Trackside Grip Heaters

There's nothing like frosty mitts to take the fun out of a cold-weather ride.

Get some Trackside Grip Heaters and keep those hands toasty all winter!


  • One warmer per grip
  • Convenient on-off switch
  • Self-adhesive pads for easy application
  • Warmers fit under any grips
Fitment Notes & Exceptions
This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.
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Could these grips be installed onto the passenger grips of the K 1600 GTL? I am looking for the solution of adding after market passenger heated grips to my bike. Thank you
Raul R on May 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: These are a great choice for your bike. I chose these because I could use the grips of my choice. Most heated grips have hard grips and I like having choices for the grips. Plus if you want to change grips for comfort or cosmetic reasons, it is easy with these. I read a LOT of reviews for this product and other heated grips and some reviewers had really useful tips. Here are a few: 1. When you attach the heating elements to the handlebar use a small zip tie to secure the wires to the element. The wires are quite delicate and can break with repeated movement. 2. Use a relay. They are available for $5 many places. 3. Wrap the left bar with electrical tape. The metal handlebar or clip on will radiate some of the heat away. On the right side the throttle tube tends to insulate the element so you get more heat on that side. 4. Don't use the resistor for low setting. Many reviewers reported high heat. Possibility of burns or fire? This method increases circuit resistance to reduce wattage to the heating elements. The best method is to wire the low circuit from the 12V+ through the switch and a simple turn signal flasher like a # 552 two terminal flasher. The flasher is a temperature controlled relay so it runs cooler. Installing a relay will better protect the circuits on your bike. Using the flasher instead of the resistor will actually be safer. I just installed a second set on a Honda Silverwing Interstate. The first set was on my wife's Honda CB-1. On both bikes the high setting gets too hot after a while, even below 40F. For tricks, and to know if the heaters were on or off, I added an LED light. When on steady, the heaters are on high. When flashing, the heaters are on low. This installation method makes these heaters reliable. On both bikes, the heaters warm best as you go down the road and the alternator is putting out more watts. Your bike is a great candidate for a really clean installation. Use these tips and your imagination.
What is the current draw on low and high?
What size fuse is needed to place inline?
A shopper on Jan 17, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I used a 10Amp fuse for both installations. The first bike only had a 300 watt alternator and the grips always worked well and there was never any worry about not enough battery power. Just don't turn them on if the engine isn't running. The best installation is with a relay for high, and #552 flasher for low and not use the resistor.
Product Style Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Trackside Grip Heaters 1127297 12-170/ In Stock: Ships within 24 hours