The Linelokker. A Parking Brake And More…

I didn’t try this one. So, like me, you have to refer to what Underworld Inc, manufacturer of this Linelokker parking brake is saying. The idea is to be able, at the flip of a lever, to lock your brake in different situations when you need to or should do so. Like when you park, when you are stopped at a light and don’t want to hold your brake, when you are stopped on a hill, when you trail and don’t want your bike rolling back & forth pulling your tie-downs, and may I add (and not recommend) when you decide to do a burnout to impress me during a rally. It is simple to use, apply your brake and flip the lever of the Linelokker. Your brake is now locked. It is a simple installation (no wiring or solenoids or plumbing involved.) Remove your existing brake line attach the Linelokker to your master cylinder reattach your brake line, bleed your brake. You are done.  Info at Underworld Inc.

7 Responses to “The Linelokker. A Parking Brake And More…”

  1. 1 J Dec 27th, 2008 at 8:28 am

    Sweet! A solution for parking with my Grandeur clutch!

  2. 2 Gerry Dec 28th, 2008 at 3:45 pm

    Just a quick question Cyril. Is it necessary to change brake fluids on a regular basis as I have never changed mine in 13 years???

  3. 3 stickshift Dec 29th, 2008 at 11:25 am

    The Linelokker is now up for sale.
    The sale will include all rights to the Patent. ( soon to be approved Jan 09). All design drawings including various designs.
    One of the designs will incorporate the Linelokker with a master cylinder as one complete unit.
    The sale will include Inventory.
    This is a great opportunity to invest in a new and unique motorcycle part.
    The Linelokker has been on the market since 2006. This is a great income opportunity for the right person.
    Serious enquiries contact Underworld Inc.

  4. 4 Mike Dec 29th, 2008 at 4:53 pm

    Wow, a free press release to try and sell your company? That’s pretty shitty.

  5. 5 stickshift Dec 29th, 2008 at 10:30 pm

    Hey Mike,
    I guess it depends on how you look at it. This is a blog about the motorcycle community. It is a place for news regarding motorcycles, motorcycle parts and the companys that sell them. When any motorcycle company or a motorcycle related company has an announcement to make this is the place to do it.
    I see nothing wrong with letting anyone who might be interested in
    this information have access to it. This posting had nothing to do with free advertisment. If you look back in Easyriders, The Horse, Biker,V Twin News and other motorcycle related magazines you will see ads from Underworld Inc. for the past few years. You will also see the same press release in many of the mentioned magazines older issues.
    It just so happens that at the same time as this release Underworld Inc. has decided to sell the business..I just wanted to set the record straight….

  6. 6 Nicker Jan 4th, 2009 at 12:23 am


    Certainly is an interesting proposition.
    Do you know how many machine operations are involved in a finished unit?
    How much liability insurance does the current Mfg. carry?
    How many units have been sold so far?
    Any pending law suits?
    What’s the backlog (orders and warranty work)?


  7. 7 Pirate Jan 6th, 2009 at 9:44 am

    I have a J brake rear master on a jockey shift set up with a centrifugal clutch and no front brake. How does it set up on this layout and can the lock lever be put on the handlebar?

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