The arc lever is a simple concept that is not new to motorcycling. These work on all brand trials bikes. The lever has two pin locations. you simply switch out the pin from your old levers and install the pin in the proper location on your new ARC lever. The levers have a pivot that is spring loaded so the blade can move when contacted just like a footpeg or shift lever. They also have an adjustable stop that allows the blade to be positioned in accordance to hand size. They are made from billet 6061-t6 aluminum, (the most malleable of the aluminum family), on cnc machines for precision and cool factor. These are factory parts at production prices that everyone has access to. Don't let a broken lever end your day.
Yes, these are a little pricey but so is going through a few non-folding every season. It's hard to finish a trial without a clutch lever too. Strong with a good feel, have not broke one yet - I will get one for the front brake too.