I'm a long time rider but these days just commute 30 minutes to work. I do dirt bike every weekend. Occasionally, I like to go on multiple day street bike trips and am having issues with bad throttle arm cramp after maybe 100 miles. I have had some injuries in this area and am 62 so that does not help. I tend towards somewhat twisty mountain roads so there is frequent need to adjust speed and I can't see electronic cruise control working. I have a Cramp Buster and when placed in the standard position it helps but it is also kind of dangerous. As I push on the handlebar to go right, I also push down on the Cramp Buster which adds acceleration and tends to make me run wide. To get around this problem I slide it all the way on and use it sort of like a thumb throttle but it does not help that much. I had an old style clamp type assist on another bike but it was always too tight or too loose so the throttle would close. Can assists like the Throttlemeister be adjusted for constant tension so the throttle stays where you put it yet is still easy to move? Are there any other suggestions? A long time ago, I had a bike with a throttle like a lawn mower. At least that is the way I remember it. It would stay where ever you set it..probably a 1973 FLH. Something like that might be good.