Kessler KillShock ATP – Electric Bike Rigging Made Easy

December 23rd, 2019
Kessler KillShock ATP - Electric Bike Rigging Made Easy

Kessler is well-known for making innovative products, and they just released a new plate to mount a camera rig onto an electric bike: the Kessler KillShock ATP. Let’s take a closer look at it!

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Image credit: Kessler

Kessler KillShock ATP

A couple of weeks after the release of the Kessler KillShock Mini, Kessler has just introduced a new all-terrain plate and Isolator system designed specifically for electric bikes, the Kessler KillShock ATP. Indeed, two versions are available:

  • The Kessler Killshock ATP: this is just the plate if you want to mount your camera/gimbal/tripod head directly on top of it
  • Or you can get the version with the Isolator system if you need further stabilization. It comes standard with six Red Medium Duty shock modules. Other modules are available separately.
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On the left is the Kessler KillShock ATP, and the Kessler KillShock ATP + Isolator system is on the right. Image credit: Kessler

This system is compatible with all RadPower electric bikes. You can choose to mount it either on the front or rear racks, or both if you need it.

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The ATP plate is compatible with all RadPower electric bikes. Image credit: Kessler

The ATP Plate features a lot of mounting holes for MoVi “Toad In The Hole” quick-release system, Ronin 2 Universal mount, Ronin S Universal mount, 1/4-20 and 3/8-16 tapped and pass-through holes, Kessler Kwik Release Receiver, Kessler HD Angle Plate and much much more.

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Image credit: Chris Ray

The Kessler ATP has already been out in the wild for a couple of weeks and filmmaker Chris Ray – a specialist in creating incredible skateboarding footage – already “moded” his RadPower bike. I can’t wait to see footage coming out of this unique-looking rig.

Pricing and Availability

The Kessler KillShock ATP retails for $250.00, while the Isolator version is $725.00. Included in both kits are all the screws and bolts to mount it easily on your bike. These products are available now on Kessler’s website.

What do you think of these mounting plates? Did you ever shot some footage using an electric bike? Let us know in the comments below!

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Hi Jeff, are there any discount vouchers available for the Isolator version?

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