Disabled Adaptation

Tony is a amputee (RBK) and still rides on the track and road. His passion not to let disability be a factor in motorcycle riding has driven us to become one of the countries few specialists in fitting adaptions such as power shifters, clutchless down change systems, twin lever master cylinders, cable to hydraulic conversion, moving controls etc.

We can offer a full consultation with the rider and build a bespoke system to allow them to be able to continue riding either on the road or on the track.

We outsource all machine work to specialists and use no inferior products or materials. We can work with Leg & Arm amputees, people who simply don't have the power in their limbs and many other problems.


Above: Tony and Neil at Cartagena Circuit in Spain. Tony (front) is an amputee (RBK) riding his adapted Yamaha R1.

Below are some examples of what we have achieved for our customers:

This tiny little servo for a power shifter



                                   Powershifter with bespoke mounting plate.



   Thumb Operated rear brake via the ABS and push buttons for the powershifter


This Bespoke Harley Davidson Breakout Powershifter install was a challenge. We created a bespoke handlebar bracket to integrate the shift buttons. The mounting bracket was specifically designed  to combat the torque of the servo motor.