• ATLAS Throttle Lock Motorcycle Cruise Control - Bottom Kit
  • ATLAS Throttle Lock Motorcycle Cruise Control - Bottom Kit
  • ATLAS Throttle Lock Motorcycle Cruise Control - Bottom Kit
  • ATLAS Throttle Lock Motorcycle Cruise Control - Bottom Kit
  • ATLAS Throttle Lock Motorcycle Cruise Control - Bottom Kit
  • ATLAS Throttle Lock Motorcycle Cruise Control - Bottom Kit
  • ATLAS Throttle Lock Motorcycle Cruise Control - Bottom Kit
  • ATLAS Throttle Lock Motorcycle Cruise Control - Bottom Kit
  • ATLAS Throttle Lock Motorcycle Cruise Control - Bottom Kit
  • ATLAS Throttle Lock Motorcycle Cruise Control - Bottom Kit

ATLAS Throttle Lock Motorcycle Cruise Control - Bottom Kit

Article number:
ABKG02
Delivery time:
1-2 weeks
Availability:
Out of stock
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€149,00 .
Incl. tax

The ATLAS Throttle Lock is the most intuitive cruise control alternative ever built. When engaged, the ATLAS holds your throttle in place with friction so that you can relax your grip, shake out your hand, adjust your jacket, etc.

Calling it a throttle lock is a little misleading because it doesn’t actually “lock” the throttle of your motorcycle. You can override the ATLAS at all times. When you want to increase or decrease your speed, simply rotate the throttle like normal and the ATLAS will hold that new position.

Product features:
  • Thumb Activated Mechanical Motorcycle Cruise Control
  • Adjust your speed while it's engaged for incremental speed adjustments
  • You retain 100% throttle control whether engaged or disengaged
  • Simple Bolt-On Installation made of Stainless Steel.

The Atlas Throttle Lock Cruise Control is available in two mounting versions: The Bottom Kit and the Top Kit. Check the Fitment Chart to see which type is the best fit for your bike. 

The ATLAS cruise control is easy to install in just 10 minutes. It clamps on the plastic gas tube, between the throttle flange and the throttle housing. The ATLAS Throttle Lock has two buttons. One to activate the Cruise Control and another to deactivate it. When the ATLAS is switched on, a stainless steel lip with a friction block presses against the side of the throttle housing and uses pressure and friction to keep the throttle in the desired position.

To adjust your speed, simply turn the throttle by hand and the new position will be maintained until you press the "Off" button.

Here are four key differences that truly set the ATLAS apart from anything else on the market:

  • Smooth Riding Experience: The ATLAS engages and disengages without any change in speed. Other designs force you to decelerate when disengaging their units. No more lurching on the freeway.
  • Ergonomic and Intuitive: Using non-dominant fingers, twisting or reaching to set a throttle lock is dangerous for obvious reasons. The ATLAS is activated with your thumb and is always within reach.
  • The ATLAS Doesn't Require Grip Space: Other designs demand a portion of your grip. The ATLAS simply mounts to the throttle tube between the grip and the throttle housing, leaving you with a full grip.
  • Bolts on within 10 minutes: During installation, there's no need to remove grips, handguards, heated grips, bar end mirrors... the ATLAS works perfectly with them all.

Is there enough room for the ATLAS?

  • All you need is a gap of 40mm or greater between the grip and the throttle housing. That's roughly 3 bank cards thick.
  • Nearly every motorcycle has a throttle tube and a throttle housing. The ATLAS mounts to the throttle tube, which allows the ATLAS to rotate with your throttle, and most importantly your thumb.

You'll want the Bottom Kit...

  • If there’s a heated grip wire that comes out the top half of the rubber grip flange.
  • If you have more than 40mm of clearance between the inner plastic throttle tube (under the rubber grip) and the gas tank at a full right turn.
  • If there's a bulge, bracket or object sticking out of the top half of the throttle housing that would interfere with the body of the ATLAS.
  • If there's no other interferences, then it's a personal preference.

You'll want the Top Kit...

  • If there’s a heated grip wire that comes out the bottom half of the rubber grip flange.
  • If you have less than 40mm of clearance between the inner plastic throttle tube (under the rubber grip) and the gas tank at a full right turn.
  • If there's a bulge, bracket or object sticking out of the bottom half of the throttle housing that would interfere with the body of the ATLAS.
  • If there's no other interferences, then it's a personal preference.

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