that the Click Whip stands straight up. When you are riding it
stays almost straight up for your safety.
The Click Whip is the only whip that you
NEVER have to use tools to remove
The Click Whip flag is made from 18 mil nylon
reinforced banner material, not thin plastic that is gone in two rides
The Click Whip fiberglass shaft is strong
enough to hold the flag up where it belongs for your safety. Most whips
are .250" ours is .333".
The Click Whip Pat Pending quick disconnect
is made from brass and stainless steel so it holds up to sand, aluminum
disconnects bind up so you need tools when you get sand in them, plain
steel rusts. The base bolt is made from high carbon steel, then it is
hardened to hammerhead hardness before being electronickel platted for
the nickel fittings or gold zink platted for the brass fittings. If
you plan on using your quick disconnect fittings under water, there
is a brass base bolt available.
The Click Whip disconnect can be connected
to a wall mount base on the side of your trailer so your flags are out
of your way, take them off your bike and click them to the wall holder
and never leave your flags at home again
The Click Whip base rotates so the flag stays
completely visible at all times for your safety, no more tangled flags
The Click Whip can have a light on the top
for riding at night, see Whip
Light (no wiring necessary)
If you break the fiberglass rod it is easy to replace
in the Click Whip mounting, just loosen the bullet compression
fitting, remove the broken piece with your fingers, clean up the shaft
end and slide back into the bullet compression fitting, tighten it up,
and off you go.
This is what the Click Whip looks like on your bike.
This is what is left on your bike when you remove the
Click Whip and put it away in your trailer. One click and off
it comes, no tools ever.
This is my trailer where all six of my Click Whips
are stored on the wall out of my way. The wall mount units are available
for 2 to 6 Click Whips.
Last updated 01/06/10