MotoWinch, Keeping The Dream Alive...

 


Solo Adventure Riding

 

Can you lift your bike by yourself?

Can you lift it with full luggage?

 

The MotoWinch is an entirely new motorcycle Multitool which will lift any fallen motorbike! No more need to risk your back trying to pick-up your bike!

 

But it can be used for much more!

 

Motorcycle adventure riding is one of the most exciting ways to travel and a big dual sports bike is usually the chosen bike.

 

These bikes are tough, comfortable, reliable and sexy! Indispensible qualities when you ride alone. You're depending on your bike and your bike is often your only companion.

 

These qualities also come at a price. Most dual sports bikes weigh well over 200 kg. Add fuel, accessories and luggage and the scale will show 250kg+ easily. Are you still able to get the bike back on its feet when it falls over or worse, after a crash when you are unhurt but badly shaken.....

Riding Autonomy

 

 

The MotoWinch (PATENT PENDING) has been designed to be a multifunctional tool, offering you a;

  • Winch to lift your dropped bike
  • Axle wheel nut spanner set
  • Bead breaker to separate tyre from rim
  • Tyre spoon set to remove / mount tyre from / on rim
  • Service jack for general maintenance (chain lube, brakes, etc.)

Although initially designed for lifting the heavier dual sports bikes, the MotoWinch will lift most motorbikes without hurting your back, shoulders or knees. From unpacking the MotoWinch until having the bike back on its wheels will only take a few minutes.

 

Because of its multifunctional charakter, it will save you packing volume, weight and money on tools that you need anyway for your adventure trip or holiday.

 

The MotoWinch provides you with autonomy again to go on weekend trips or adventurous holiday away from the beaten track. No more fear of dropping your bike and having to wait until helping hands pass by.

 

Checkout what the MotoWinch has to offer you HERE  


NOTE; the MotoWinch is a great tool but it is not a substitute for common sense and safe  riding!