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Customer Reviews (50)
- Clever, with limitationsReview by Roadracer Al
- This is an extraordinarily clever device, but it does have some limitations. I ride dual sport bikes and they are equipped with brush guards that enclose the end of the handlebars, making the grip a finite length. If you have big hands, you will definitely notice the 1/4" thickness of the throttle lock. Also, dirt grips are shorter than street grips, and have a curve at the flange (next to the thumb), so the throttle lock doesn't fit very closely to the flange. With that in mind, it actually takes up more like 3/8" on the grip. So, around town, I keep the gadget in my pocket until I hit the highway, at which point I install it on the grip. (Posted on 10/22/11)
- Go Cruise Throttle ControlReview by Van
- This is the neatest thing since sliced bread!!!!!!!!!!! Highly Recommended. (Posted on 10/3/11)
- Not to bab after allReview by R1200C
- Its not to bad, fit great like it was made for my bike. I like it and works great. Just be careful when you put in the clutch. (Posted on 10/1/11)
- Mixed resultsReview by Hiwatt Scott
I bought this cruise control for two reasons: I appreciated the elegant design, and my NEP cruise control was not working as well on my SV1000 as it had on other bikes. Overall, I was pleased with the device and grew very accustomed to it's presence on my grip. However, some issues arose and I thought I'd better share them here:
1: This device works best on a stiff rubber compound. I have softer compound grips on my bike and as a result there was a little bit of "give" when I engaged this throttle control. The result was I had to compensate a little when applying it. No biggie, but a little frustrating sometimes when you're on a flat road and you start slowing down after you engage it.
2. They are serious when they tell you in the instructions to be very careful pulling this apart to install or remove on your bike. I was attempting to remove mine while having a conversation with someone and ended up breaking it in two. I fully take the blame, but be warned that this device is fragile when stretched.
Like I said, overall I liked the thing and was bummed when I broke it. I appreciated it's simple design, but I'm going to spend a little extra and get a Vista Cruise next time. (Posted on 10/1/11)
- Third handReview by Treestrom
- This gadget works great,It's nice and safer when I need to zip up or down my vents on my jacket. Not counting how good it is on interstate. (Posted on 9/26/11)
- Great while it lastedReview by S Wolf
- Great product while it lasted. Used on about 5 trips, went to swap to my second bike and it broke... (Posted on 9/26/11)
- great for tired handReview by rjbiker73
Got this for my 2004 Road Star for the long trips. Works great on flat long straight road. However have you have it set and you go up or down hills watch your speed. The speed will also go up or down. Gives your hand a great break. Is with the money and glad I got it.
(Posted on 9/21/11)
- great itemReview by hiriseman
I ride a BMW R100T and have not found a cruise control that works for it.
But this one really does the job. Even though I have rubber grips, the band that comes with it is necessary,
Highly recommend it. Make me wonder why I didn't think of t. (Posted on 9/8/11)
- GoCruise is SlickReview by TxRdWarrior
- Ordered the larger size for my Vulcan Drifter. Works just as advertised. Inexpensive and it delivers...fantastic. (Posted on 9/8/11)
- A good ideaReview by Art
- I have one of these for each of my bikes, and, while not perfect, they do a good job of holding the throttle, thus giving my right hand a little break. It is necessary to fiddle a little to get it to hold the right speed, but for $20, what do you expect. For me, it is better than a Cramp Buster, or a Throttle Boss because my sleeve often catches on these devices. (Posted on 9/7/11)