Grip Ace Digital Switches control AFT Customs LA Calendar Best in Show Winner

Digital Motorcycle Switch System allows riders to control all motorcycle switch functions with clean handlebars.

Long Beach, CA July 16th 2011 - Celebrity builders Jim Guiffra and the Spokesmodels of AFT Customs took Best of Show in the 2011 Calendar Bike Building Championship at this year's 20th anniversary of the LA Calendar Motorcycle Show held at the Queen Mary in Long Beach. The winning bike named "Sentoh" was a beautiful Retro Modified 1970 Honda CB750 named "Sentoh" featuring GRIP ACE™ digital switches hidden in the left hand grip to give the bike a clean, uncluttered look on the handlbars with no visible switches or wiring. This marked AFT's 5th consecutive Class and Best of Show wins at the LA Calendar Show with customized Japanese metric bikes using GRIP ACE™ Digital Switches. Each of AFT's winning bikes have gone on to be featured in magazines and the Motorcycle PinUp Calendars sold worldwide.

The multi patented Grip Ace™ digital switch system adds self canceling turn signals and hazards lights to motorcycles not equipped with such functions. The riding safety for many riders will be increased because the rider maintains positive control of the motorcycle while activating the starter, turn signals, horn and hi/lo beams switches. In addition to these standard functions, the system can be programmed to control accessories like air ride systems, L.E.D lights, ETC. Ideal for the tech minded, button pushing generation. The GRIP ACE™ digital switch system retails for $369.00

For more details please visit GRIP ACE™ website and get your incredible system today. Grip Ace Industries LLC, Suite 200, 8200 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA 90211 USA.

AFT Customs's Retro Modified 1970 Honda CB750 named "Sentoh" features uncluttered handlebars with GRIP ACE™ digital switches hidden in the left hand grip.
Jim Giuffra (yellow short) and the Spokesmodels of with their GripAce equipped Best of Show winner "Senthoh" are congratulated by Jim Gianatsis, Calendar Show producer and photographer.