My local MX club consists of a tight and technical supercross track. Constantly adjusting body positioning, short straights, whoops out of corners, etc. I ride an 08' RMZ250. Bike is awesome but I always seemed to have an issue with applying WOT. Straights are short so than you have to go from overgrip to re-adjusting constantly. On "real" mx tracks I didn't really ever have an issue. This would cause me to get way more armpump in my right hand, cause me to drop that elbow, just a mess. I know there is a nice write-up here about making your own quick throttle for much cheaper, but I opted for the G2 anyway. Install was simple enough, just had to trim 2 small tabs in the cable housing. Put on a new set of grips and to the track I went..... My pickup is in the body shop, so I'm using my old S10 Blazer with a hitch mounted carrier. Strap the bike down and to the track I go. Finally get about 2 blocks away from the track, when all a sudden.... BOOM. Bike FELL OFF! First, I'm thankful no one was behind me. Secondly, I'm thankful I was at slower speeds. My pride was hurt and my new grip I put on was torn. New $70 G2 throttle a tad scrapped up BUT it definitely passed the durability test! Bike received no other damage! Got to the track, gathered my thoughts, and was too embarassed to tell my buddies what happened Took about a lap to get use to the different throttle action, but wow, it helps alot. So for the carrier, I'm using 2 pull down tie straps at the bars and a fork support between front tire and fender. Maybe I can take a photo of the setup but what can I do to prevent THAT again!?