great idea.......I bought my adjustable OUTLAW RACING PASSENGER BELT HANDLES from Ebay for $23 about a month ago
+1Its best to teach your pillion to move with you and not the bike.
Grip your thighs with her knees,
left hand around your gut for accelaration
right hand in the middle of your back for braking.
* All Pillions must comply with the 55kg maximum policy
yeah your right about the handles on the one i bought......by adjustable ..i meant the size of the belt..handles cant be moved..seems to work well for my chic when shes on the back...she still tries to grab some of my fieldsheer jacket even while holding the handles.. admittedly cuz shes not yet 100% comfortable riding yet...will take a little more time...but the belt helps not only her..its alot better for me too when we ride double..That's what mine was based on. It looked like the handles were sewn into stitched loops and we didn't know what would end up being the best placement, so I made her an adjustable one. Yours has comfy grips though. How do you guys like it? My lady's goal was to take pressure off of her lower back and to have a more secure grip when accelerating, so these types of belts seemed like they'd do the job.
My next item on the list is the Corbin pillion seat for her, and the Zero Gravity Corsa screen for me. She's found gripping me with her thighs during braking to be very effective.