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I found this article on the Rekluse clutch and I had high hopes for it. I had zero confidence that I could actually ride on the open road and I wanted to ride with all my heart. So, my husband had found my dream bike—a denim black Harley-Davidson Sportster Iron 883. We had the Rekluse clutch installed and it's the best thing ever! I still use my clutch to shift, because I still want to practice that skill. I can concentrate on riding safely without worrying about the clutch (that I honestly never mastered) and the absolute joy of riding! Thank you!

Kristi Utley
Rockwood, TN
Saturday, September 12, 2020
Editor Response
Thank you for your feedback. It's wonderful that this product has allowed so many people to find this product which helps them continue riding and enjoy the ride even better. Ride safely!
Tricia Szulewski, Editor
My boyfriend installed this on my Harley-Davidson Sportster Low and it's been a Godsend! I went through a rider's course last year and rode a motorcycle (not my own) for the first time and failed because I just couldn't find that "sweet spot." I constantly stalled. Frustrating as that may have been, and believe me, I tried—this is the best option for me. Definitely recommend it to anyone.

Lena
Medford, NJ
Monday, February 24, 2020
I installed (yes, by myself) a Rekluse clutch as soon as I purchased my 2018 Indian Scout. I love it! I can't say enough good things about it.

Seattle is quite hilly and a prior left hand surgery left me wanting to protect what I have left.

The customer service from Rekluse is top notch—and I wasn't made to feel that I was an idiot woman for installing my own clutch.

By the way, the most mechanical thing I'd done on any vehicle was install a license platw bracket. The Rekluse installation videos online gave me enough confidence to DIY it.


Kersten Hubbard
Normandy Park
Thursday, February 13, 2020
Editor Response
That's awesome, Kersten! You Go Girl! Thanks for the great feedback. Glad you are continuing the ride safely.
Tricia Szulewski, Editor
We purchased a Harley-Davidson with the Roadsmith trike kit on it. The previous owner had ALS and had the automatic clutch installed. Expensive lesson learned: use the proper oil and change it more often. The principle of this device is it has to slip, causing the oil to wear out quicker. It was failing on a trip, but got it home and to our mechanic. We changed the bike back to the regular clutch and had the easy pull installed for about $36.

Also, as mentioned, you can't park in gear and expect it to hold the bike from rolling. I used to carry a mini bungee and wrap it around the front brake lever, as the rear parking brake would not hold on any incline. I do miss being able to have it in gear at a light and not have to hold the clutch in though.

Michele Crown
Alstead, NH
Friday, September 29, 2017
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