Rox Handlebar Risers For 1-1/4in Bars On BMW R1200GS LC '13-'16 allow you to adjust the position of your handlebars, instead of adjusting your posture to them. Designed specifically for 2013 and newer, liquid cooled R1200GS motorcycles with 32mm handlebars, these risers 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 aftermarket or replacement footpegs and your handlebar position is no longer suitable, these risers will adjust your handlebars and get you riding in comfort again.
Crafted out of CNC machined billet 6061 T6 aluminum, these handlebar risers are engineered and tested for maximum strength and durability. These barbacks look great and are available in four finishes—and doesn't your motorcycle deserve that?
If you have an older R1200GS, you can not use these risers. Purchase these instead:
Ride with less pain today with these handlebar risers for BMW R1200GS LC '13-'16 by Rox.
- 2 inches of displacement
- Made specifically for 32mm (1 1/4 inch) handlebars on BMW R1200GS LC '13-'16
- Pivots forward or backward depending on personal preference
- CNC machined billet 6061 T6 aluminum
- Available in clear anodized finish
- Compatible with stock cables. See installation instructions.
What's In The Box:
- One set of Rox Handlebar Risers For 1-1/4in Bars For BMW R1200GS LC '13-'16
- Installation hardware
- Installation manual
- Rox sticker
Note: First determine if you have adequate cable length and if cables can be re-routed before installing handlebar risers. Amount of extra cable length varies based on make and model. It is recommended that you consult your local dealer. After installation, check for any binding or pinching of the control cables (throttle cable, brake hose/cable) etc. When you are sure nothing is binding, start machine in neutral, slowly turn handlebar from left to right, if the engine idle speed increases STOP TURNING HANDLEBARS, TURN OFF ENGINE, YOUR THROTTLE CABLE IS BINDING. Check throttle routing and length. You may have to adjust position of controls, or purchase extended cables.