Riding on the back of a motorcycle can be a little awkward and scary at times. Grabbing onto the torso of the driver is the best option to stay on, but if you aren’t necessarily chummy with them, the back grab bar and hope you don’t fall off. New York product designer and motorcyclist Andrew Lewis decided that there needed to be an in between option, so he created the Moto-Grip.
This harness was created to give a little more peace of mind to passengers on motorcycles by providing a grip for them on the front and back of their driver. This harness has a break strength of 2,000 lbs and can handle a passenger of up to 300 lbs. There is also a Moto-Grip Jr. for children that will make sure if your child nods off, they won’t fall off the bike. These harnesses will cost $179.99 and $79.99 respectively.