Rick’s “Good Guys” Adjustable Clutch And Brake Levers

RICK11RICK2Rick’s Motorcycles released its first adjustable hand control levers in 2012. The new version features a slightly modified design to minimize tolerance and wear while providing the same lever force on both clutch and brake sides. Lever force can be adjusted at the easy-to-access button at the pivot point, even while riding, with levers offered in short or long versions with exchangeable tips.

RICK3RICK4The Kits include both clutch and brake levers – both long and short – plus a choice of lever tips. The Rick’s adjustable Good Guys kits are available in black or black & silver anodized aluminum finish and fot the most recent Harley-Davidson models, including those of year 2014. MSRP: 299 Euros. To order directly in Germany from Rick’s Motorcycles by emailing at info@wheelsforwinners.com

9 Responses to “Rick’s “Good Guys” Adjustable Clutch And Brake Levers”

  1. 1 Brett Oct 25th, 2013 at 9:31 am

    Looking very cool.

  2. 2 Greeko Oct 25th, 2013 at 11:53 am

    How come none of our american companies has ever got the idea of offering adjustable levers?

  3. 3 Terence Tory Oct 25th, 2013 at 4:00 pm

    Over four hundred bucks or so for hand levers? Give me a brake.

    And a clutch,I guess.

  4. 4 john reed Oct 26th, 2013 at 2:14 am

    In august 1992 a production prototype was given to Custom Chrome, they rejected it because they said that a Japanese company who supplied levers to some of the oem motorcycle manufacturers had a patent on it .

  5. 5 Terence Tory Oct 26th, 2013 at 3:07 am

    john reed,That Jap brake Co. who made the clever lever back in ’92 would have exhausted any patent or registered design stranglehold on it by now.

  6. 6 JackS Oct 26th, 2013 at 7:49 am

    I would be game if I knew the benefits to the rider — and if the price wasn’t 4 times that of my basic chrome levers.

  7. 7 Bruce Reynard Oct 26th, 2013 at 7:55 am

    JackS. The benefit for the rider is evident. Up to you if you want to pay the price.

  8. 8 JackS Oct 27th, 2013 at 8:03 am

    @Bruce, you’re right; the benefit is evident. Guess I should have been clearer in my question: Do these levers enable me to greatly reduce lever force when linked, for example, to a heavy duty clutch? If so, I’d like to know how much. Then I would know whether the benefit justifies the cost.

  9. 9 Reyn Mansson Oct 28th, 2013 at 8:46 am

    I’ve had CRG adjustable levers on various European bikes for the last 7 years at least

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