Rox 2 Pivot Risers for 7/8 Handlebars
Nice option for getting handlebars where you want them
These are very well made. They go on your stock bar mounts & allow you to move your handlebars where you like. This is much better than a fixed riser, which may or may not work for you & is not adjustable. The only downside is you can only pivot them to a point where you can still tighten the lower mounts. You will not be able to torque the lower mounts, but anyone handy ought to be able to handle it.
August 6, 2016
For $80, you can't beat the increased comfort that a set of risers will provide. The Rox risers are beautifully milled from aluminum, and allow adjustability to get the fit just right. I'm sold on these.
August 2, 2016
Perfect for my ride.
To install on my R1150GS I didn't have to replace any wires/cables, I did have to cut and replace a couple zip ties. No big deal. You do have to plan the positioning around the lower bolts as the top of the unit can and will obscure them. Tighten either the top or bottom bolts on the stock clamp depending on what position the risers are in, then rotate into place and tighten the remaining bolts. You will not be able to tighten all 4 of the stock bolts at the same time because the risers will be in the way of one set. This will be apparent when you get them on and see the position. Plan accordingly.
I like the ability to not only add height to my bars but also reach. Just that small adjustment makes a huge difference in positioning and how my body feels after a long ride.
I'd recommend to all unless you're not mechanically inclined, in which case you're going to have some issues installing them. If you're handy, not a problem. They're just not "plug & play. Well worth the time and money. Great product.
July 22, 2016
Work as advertised
work well. had to retighten after some off roading. i am 6'2" with long torso could have gone another inch or two taller for standing on my vstrom
July 16, 2016
2 birds 1 rox
Went on pretty easy, keeping the bars square was the toughest part, just marked seam of original clamps before removing and used that as a reference point. Have tweaked them a few times to fine tune and they tighen up just as well as the 1st time. Quality made.
April 26, 2016
Great once it's on. Some installation challenges.
I installed these on my 2003 BMW F650 GS. I did need to purchase a longer front brake cable. The installation process is pretty straight forward once you have your cables and electric routing worked out. The only annoyance with the Rox Risers is the position of the bolts. At least with my handlebars, once they're in place where you want them, it's nearly impossible to access the bolts to tighten them down. I ended up sawing off the short end of a hex wrench to get it to fit into the tight space. I'm keeping that tool in my kit, as I won't be able to make adjustments to the position without it.
As for functionality, they're great! The pivoting plus the rise gives you a wide range to find your perfect placement, and makes stand-up time much more comfortable - not to mention better bike control.
March 31, 2016
Remote feel after installing
I installed these on an F650GS inline twin. Upon installing them I felt a disconnect on the bike. I felt the bars were misaligned or something, yet when I removed these the bars felt fine, not remote or twisted, just still too far away from me. (Short arms :-) )
I tried multiple times to re-install them and align them but it always felt "off" to me. I purchased a product later for another bike called PowerMadd 45430 PowerRiser 475 - 2" Tall X 4.75" Wide, 7/8" bars to 7/8" bars. They are a solid riser and not separate like the Rox. Sooo much better. I don't think Revzilla has them but if they did, I'd have bought them from Revzilla. Hopefully they'll read this and perhaps they will.
March 28, 2016
Quick way to add comfort to your stance.
Worth the money! It is worth noting that I had to cut a few of the factory zip-ties in order to make the handlebars reach their new position.
Would have given it 5 stars except for how the bars have to be tightened. Its a little strange and left me wondering if the bars would be tight enough. Hope Rox comes up with a design fix for this to give it's customers a warm fuzzy. To be fair they haven't moved after a few weeks of city driving.
Worth the purchase!
February 23, 2016