Motorcycle Clutch Assist
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The EZ-F Powered Clutch System reduces the required handle pressure from 15-20 lbs, down to 8-10 oz.
The result? An easier riding experience, so you can focus on enjoying your ride, instead of worrying about the clutch.
The input sensor can be adapted to accommodate many different left arm and hand disabilities, including amputees.
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Engineer Invents Powered Motorcycle Clutch Assist
In 2012, Bruce Milligan suffered from nerve damage to his left arm/hand that decreased hand-strength, making it impossible to pull a standard motorcycle clutch lever.
Being a life long motorcycle enthusiast, Bruce wasn’t ready to give up riding. Determined to solve this problem, he used his design skills, mechanical and electronics knowledge to create the first proto-type of a powered clutch system.
In late 2014, work began on machining and building the first Powered Clutch System for motorcycles. The first proto-type was installed on his 2007 Honda Saber 1100. It worked perfectly and has been in use for the past 6 years.
Bruce is now introducing the EZ-F Powered Clutch System for other riders that just want a better riding experience.