Engineer Invents 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 4 years.
Bruce is now introducing the EZ-F Powered Clutch System for other riders that just want a better riding experience.