ChainBath could make the messy job of cleaning your motorcycle chain easy, either with or without a paddock stand.
Canadian inventor Daniel Chiriac, 45, has a patent pending on his ChainBath device which he now plans to licence and produce.
The brilliance of this simple device that sets it apart from others is that it can be used with or without a paddock stand, you won’t get your hands dirty and it is light and portable so you can take it with you on a long trip.
“I found chain maintenance on my Kawasaki Versys was killing the fun of riding and I hated it,” Daniel tells us.
“That’s why I designed the ChainBath to make chain cleaning easy, fast, mess-free and environmentally friendly.”
Daniel is looking for a company to license it.
In the meantime, he has kick-started a Kickstarter funding campaign to get the project up and running. Click here to check it out.
“I’ve always wanted to ride a motorcycle and finally in 2010 I got my licence and my first bike, a new 2009 Kawasaki Versys 650.”
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