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Offline christoph17

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Anyone else use the verholen risers?
I am curious if they really go back 60mm and 20mm up as as it states. They are quite expensive at $215. The 60mm back portion is what is important to me.

As an alternative, I am wondering if anyone has used a combination of a 25mm riser and in ADDITION, a separate riser stacked on top (like the ROX rotating ones).
This would provide maximum pullback of the handlebars which would in turn reduce the rider back lean angle.

thanks in advance!


Offline windyrun

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You may want to contact this you tuber (also forum member but can't remember her call name). She had an FZ09 before her s1000r and has put several thousand miles on her verholen bar risers.


Offline christoph17

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Thanks for the replies guys.
I did see those links and those are the risers I am thinking about.
Agreed on the no name brand ones- will check

Does any one have experience with adding 2 sets of risers (back and ROX adjustable ones on top of those to move them back closer to the rider)
Not sure if it might be ok, or some safety issue.

Offline christoph17

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I did leave a message on the youtuber's account inquiring about the extenders. Thanks @windyrun !

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*Originally Posted by christoph17 [+]
Does any one have experience with adding 2 sets of risers (back and ROX adjustable ones on top of those to move them back closer to the rider)
Not sure if it might be ok, or some safety issue.

No experience with 'double' risers, but I did have 2" Rox risers on my R, and any more than that you may need extensions to the Clutch cable and the front brake line. Just a fyi

Offline GDCobra

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Can anybody comment on hos much rise you can have without needing to extend cables or brake lines?

Offline joets185

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I am using the MV Verholen risers and they made a dramatic improvement for me. Can't give you the exact amount of movement aft, but I no longer feel like I am reaching for the grips. Allows me a more relaxed hold, which was what I was after. They are not inexpensive, but well made and the finish matches well. I found no need to change cable routing but did have to remove the clamp that was holding the clutch cable. I can take some take and provide measurements if it would help.

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