Moto-Grip Lets Passengers Hang on for Safety

By: Matt Ho - Published: Aug 10, 2011 • References: hatchventures & gizmag
It's always tricky helping passengers on a motorcycle feel comfortable; however, thanks to the Moto-Grip, riding on a two-wheeler just got a whole lot better.

Riding in the back of a motorcycle is never easy for the passenger because you don't really have anything to grip on other than the driver's shoulders or hips (if you're comfortable with that). The Moto-Grip eliminates that problem altogether. It's a safety polyester webbing harness with padded handgrips that go around the driver. The grips are high which is perfect since you normally sit higher than the driver anyway. It's got a "break strength of 2,000 pounds (907 kg), and can handle a passenger weighing up to 300 pounds (136 kg)," according to Gizmag, so don't worry about it breaking anytime soon. There's also the Moto-Grip Jr. for the kids who love a brisk ride on a motorbike. Stats for Motorbike Safety Harnesses Trending: Older & Chilly
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