Go Cruise Throttle Assist eases big distance

Publish Date: 
May 11, 2014
By Bruce Steever

SANTA ANA, Calif. – Everyone knows the classic acronym, KISS. Often, something doesn’t have to complicated to be effective.

2 Wheel Ride Inc.'s Go Cruise Throttle Control installs on the throttle grip with no need for tools. When at the desired speed, the rider pushes the Go Cruise down with his index finger until it rests on the rear of the front brake lever. Go Cruise reportedly has enough grip to hold the throttle in place, eliminating strain on the rider’s wrist. To reduce speed, the rider rolls the throttle off manually to override the Go Cruise.

A new, proprietary polymer blend material and revised cross-section gives the new generation Go Cruise increased grip, strength and durability, the company said.

The new Go Cruise retails for $19.95 and comes in two sizes to fit standard 7/8” handlebars and 1” cruiser-style bars.

From a press release