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So if you go to this website there's a list of wrist supports for wrist fatigue.

http://motorcycle.motorcycle-superstore.com/search#w=wrist


I'm debating which to get before my big trip. I will be attempting to wear gloves with this also. So I don't know which will fit.

My question is: Have any of you used or know someone who has used one of these? And if so.... any recommended one? I get massive pain in my right wrist when riding. Hoping one of these might help just a little.
 

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So if you go to this website there's a list of wrist supports for wrist fatigue.

http://motorcycle.motorcycle-superstore.com/search#w=wrist


I'm debating which to get before my big trip. I will be attempting to wear gloves with this also. So I don't know which will fit.

My question is: Have any of you used or know someone who has used one of these? And if so.... any recommended one? I get massive pain in my right wrist when riding. Hoping one of these might help just a little.
I just got back from a 2,000 mile trip and I used the Crampbuster. Would not have been able to do half that without it. Your wrist rests on the paddle so you dont have to "grip" the trottle.
 

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I got the cramp busters.

Use the wrist guards for inline skaters. You don't have to grip the throttle like a bat.

In fact, you should grip the throttle with the ulnar side of the wrist out and the radial forearm side at an obtuse angle.

Also don't rest your weight on your wrists.

Use your legs to grip the saddle and keep your core (gut) muscles firm. Place your feet on the pegs like you are on tip toe but on the balls of the feet not the heel.

Takes awhile to get used to and you will experience less fatigue.

There are better ways to describe this. Mine isn't the only way.
 

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LIke roninmd said, you shouldn't be putting weight on your wrists. If your wrists are getting sore use it as a reminder to sit properly.
 
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