Rox Handlebar Risers For 28mm Bars On Select BMW, KTM, Triumph & Ducati Motorcycles | 2in rise Clear Anodized

SKU:ROX.1R-P2PPA

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Rox Handlebar Risers for 28mm bars on select BMW KTM Triumph & Ducati motorcycles allow you to adjust the position of your handlebars instead of adjusting your posture to them. Designed specifically for oversized handlebars and fatbars they feature dual rotation points that allow you to pivot them up and back diagonally approximately 2 inches to relieve the pressure that can build up on your wrists forearm

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Description

Rox Handlebar Risers for 28mm bars on select BMW KTM Triumph & Ducati motorcycles allow you to adjust the position of your handlebars instead of adjusting your posture to them. Designed specifically for oversized handlebars and fatbars they feature dual rotation points that allow you to pivot them up and back diagonally approximately 2 inches to relieve the pressure that can build up on your wrists forearms and neck while riding. Removing this pressure means less pain and longer rides and longer rides make for a happier you.

In the event that you’ve installed black anodized gunmetal gray anodized clear anodized or machined aluminum finish

What’s In The Box:

  • One set of Rox Handlebar Risers for 28mm (1-1/8in) bars
  • Installation hardware
  • Installation manual
  • Rox sticker

Handlebar risers for 28mm handlebars fit bikes including:

  • BMW F800GS ’08-’12 (not compatible with 1R-AV2PP)
  • BMW F800GS ’13-’16 (not compatible with 1R-AV2PP)
  • BMW F800GS Adventure ’14-’18 (not compatible with 1R-AV2PP)
  • BMW F800GT ’13-’17
  • BMW R nineT ’14-’18
  • BMW S1000R ’14-’18
  • BMW R1200GS ’04-’12
  • BMW R1200GS Adventure ’06-’13
  • BMW R1200R ’06-’14
  • Ducati Hypermotard 821 ’13-’15
  • Ducati Hypermotard 1100 ’08-’13
  • Ducati Multistrada 1200 1200S & 1200S GT ’10-’14
  • Honda CTX700 ’14-’17
  • Honda CTX1300 ’14
  • Honda XRV750 & XRV650 Africa Twin ’88-’03
  • Honda Africa Twin CRF1000L ’16
  • Kawasaki Z1000 ’03-’16
  • Kawasaki Versys 1000 ’15-’18
  • KTM 250 ’04-’16
  • KTM 300XC ’04-’16
  • KTM 350EXC/XC/SX ’04-’16
  • KTM 450EXC/SX/XC ’04-’16
  • KTM 500EXC/XC ’04-’16
  • KTM 690 Enduro R ’07-’18
  • KTM 950 Adventure ’03-’15
  • KTM 990 Adventure ’06-’13
  • KTM 1290 Super Adventure & T ’15-’17
  • Moto Guzzi Stelvio 1200 4V ’09-’11
  • Triumph Speed Triple ’08-’15
  • Triumph Street Triple ’08-’11
  • Triumph Tiger 800XC & 800XCS ’11-’14
  • Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer ’12-’15
  • Yamaha V-Max 1200 ’04-’07
  • Yamaha FJ-09 ’15-’17
  • Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere ’11-’13

Part Numbers

Our part number: ROX.1R-P2PPA

Fitment

Fitment Associations

Year Make Model
Year Make Model
1996 - 2007 KTM 620 / 625 / 640 Adventure / LC4
2003 - 2005 KTM 950 Adventure
2004 - 2012 BMW R1200GS
2006 - 2008 BMW HP2 Enduro
2006 - 2013 BMW R1200GS Adventure
2006 - 2013 KTM 990 Adventure / R
2007 - 2020 KTM 690 Enduro R
2008 - 2011 BMW HP2 Megamoto
2010 - 2014 Ducati Multistrada 1200 / S / GT
2010 - 2014 Triumph Tiger 800 / XC
2011 - 2013 Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere
2012 - 2015 Triumph Explorer 1200 / XC
2013 - 2016 KTM 1190 Adventure / R
2013 - 2018 BMW F800GT
2015 - 2017 Ducati Multistrada 1200 / S
2015 - 2017 Triumph Tiger 800 XC / XCx / XCa

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  1. Theo

    The great team at Twisted Throttle

    Theo

    I have 2013 BMWF800GS ,they have supplied me with a number of great add on’s lastest is the Rox Handlebar Risers,on june 16 I’m leaving for a trip from Tallahassee Fl,to Fairbanks Alaska,back down to Canada ! to Niagra Falls,down east coast,to florida,with out TT my bike would not be ready,Thaks so much

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  2. jpw3

    Great product.

    jpw3

    Install was on my Triumph Tiger 1200 XC and was very easy, wires have plenty of room for this modification. I placed the risers at about a 45 degree angle towards me which brought the handle bars up and in towards me. This weekend I put about 700 miles on the bike and noticed a major difference in comfort. I am about 6 feet tall and it seems to add to my steering ability also. I have a large Wolfman tank bag and it did not effect my steering either.

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  3. Jimbo

    Well Made Product

    Jimbo

    I bought this product within the last month and it is very well constructed with an excellent finish. The only issue I have is that what is reccommended for your bike may not fit correctly due to cable lengths. I purchased these for a KTM 990 and much to my displeasure, it would require major cable lengthining and reconfiguration in order to use them. That said, I gave them as a gift to a fellow BMW R1200 rider who was able to use them.

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  4. Paul

    Nice

    Paul

    Got these for Tiger 800 XC. Helps me to sit straight and avoid upper back pain. Also have a pair for a 690 Enduro R. Now I can ride standing up without having to hunch over

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  5. squirrel

    sinple install

    squirrel

    6’3″ on R1200GSA ’13 is now very comfortable and upright while seated or standing.

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  6. KPed

    Rox Handlebar Risers

    KPed

    I just installed these risers a couple hours ago and whoa!…I love them! I initially bought them for standing/off-road riding. Just driving down the street while sitting I feel such a major difference. Very comfortable. Just a heads up – once you get everything put together, it may take some time to finely tune everything. Just make sure that the handle bars (not the risers) aren’t twisted forward so far that when you turn the handlebars left and right the mirrors do not hit the windshield. Also, the risers are made with very high quality.

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  7. Bajarob

    A must for a tiger

    Bajarob

    If you own a tiger, do yourself a favour and put these on. Saves your arms and extends your ride.

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  8. Randy

    Perfect Fit!

    Randy

    Well made product and just what I needed to improve the ergonomics of of my bike. It put the bars right where I needed them. Triumph seems to realize that this may be required as they were very generous with all the cable lengths so no issues there.
    The only beef I would have, though minor, is that I thought the supplied hardware would have been stainless. Though there’s quality in its required strength I thought for the cost it would have been stainless. Otherwise a very good product with excellent fit and finish.

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  9. Greg

    Quality!

    Greg

    These risers, are buetifully made.
    Fit & finish is superb
    Installed on an 1190 Adventure, with 23mm triple-clamp to bars spacers already, they bring the bars up 73mm nearly 3″ and allow for exact possisionig of the bars. BTW, no need for longer controls cables.
    Bending the brake line slightly, next to lever, then repositioning brake line on frame, just in front of fuel tank, works perfectly.

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  10. Baja Jones

    Got quite a rize out of these

    Baja Jones

    I am 6′ and I ride with a head/ neck restraint. These Handlebar Risers allow me to stand up straighter and keep my helmet off the back of the restraint. Night and day. I love them

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  11. Agent GIB

    excellent engineering

    Agent GIB

    just exactly what was missing on my bike….since I’ve installed those extension I can ride for hours….500 km in the same day is now business as usual. Very well designed parts with outstanding finish.

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  12. Lance

    Rox Risers on 2009 BMW R1200GS

    Lance

    I purchased these to be able to move further back in the saddle and for better position while standing. On a test install they seem like they will do what I bought them for. The bad news, it became apparent that I needed to install a longer front brake line to allow full swing of the handle bars. I now have the longer brake line, but have not installed it or the Rox Risers yet. Another winter project.

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  13. whl3

    As Advertised!

    whl3

    I purchased the riser about a month ago for my 2016 Ducati Multistrada S. The application chart did not include the 2015 and beyond Multi and there were no reviews of the pair being installed on this newer model Multi, but I decided to give it a try. I’m 6’2″ and like most motorcyclist today, I’m on the “back nine” of my riding career and prefer a more upright riding position. I had sat on the new Multi Enduro which has a higher bar position than does the Standard and “S” models. Just sitting in a static position, the Multi Enduro just felt better. The product is quality made with a rather straightforward installation. It took a while to adjust for the proper height, “pull-back” of the bars, and some minor relocation of the cables. There is enough cable for the risers, but no more! Initially, I thought I might have compromised some of the handling of the bike with more upright bars. The seating, however, felt spot on. I doubt seriously that the bike will ever experience “fire roads” for more than 1% of it’s life that I would better appreciate the higher bar position while standing. I have yet to do any long rides with the new bar position but I feel confident that it will be more comfortable than stock. I now have enough rides since the modification that I don’t even think of the taller bar position as having a negative affect on the Multi’s “sportier” handling. The modification was well worth the install!

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  14. Steve

    Steve

    Very solid and well made. Adjustments are infinint. Installed on a Triumph Tiger 800, made a huge difference in comfort

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  15. Jason

    Great Risers

    Jason

    I installed these on my Tiger Explorer and noticed the difference immediately. The handlebar is now in a much more comfortable position, and the strain on my hands is less. Plus, the color matches my bars almost perfect, and they only took about 30 minutes to install.

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  16. Matt

    Well made

    Matt

    Near endless adjust-ability to suit your needs, simple install, good quality

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