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Love Handles | Motorcycle Armrests

Comfort and Security

Motorcycle riders have handlebars to hold on to when they ride… but what about the passenger on the back? A sissy bar helps, but it’s still a struggle to get comfortable for the long haul. Now an Albuquerque company has come up with a solution. Love Handles.

Motorcycle Armrests are uniquely designed to help make motorcycle passengers feel more relaxed by giving them something solid and secure (but padded and comfortable) to hold onto. And when the passenger feels more relaxed, she can comfortably lean with the rider during a turn. Now if the wind gets gusty or the road gets bumpy Love Handles gives passengers an extra sense of security.

The company’s proprietary release system allows armrests to pivot outward for easy-on, easy-off seating. Or just pivot the armrests 180 degrees for an extra luggage carrier designed for lightweight gear. Love Handles Motorcycle Armrests are constructed in the USA with superior quality materials including chromed steel, aircraft-grade aluminum and the same highly durable, weather-resistant synthetic leather found on the best motorcycle seats.

Love Handles attach to the sissy bars found on many Harley-Davidsons, metric cruisers and trikes. Installation is quick and easy, simply remove the pad from the sissy bar, secure the brackets on the sissy bar, mount Love Handles and adjust for height, then replace the pad.

Love Handles comes with a 30-day money back guarantee and also carries a lifetime guarantee against product defects. MSRP: $329.00 for classic black. Armrests with studs [+$25], fringe [+$30] or flames [+$60] are also available.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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