledgement. The distance between us increased and I continued moving away. A few seconds later the plate moved back into the regular position and I was 'gone'. Big fun. -Mr. Subjective
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