Rox Low Pro 1 3/4 Pivot Risers
ROX Low Pro , High Satisfaction
fitted to my 2015 KTM Super Adventure perfectly.no need for extended cables or brake lines.instant improvement on the ergonomics of the bike, more room to move and way more comfortable for standing.5 star product.
January 26, 2016
Difficult to install
I'm pretty new to wrenching on my bike, which is a 2013 BMW F800GS, but i purchased this as is seems easy to install, and was adjustable. The issue is that once you install the riser, you can no longer get at the OEM bolt to tighten then. The instructions mention this and that you should be able to rotate the riser out of the way to tighten the bolts, which is fine, as long as you don't really want to adjust the angle of the riser and are ok with it being as far forward or rearward as the riser can go (riser bolts hit the handle bar mount), since you eventually at going to have to tighten them, irregardless of the angle. It took 2 hours to install, and involved a hammer and 2x4 board to release the riser to reinstall, then I adjusted it as far forward as I could, to get the tool in to tighten the OEM bolts.
I would of rather used the a puck/extender style riser in retrospect. This probably only applies to f800GS, it may not be a big deal on other style bikes.
January 20, 2016
These arrived quickly and were immediately installed on my KTM 1290SA. No problems, no hassle. I only wish you stocked them in orange!
August 24, 2015
This product does exactly what it needs to do--puts your bars exactly where they need with little effort or challenge. In some positions the bolts to tighten down the bars can be a bit challenging to access, but those are accessible. Just returned from 2000 miles off and on road, and the performed flawlessly and allowed me to have my bars exactly where I needed them.
August 9, 2015
Received these risers only a few days after placing the order. I was hoping to get them on my 2015 KTM Super Adventure before a recent trip, but KTM does not leave enough brake line for the quick installation so I had to unfortunately forego them. However, they are beautifully designed and finished risers and I still intend to use them after acquiring a longer brake line. A friend has a set of Rox on his 2014 Tiger Explorer and they seem to work very well.
August 2, 2015
2015 Kawasaki Versys 1000 LT
I installed the Rox Low Pros on my 2015 Versys 1000. With the pivot pitched full forward (toward screen) I have plenty of play in all the lines, cables and hoses. Overall, you usually can't beat Rox for quality and versatility.
In the case of this Low Pro model you should note that the bolts are a little too long and will abut with the factory clamp bolts. This may not be the case on all bikes and will be difficult to see during your installation, so I've provided a photo showing the issue in each of the white lined boxes. The abutment prevents the riser from pivoting to its fullest, either forward or backward. In addition I think there's a risk that you may not torque the bolts down sufficiently (safely!) because of the interference. My plan is to shoot up to the hardware store and get some shorter bolts which I hope will take care of this problem. However, I can't comment on how shorter bolts may affect the structural integrity of the product, if at all.
July 28, 2015
Once you figure out the install they are just what I needed, I'm a shorter guy and needed the bars pulled back to me and I like the a bit higher.
May 25, 2015
Rox Low Pro 1 3/4 Pivot Risers
Got these for my 2014 BMW F800GSA. After reading several reviews, I chose these Low Rise, versus the taller risers because of the issues with brake/clutch cables not being long enough. I now have a comfortable stance while standing on the pegs, and my riding position seated is more comfortable also.
As far as my bike goes, the Rox Low Rise are just about the max rise the cables can accept and still improve riding/standing position.
April 20, 2015