Do you grip the bike with your legs? If so, this seat for you.
The grips are positioned for the neutral balance point of the motorcycle. Just like airplanes, off-road motorcycles are also designed with the (CG) center of gravity located in the middle and narrowest point of the frame.
US PATENTS US9511808B1 & US20170101146A1
Grip’n Rip Off-Road Control Surface Technology is built into the seat. It enables a standing rider to alternately grip and release the motorcycle with the knees and legs giving the rider ultimate control of sliding forward and backward. The knees comfortably hold a neutral position on the motorcycle. The rider’s knees can easily release and move forward and backward of the MX Control Pads as needed for maneuverability and various sitting positions.
The Grip’n Rip Pads are large enough and firm enough to stop the rider’s gripping knees from sliding forward under heavy braking, downhill deceleration and rough terrain. During these riding conditions the rider’s body weight and kinetic energy are placed onto the Grip’n Rip Pads, then transferred downward toward the center of the motorcycle, versus onto the handlebars and over the front wheel. Grip’n Rip riders use their legs and core strength to maximize the control of the motorcycle.
Likewise under extreme acceleration, uphill climbs and traversing intense rugged terrain at speed are large enough and firm enough to block the rider’s gripping legs from sliding backward. The rider’s body weight and kinetic energy are placed onto the Grip’n Rip, then transferred downward toward the center of the motorcycle, instead of all that weight pulling up the handlebars and front wheel. Grip’n Rip provides riders with maximum control, stamina and confidence.
To Order, Call or Text 831.566.2065 or email: MXcontrolTech.com
Four Years of R & D
Tested by Expert and Weekend Riders
Proven on the Track, Trails, Technical and Open Terrains with Muddy, Wet and Dry Conditions.
Vet Drew Dickson of District 36: He says he likes the seat, a lot! He said he definitely has a huge level of control with his legs. On steep climbs, he’s able to grab the font seat grips with his knees to keep his weight over the front of the bike. He uses the seat a lot on steep downhills because it lets him take the weight off his hands and gives him better control. He also appreciates how it reminds him to grip the bike with his legs and how comfortable it is while sitting. #DrewDickson88