New Motorcycle Accessory Simplifies Riding for Walking Cane Users

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Mobility impaired can now carry cane on motorcycle with ease and efficiency.

Al and Wanda Lambeth, co-founders of Cool Canes Inc. announced the availability of an innovative accessory that will liberate motorcycle owners who also use a walking cane. Their on-line shopping site featuring uniquely designed canes now also offers the new Cool Cane Motorcycle Mount.

Cool Canes Inc. was formed by custom motorcycle fabricators, Al and Wanda Lambeth, to address the need for canes with non-clinical appearance to suite the biker culture. A natural offshoot of these unique walking canes was to design a mount for a walking cane, based on numerous requests from their biker clientele. Traditionally, various methods for carrying a cane on a bike including strapping with Velcro, belts or bungee cords – these continually proved to be dangerous, unattractive and cumbersome. The new Cool Cane Motorcycle Mount is designed to attach to the front fork of the motorcycle, blending in and creating an easy-access accessory that is easy to install and attractive.

Currently this patent-pending new product is available in 3 sizes that encompass the majority of front-end styles of typical custom designed or Harley Davidson motorcycles. Additional sizes will become available as demand increases from various bike style owners. The cane mount is crafted from high grade billet aluminum and comes with polished mounting brackets, a sturdy cane tube, safety strap, allan wrench and complete instructions for installation. It is an original mount, easy to install, attractive and has exceptionally high ‘Made in North America’ quality.

This innovative invention is a breath of fresh air for cane users who also ride a motorcycle. Whether someone is looking for an efficient and attractive accessory for their own use or a truly unique gift for Christmas or other celebration, they are sure to find what they are looking for at

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