Custom Cycle… Hand Controls Package

Motorcycle Accessories

Custom Cycle Control Systems Inc. recently announced their new "Climax Hand Controls" package. Now for the first time, you can solve the "clean handlebar" dilemma with one complete package.

You supply the bars… Custom Cycle supplies all the parts. Climax Hidden Hand Control Systems produces by far the cleanest looking "self-contained" handlebar systems available.

Designed to function as good as they look, these concealed handlebar systems will enhance the look of any motorcycle; whether Harley-Davidson, Metric, or Custom.

The hand controls are completely concealed. All the lines, wires, and cables run through the bars and exit below the top tree. CCCS also has a wide variety of many different handlebar styles to choose from, ranging from old school drag bars to radical new styles such as the Rock Star.

You can also incorporate a digital speedometer from either Wire Plus or Dakota Digital into your design. Additional features and benefits of a CCCS complete hand control system include:

> 100% internal wires, cables and hoses

> All wires, cables & hoses come extra long so you can "cut to length"

> Hidden brake and clutch fluid reservoirs

> 7 micro switches (maintain all stock control functions)

> Controls are designed to work as good as the look

> Convenient push pin accessibility to the internal throttle, and reservoirs (no special tools needed)

> Dual Cable Internal Throttle (easily accessible)

> EZ Pull Throttle Lock

> Install Kit (includes everything necessary to complete the job…hydraulic fittings, relay, bleeder bolt, fill funnel, throttle cables/ends and ferrules)

>MSRP: $1,899.00

For those interested in obtaining more information on other award winning products from Custom Cycle Control Systems, Inc., you can reach them at 866-438-2129 or 702-438-2129. Check them out online at or email them at

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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 Editor at Large 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).