Triumph Motorcycle Throttle Lock

Triumph Scrambler, Bonneville

Triumph Scrambler Throttle Lock Triumph Bonneville Throttle Lock

Customer Reviews

Angie N, 2014 Triumph Tiger 800XC - The installation time took maybe 20 minutes, finding the right friction pad and [positioning] the button actuator into the most ergonomic position took the most time, but overall, installation is incredibly easy. I have used my throttle lock for the last 5 months and have been very pleased with the small size and ease of use. I would recommend this for anyone not wanting a bulky throttle lock on the end of their bar. The button to set the lock can be a bit stiff at first but after using it awhile it loosens up and is easier to set. I am really happy with deciding to get an ATLAS over the other brands available. The design is innovative and the craftsmanship is superb.

Tom R., 2012 Triumph Tiger 800XC - Works great. Easy to use once you get accustomed to the correct angles and forces needed to engage it. Plus it's easy to make minor throttle changes while engaged.

Luiz C., 2015 Triumph Bonneville t100 - Very easy to install! Didn’t need to change anything to install. Works just perfect.

Triumph Bonneville with the ATLAS Throttle LockTriumph Bonneville Throttle GripTriumph Bonneville with the ATLAS Throttle Lock mounted


Clamp arm: Large Clamp arm

Channel: 1st Channel

Friction Pad: Medium or Large Friction Pad

Explanation of Install

The ATLAS Throttle Lock works perfectly with nearly all Triumph motorcycles.

For the Bonneville and Scrambler throttle sleeves, you will need to roll the rubber grip flange back to expose the plastic throttle sleeve flange. These images show how the ATLAS mounts next to the plastic flange.

Adhere either the medium or thicker friction pad. The thicker friction pad is preferred, but if it's too tight, use the medium pad. Don't adhere the friction pads while you're testing fitment.

Do you still have a question about installation? Drop us a line. Include your bike's year, make and model. Thanks!