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  • #16
    Barry, what about this auto beast for a start?

    A left index finger-operated audio mixer "fader" style clutch is my 2c..

    2 guys I ride with have Clake One's. Impressive device, but not quite ready for one yet.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by katokonvert View Post
      .. Impressive device, but not quite ready for one yet.
      What do you mean exactly by that? Can't afford one.... don't want one just yet? I am even going to put One on my Guzzi.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by BIGBADAL View Post
        rear thumb brake would be a game changer though .
        Really? I can't see it being very easy to control a clutch, a brake and hold onto the handle bar.

        I think the Clake One is a much simpler approach as far as control goes.
        "A motorcycle is a bicycle with a pandemonium attachment, and is designed for the special use of mechanical geniuses, daredevils and lunatics."

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Pete40 View Post
          What do you mean exactly by that? Can't afford one.... don't want one just yet? I am even going to put One on my Guzzi.
          Pete, meaning I can operate the Brembo clutch on my bike with one finger no worries. Only go to 2 fingers when I get tired.
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          • #20
            Originally posted by katokonvert View Post
            Pete, meaning I can operate the Brembo clutch on my bike with one finger no worries. Only go to 2 fingers when I get tired.
            Roger that. Yeah - I can't operate one finger only as I have a disability. But notwithstanding that, I reckon the fact that the rest of the lever is out of the way and you can hold on with your three other fingers and thumb is just brilliant. I tried One a couple of times for a short while and wasn't too impressed at first. But once I had mine for a full day - I was sold.

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            • #21
              idea for clake.

              Accelerometer controlled servo that applies pressure to the rear brake when vertical - automatic anti "land on your ass" control.
              It pumps one way and then it pumps the other...
              you have to know what you're doing with these machines and wear gloves
              Current rides: 125 trially, 200EXC, 2x 250EXCs, XR70, DRZ70, Banshee
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              • #22
                Great idea!

                Taking it one step further, it can be auto wheelie control!


                Originally posted by RMJay84 View Post
                idea for clake.

                Accelerometer controlled servo that applies pressure to the rear brake when vertical - automatic anti "land on your ass" control.

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                • #23
                  They certainly make great products but holy smokes they are expensive
                  Current Bike 2016 KTM 250 EXC-F

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by griz066 View Post
                    They certainly make great products but holy smokes they are expensive
                    I might be a bit biased as I have a bad left hand and can not use a clutch lever no matter how light with just one finger - that was until I got a One Light Clutch. That is the best thing ever invented for a motorcycle and at $360 plus GST, it is a bargain I reckon. I'll even be putting one on my Moto Guzzi. Compared to a mid west mountain clutch lever, it is cheap, as it is so much more. I can ride all day with one finger on my clutch with a One - can't do that with a midwest.

                    The Clake2 is expensive, yes, but it is a bloody great thing too. Anyone who is used to pushies would love one I reckon.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by griz066 View Post
                      They certainly make great products but holy smokes they are expensive


                      Originally posted by Pete40 View Post
                      I might be a bit biased as I have a bad left hand and can not use a clutch lever no matter how light with just one finger - that was until I got a One Light Clutch. That is the best thing ever invented for a motorcycle and at $360 plus GST, it is a bargain I reckon. I'll even be putting one on my Moto Guzzi. Compared to a mid west mountain clutch lever, it is cheap, as it is so much more. I can ride all day with one finger on my clutch with a One - can't do that with a midwest.



                      The Clake2 is expensive, yes, but it is a bloody great thing too. Anyone who is used to pushies would love one I reckon.


                      I've got a Clake Pro and reckon it's probably the best value aftermarket part I've ever put on a bike. You look at all the other aftermarket bits and pieces you put on your bike (pegs, pipes, bash plates, guards, stickers kits, bars etc) and it's pretty much the only thing you will ever buy only once.

                      I think I've had mine for about 4 years on three different bikes and probably 6000ks of riding. And other then the fact i want to try the Clake 2, I'd never get rid of it. It has sensational build quality, has never let me down and needs next to no maintenance.

                      Yeah they are expensive but if you add up all the other crap you buy for your bike that you probably don't have to have, you could get one and have it forever.

                      Excellent value if you ask me....
                      2014 450EXC

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                      • #26
                        Absolutely agree with Pecker, Love my Clake Pro.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by notaweeble View Post
                          Absolutely agree with Pecker, Love my Clake Pro.
                          $1324.50 for that inc postage, gotta be insane to spend that much.

                          But I put my order in last week for the CLAKE(LHRB) Prolever - Dual Control kit , now got to wait 6 weeks for it to be sent.
                          1998 KDX200 sold

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