Tankgrip Lets Sport Bike Passengers Hold On Better

Posted: Jun 19 2008, 6:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:54am CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

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If you have ever ridden on a motorcycle with someone on the back or ridden behind someone you know that it can be uncomfortable and plain awkward to hold on. Your girl can hold on around your waist, but if you need to give one of the guys a ride for some reason, you don’t want him wrapping his arms around you.

A new product called Tankgrip solves this problem. The device is called Tankgrip and it attaches to the gas tank of a sport bike and provides a pair of streamlined handles that the rear passenger can hold onto. This frees you from the inevitable death grip the passenger gets at some point and keeps you from looking weird when your pal on the back is hugging you at highway speeds.

The product won’t rupture in the event of a crash and it comes in two varieties. One is a lacquered version retailing for 350 Euros and the other is a carbon fiber version selling for 450 Euros.

Via Tankgrip

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