ᵀᴴᴱMOTOWORKS 3-Button Handlebar Control - Series One - Black
Introducing the Motoworks 3 button handlebar control. Compatible with Motogadget M-Units, our control features a 3 button interface for your thumbs instead of 2. We found motogadget's 2 button controller needed 1 more button to be fully functional for us, so we decided to make our own. The MotoWorks 3 Button Handlebar Controllers are powder coated black for a durable finish and place 3 momentary push buttons in easy reach of your thumbs. Held in place by 2 stainless steel screws, these controls are a perfect marriage to motogadget's m-units like m-unit blue or the m-unit basic.
Inner Diameter: 22mm (7/8 in).
Outer Diameter: 56 mm.
Width: 19 mm.
Housing: Black Powder Coat.
Buttons: 3 Momentary Push Buttons.
Material: CNC Machined Billet Aluminium
Two M5 Stainless Steel Mounting Screws
Secure Clamping To All 22mm (7/8 in.) Diameter Handlebars.
The Push-buttons are vibration and water resistant (IP65).
Want to clean up the area around your handlebars? What if one wave of the hand could be used to start your bike? What if one key could be used for all your bikes?
With its ultra-simple design, The Motoworks RFID Ignition Lock is perfect for decluttering motorcycle cockpits by providing clean, modern looks and performance. It replaces your ignition keyswitch with a smaller, touchless unit that is just as secure.
Using RFID technology, this electronic device provides a contactless method of switching a vehicle on and off. Simply place the included RFID key near the RFID Ignition Lock and the vehicle unlocks and is ready to start. Pass the same key over the lock again to switch the vehicle off. The RFID Ignition Lock can even be hidden behind a non-metallic surface for the cleanest install possible.
With no moving parts and an identification code unique to each key, the RFID Ignition Lock is both reliable and secure. One RFID Key can also be programmed for use with multiple ignition locks too, so one key could be used to start all the bikes in your garage.
Note: Modification to the vehicle's electrical system is required for install.
Curious about how to install the RFID Ignition Lock? Check out the video below!
ᵀᴴᴱMOTOWORKS Quad-Axis Mirror
There's a million different mirrors out there. But we were never happy with the options. Some looked cool but they didn't have the features we wanted, or even worse, it was the other way around. So we decided to make our own, designed and manufactured in the USA.
With four degrees of adjustment, the Quad Axis Mirror can be positioned for the perfect rear view. Swing the arm outwards for a clear view, or swing it inwards when parking in a tight space. Adjustability allows the mirror to be placed correctly in nearly every situation.
The Quad Axis Mirror is designed to mount to a 7/8" or 22mm handlebar using only one bolt. Adjustments are quick and simple, and the convex mirror only moves when re-positioned by the user.
The Quad Axis Mirror is CNC-machined from aluminum and finished with a durable anodized coating.
ᵀᴴᴱMOTOWORKS Rear Sets
ᵀᴴᴱMOTOWORKS Motorcycle Adjustable Rearsets
ᵀᴴᴱMOTOWORKS Motorcycle Rear Sets are universal fit and CNC machined from lightweight billet aluminum. Each set features a one-piece design where the shifter and brake lever are integrated with the foot pegs requiring only 1 bolt (M10 1.25) for the Rear Set assembly installation. Teflon washers make the shift and brake lever actuation virtually effortless. These MotoWorks foot controls are incredibly lightweight and weigh a mere 366 grams as a set. This is a universal fit part and may or may not fit without modification. Fabrication may be required for proper mounting.
CNC machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum
Adjustable actuators (12-degree increments) to suit your riding style
Knurled foot pegs to keep your foot where it belongs
Designed and manufactured with pride in the USA by The MotoWorks
RFID Replacement Key
One secure RFID key to add to or replace a key for our RFID lock module. Key comes with a unique code and will need to be programmed to the RFID module using the module's red programming key.