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Rox 2" Pivot Risers for 7/8" Handlebars

2" Rise x 7/8" Stem Clamp x 7/8" Handlebar

A great bar position solution and common choice for the XR650L, Suzuki V-Strom, BMW GS 1150, GS 1100, F650GS Twin and Dakar, KLR, DR-Z and many more. Also a popular riser for anyone growing out of their current trail bike, from Honda CRF70's to Yamaha TTR125's and everything in between. 

Features:

  • Risers are held by original clamps and re-clamp the handlebars 2 inches higher
  • Rox out-board positioning makes the risers incredibly durable
  • Can be pivoted to desire fore and aft location for ideal riding position
  • Made in the USA
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Fitment Notes & Exceptions

This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.

  • For use with the BMW F650GS Twins and G650GS Twins, a longer brake line will be needed
  • Always check and confirm that your bike has adequate cable and brakeline length before installing any handlebar risers
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Rox 2 Pivot Risers for 7/8 Handlebars 4.8 5 37 37
Great product. Great product. I did not rate "ease of install" because I had some one else do that for me. As well, I haven't rated "durability" since they are only 90 days old, but so far, so good! May 19, 2015
excellent quality easy installation quality product easy to install I like the fact that you can adjust the angle of the bars. April 27, 2015
Save my vstrom from being sold I have a 2006 vstrom 650 and my first trip over a hundred miles felt like I had a knife in between my shoulder blades and my spine. I googled my issue and everybody seems to recommend these. I just installed them today...Problem Solved! No more upper back pain because I am sitting upright more. I am 5'11" 190 lbs if this helps anything. As for the install, it is pretty easy you will need to move some cables around. The front brake line mount by the forks needed to be moved as well as the left hand side electrical will need to be not connected to the handlebar. I ground off a 6 mm allen wrench to tighten up the bar clamps to new risors. It is a very tight fit.but works well. If your upper or lower back is sore this will fix it. -nate March 12, 2015
Best comfort bang for you buck An easy install that takes about 20 minutes and helps with posture and overall comfort. My commute from LA to Irvine is that much more fun and easy going. Revzilla delivered just like they always do too...fast and accurately. Consistently happy customer here. October 14, 2014
Best ergonomic mod for a tall rider Purchased for my 2014 KLR650. I am 6.5ft and ride a lot of fire roads and jeep trails. Standing on the pegs has become effortless and I find myself standing up even on pavement, just because I can. Installation required removing the tank to get every bit of cable slack. At 2" the risers will take up some cable when going lock to lock on the handlebars. I also moved my clutch cable from between the water pump hoses and routed it above. October 7, 2014
Fits the DRZ400S with a slight mod for the ignition key I bought the 2" risers to enable standing up on my pegs during the rough stuff. Given my height of 6'2" on the stock DRZ400S, I found myself too hunched over when trying to stand on the pegs. These risers make a noticeable difference. To install them, I chose to leave the ignition key down at the original base, as it keeps it less intrusive and flush with the instrument panel. But to make it fit, I had to cut a notch out of the stock mounting plate for the ignition key. Overall, it was fairly easy, and with the 2" risers everything still fits, although with a bit more of a stretch for the various cables. Because of the ignition key plate clearance, the left riser is not able to slide all the way under the original handlebar clamp, short by about 1/8" (see the attached photos). But this still should be sufficiently secure. Separately, I don't think I would try to go with risers any taller though, as this may be too much for the brake, clutch, and electrical cable lengths. After a couple of rides off road, I have been happy with the new setup. September 4, 2014
Worked perfectly and is made very well The product seems to be made well and was easy to install. The 2 inches made a huge difference in ride comfort. I recommend this product to any one who is long wasted like me :-) September 1, 2014
Big Difference Installed these on my KLR 650 with out a problem. makes standing and riding much more comfortable. very easy to adjust. Would recommend to anyone with same bike. Quality product also. they look great! August 18, 2014
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Rox 2" Pivot Risers for 7/8" Handlebars
Already Asked: 10 Questions, 73 Answers
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Annette S: So I can adjust the handlebars as I realize what I want. I wasn't sure enough to buy one that only had one option. May 24, 2015
Bruce B: needed some adjust-ability on my handlebars May 20, 2015
Kelly R: I need to adjust the position of my handle bars to increase comfort and this appears to be the best solution. May 8, 2015
John M: Wanted a more vertical position on my Vstrom when touring. Apr 15, 2015
Kevin H: To allow a more upright riding position on BMW F800ST. Apr 6, 2015
Stephen F: Highest I could go on my DRZ400S without extending the cables. Mar 3, 2015
riley s: Good review on NC700 forum. Feb 16, 2015
Gene P: I read the positive reviews on a Honda NC700X web page. Jan 18, 2015
Val A: To relieve my back ache while standing on the begs. I'm taller, and they seem to be the ticket Jan 10, 2015
Denis H: Quality product with a solid reputation. Does what it says it will and does it well. Jan 6, 2015
Dave R: Wanted to raise handlebars. Returned. Was not sure my cables and brake hoses could be stretched that far. Didn't want to remove from the packaging. Jan 3, 2015
Thomas D: Reduce stress on arms when riding. Enable clearance for VStream windshield & Barkbusters. Dec 22, 2014
Larry P: Reviews convinced me they would work and they did. They really helped me achieve a comfortable riding position on my '92 BMW "Bumblebee" Dec 11, 2014
jason a: needed some extra comfort...they are awesome!! Nov 28, 2014
Joseph G: Simple solution to a rider position problem Nov 8, 2014
Wesley R: Recommended by dealer Oct 22, 2014
Scott S: Good reviews. Need something to relieve shoulder pain from handlebar reach. Oct 19, 2014
Grace O: My husband needed bar risers for his VStrom and these were the best reviewed and Revzilla has the best price! Sep 5, 2014
Robert T: One of the best mods I did to my bike, I plan on purchaseing a 2015 BMW GSAW and it will be one of the first mods I do. They are infinitly adjustable and look great also Aug 31, 2014
Tim G: I needed to move the handlebars on my Suzuki DRZ400s higher and farther foreword and this looked to be my best option. Jul 12, 2014
david d: The comfort level is below par on my V Strom 650/1000. Reading the reviews I decided to give them a try and hoping for improved riding comfort for hours of use on my bikes :)

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Jul 8, 2014
Dean A: Rox risers are the best invention for any off tar experience, get a set you will never look back
no more bending over when standing up !
Jul 7, 2014
Gary S: I put these on my Triumph Tiger as the stock bars are a bit low and too far forward. With Rox Risers I get a little height and can rotate the bars back a bit. Works great! Jun 25, 2014
Ravi S: handle risers for better ergonomics. Need to rise my handlebars for offroad riding Jun 23, 2014
Allie W: Needed to adjust my arm reach and comfort Jun 19, 2014
M A: Looking for more comfort on a longer ride by reducing arm and shoulder fatigue. Jun 17, 2014
Phil F: To be installed on a 2011 650 V strom to give a more upright riding position. Jun 9, 2014
Jeffrey B: quality CNC May 23, 2014
David L: Risers really improve riding position. I liked this Rox model because it can be adjusted in two dimensions. May 15, 2014
Arron C: Recommended by a mate to help make my bike a perfect fit. May 14, 2014
Seth B: Very adjustable and well made product at a good price. Made a huge difference in comfort for riding long distance for me. No more back fatigue or hands falling asleep. May 4, 2014
Mark P: Wanted option of bringing bars closer for better riding position Apr 7, 2014
william w: need to raise bars on Honda XR650L Feb 2, 2014
Brady M: To get a more upright ride on my Honda CRF250L...Recommended on ThumperTalk Jan 19, 2014
David P: I purchased the Rox 2 inch Pivoting risers based solely on good reviews. . Dec 6, 2013
David T: I'm 6'3" so it's hard to control my throttle and braking while standing. These are supposed to fit my KLR (fingers crossed).
UPDATE: Yes, they fit the KLR. As always these risers need to be fiddled with to get the optimum height, forward/backward position, and cable arrangement. Good quality stuff.
Nov 20, 2013
Deborah M: Several people with my bike type, a 2012 Honda NC 700X, recommended them. I need to be able to pull my handlebar back towards me just a tiny bit and they all said these would do the trick. I'll let you know after I install them. Oct 7, 2013
Thomas B: friend recommendation to adjust bars for more comfort on longer rides Sep 13, 2013
fernando a: more confort Aug 20, 2013
A shopper asked: Anyone try these risers on a 2013 Husqvarna TR650 Terra? Is a 2 inch too much/perfect/too short? Oct 26, 2013
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Allie W: I use these on my V-strom, 2" is perfect for me. Did not have to get longer cables or hoses. They move enough to adjust to your preferences. Easy to install. Would recommend to get that perfect fit, which is so important. Oct 28, 2013
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Heidi G asked: Will this fit my bmw f700gs? Sep 14, 2013
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Michael S: I can not say for sure about your bike. I installed mine on a Suzuki sv650. But as long as your bike has 7/8ths inch handlebars they should work. For me it was a risk when I purchased them as I was afraid they would look odd, but they are well made and look nice The adjustability they gave me and added comfort was well worth it. I wish I had purchased them sooner instead of living with the discomfort. Mike Sep 15, 2013
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BILL R: Heidi,
Short answer: I don't know. I have a BMW1200gs and it takes a larger diameter. I learned it depends upon the year and model of your bike, as well as the make. To be sure Google those 3 bits of info and the word "risers" and this will get you to the product you need. And the info accompanying your riser ad should also state (somewhere) that if fits your bmw, the year, and the model.
Sep 15, 2013
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Heidi G: Thanks Bill. The problem that I am finding is that my 2013 BMW f700gs is very new and parts are listed only for the f650gs and the f800gs. The f700gs has replaced the f700gs and not all parts are interchangeable. I believe that the bar diameter is 7/8. Sep 15, 2013
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Christopher R: Yes, BMW F700GS handlebar diameter is 7/8". I do not have firsthand experience with your bike but various threads indicate the 2" riser can be used with stock clutch cable and brake lines. Sep 16, 2013
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john M: I do not know . I would have to measure the handle bar. I do know it made a world of difference
when I put them when I put them on my vstrom.
Sep 15, 2013
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Michael M: Heidi,
I am not sure, mine fit great but I own a Vstrom. I would think if the bars are 7/8 inch there would be no problem.
Sep 15, 2013
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Heidi G: Thanks Michael...
Anyone out there has put these risers on their 2013 f700gs??
Sep 15, 2013
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Stephen L: Yes (for future viewers). I just installed them on my F7 and love them. Feb 27, 2014
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Mark F: They will a 2013. Sep 15, 2013
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Heidi G: Thanks Mark! Sep 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi, I'm thinking about buying this product for 2012 v-strom 650 with ABS. The bike as been lowered in the front by 3/4 in. What I'd like to know is whether I have to lengthen the cables? Thanks. May 10, 2014
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Tim G: The only way I know to be sure is to loosen the handlebar mounts and lift the bars up to see if you can get the 2" rise. You can use a block of wood to hold the bars in place to get a better look at the cable length Sometimes you can reroute the cables to gain added length if needed, but be careful and make sure the cables don't bind when turning the handlebars. Have a friend help you hold the bars in place as you check the cables. I hope this helps. May 10, 2014
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Allie W: I used these on my 2012 v strom 1000 and did not have to lengthen the cables, but it was close. Some minor adjustments to the controls and I removed a bracket holding the clutch cable to give it some room to move. So far after a year working fine. May 10, 2014
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Pete S: I got these for my 2012 DL1000 and they will not work unless I get longer cables and break lines so I would think you have the same problem even more so with ABS.

Pete
May 11, 2014
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a r: I did not on my 2007 V Strom 650.
They had enough slack.
May 10, 2014
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John r: No problem on a BMW 1150 GS. May 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: Just want to make sure this will fit my BMW F800ST? The Rox site doesn't have my bike listed, which makes me want to double check.

Thanks
Apr 23, 2015
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Aaron J: just hold a tape measure over your handlebars and if the bar measures one eighth of an inch (two of the smallest increments on the tape measure) shorter than an inch you have 7/8" bars... Apr 25, 2015
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jeff b: if your bars are 7/8 or 1 inch they will fit, but there is no way to know ahead if your cables will be long enough. Apr 23, 2015
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fernando a: Not familiar with your bike but should fit Apr 24, 2015
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fernando a: Not sure sorry
Apr 23, 2015
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A shopper asked: Tried to install and cables were to short. Goggle searched showed an "install kit" from Alt rider. What do I need to complete the install?
Riding a Yamaha ST 2012
Apr 7, 2014
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Brendan M: I had to adjust some of the mounting points on my fz6 and change the route the brake line followed. That said, there was a reasonable amount of slack in the lines to start. The install instructions did recommend conidering the slack in the cables prior to install.

I am hoping to replace them with custom speigler lines this summer to address the slightly tight cabling.

You may also want to try fiddling with the risers and bars to see if there is a way to move the positions around to get enough slack.

Otherwise i am afraid you will likely be going the custom line route same as me.
Apr 7, 2014
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Tim G: In some cases you can reroute cables to make them work, this can require removing the fuel tank, removing the cables from the throttle, clutch, and front brake and then route the cables in the most effective way to get the most length. This worked for me. Good Luck. Apr 8, 2014
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Dave S: Contact Speigler and order a front brake line 4" longer than stock. Apr 12, 2014
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Francisco Ramon H: You need a 2 inch longer line Apr 7, 2014
A shopper asked: Will I have to get longer cables to install this raiser on 2013 800GS ?? Nov 17, 2013
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John r: I installed on 2004 R1150GS without changing brake line/clutch line/cables. Not sure about your 2013 800 GS. I would recommend you contact RoxSpeed directly. They are very knowledgeable and helpful with fitment information.

We can be reached via email at:

sales at roxspeedfx dot com for product availability, shipping, etc.
tech at roxspeedfx dot com for tech question’s only

by telephone at 218-326-1794, or by
fax at 218-327-1006 (8 AM and 4:30 PM CST)
Nov 17, 2013
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fernando a: Yes he might have to. To get the full hight might have to change front brake hydraulic line also clutch . I would check all cables and wires for max extension before purchase.
Nov 18, 2013
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Bob E: I used them on a Suzuki VStrom, I didn't need longer cables. I would be guessing on your application, but I would think there would not be an issue.
Hope this helps, Bob
Nov 18, 2013
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Mark B: I haven't taken the time to install mine yet. But from what I understand the F650GS cables will work fine. Nov 17, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will this fit a 2010 BMW r1200gs? Sep 2, 2013
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John r: I bought this model and installed on my R1150GS. It fit great and works well. I had to re-route cables former going down and under the front of the bars to the back.

I am not sure, but I think there is a specific model for the R1200GS - not the same as the one for the R1150GS.
Sep 11, 2013
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Dan M: I have no idea if the R1200GS bars are the same clamp diameter as my R1150GS. They do fit my bike. I'd suggest measuring the bars near the clamps to make sure they're 7/8". Sep 11, 2013
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Aaron J: if they are 7/8" they will fit. Hold a tape measure over the bars and eyeball the measurement. if not fo to harbor freight and buy and cheap caliper gauge. Sep 11, 2013
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kevin g: They will fit any 7/8 bars as longs as your cables are long enough Sep 11, 2013
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Keith P asked: I have a 2014 Yamaha Bolt R-Spec, I like the reviews on the Rox 2" risers but I need to know if they will fit the Bolt and if so, will all the lines reach or will they have to be replaced with longer lines? Thanks Nov 4, 2014
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Annette S: Hey Keith, on my 05 vstrom, I did have to get new cables because I was bringing back the bars at least an inch along with the rise. At first it looked fine & I was leaving the shop.... then went lock to lock & quickly found a problem when the engine revved. Nov 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will this fit my 2009 KLR650? May 10, 2013
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RevZilla: Yes, these will fit on any generation KLR650, or any bike with 7/8" standard handlebars. However, you must consider the length of your cables and any fairing interference. May 17, 2013
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