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What's a Tugger™, anyway?

If you don't have a Tugger, you are at a disadvantage!  Our Tuggers have been used at Erzberg, Paris-Dakar, Last Man Standing, 24 Hours of Glen Helen, the ISDE, Romaniacs, and by racers and trail riders all over the world.  The Tugger lift strap provides a convenient gripping point near the front or rear of your dirt bike. Most dirt bikes don't have a place to grab that won't toast your fingers or get your gloves all muddy. And sometimes you need to grab your bike in a hurry! No more groping for a place to grab—the Tugger is ready when you need it and stays out of the way when you don't. You will appreciate the Tugger™ on the trail when you need to maneuver it over a rock, around a tight switchback or get it out of a deep rut,and even just moving your bike around in the garage.   After riding with the Tugger™, you'll never want to ride without one again.  There are four styles of Tuggers available - download our application chart (Excel)  or application chart (.pdf file) to check which style you need.  Email us if you have questions.  Lost a part?  Check our our replacement parts page. Looking for a bargain?  Check out our discount page.

Can I customize it?

Sure. Our custom embroidery looks great! Like a personalized license plate, use our custom embroidery option to send a message to everyone who sees your bike. We have as much fun as our customers as we see some of the imaginative requests for custom embroidery. Keep 'em coming!  DISCLAIMER: We TRY to adjust the length of your custom Tugger so the embroidery is roughly centered.  Sometimes we get it wrong, and sometimes modifications like taller seats make it not centered.  If you want to make sure, email us the length between mounting bolts (center to center) that the Tugger will need to be.

What if I don't want custom embroidery?

No problem!  The webbing we use is custom manufactured for us and looks great.  The custom weave has a "TUGGER  TUGGER  TUGGER" pattern lightly woven into the webbing continuously, black on black.  (You can't tell it's there in the photos, but you can in real life.)  You won't be disappointed in the way your Tugger™ looks if you order a stealth (no embroidery) version.


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