Your dual sport and adventure riding takes you both on and off road, making an adjustable handle bar ideal. Rox Risers allow you to pivot the handle bar forward and back to fit your preferred riding position, which takes the pressure off your wrists, elbows and shoulders. The beauty of this design is that the adjustability is a solution that works for everyone. If you haven’t ridden a bike with elevated bars you may not be aware of how much the upright position relieves strain on your lower back.
These risers were engineered and tested to ensure their strength and durability. Machined from billet 6061 T6 aluminum, the two piece design makes it compatible with a wide array of adventure bikes.
The Rox Universal Handlebar Riser works with the BMW GS, the Suzuki V-Stroms, as well as XR650Ls, KLRs, and DR-Zs. Before installing, make sure your bike has enough cable and brake line length to accommodate the new handle bar position.
- Lifetime Warranty
- Made in the USA
- 2" (51mm) Center-to-Center Rise
- Pivots Backward/Forward based on Rider Preference
- 7/8" Stem (22mm)
- Accepts 7/8" Handlebar (22mm)
- These risers will mount on virtually any machine that has a stock 7/8" handlebar and open mounting area. Just check your cable length. Here’s a very partial list of the bikes these risers will mount on:
- BMW: G650, F650GS, F700GS, 1100GS, 1150GS, R1200R (2007-2010), F800ST
- Ducati: Multistrada (up to 2009)
- Honda: CB300, CB500, CB1000, CB1100, CRF450, Grom, NC700, XR650
- Kawasaki: KLR650, Versys 650
- Suzuki: DL1000 Vstrom, DL650 Vstrom, DR650, DRZ400, DRZ650
- Triumph: Scrambler, Speed Triple (up to 2007), Tiger 1050
- Yamaha: FZ1, FZ6, FZ8, TW200
- and many many more....
- Always check and confirm that your machine has adequate cable and brake line length before installing handlebar risers.
Full range of adjustment allows the rider to find their own individual bar position. Designed, Manufactured, and Assembled in the USA. Make your machine fit YOU, not the other way around. A more comfortable ride means a longer ride—and who doesn’t want that? More questions? Just call us at 218-326-1794 or send us a message here. Patented by the US Patent and Trademark Office under US Patent #6,920,806.