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Found 18 results

  1. Shimjocky

    KTM 250 EXC (2005)

    2 comments

    This bike rocks! Should note that the comparison bike (just started riding again last year) was a 91 DR350, so it's a huge leap, but I am very happy with my ktm.
  2. verucht

    Honda XR650L (1994)

    0 comments

    I can ride 100 miles to the trail, ride the trail, then ride it back home again.
  3. 11 reviews

    Rox unique riser design allows you to pivot the riser in the original clamps and pivot the bar orientation in the top clamps of the riser. This provides an incredible amount of bar position options for you to find the right height and pull-back for your riding position and stature. Keep in mind these risers work great if you are interested in changing to a bar that has a different sweep but happens to be lower; you can now gain back the height plus add fore and aft position selection. If you are experiencing discomfort after a few hours of riding give these Rox cruiser risers closer consideration. We trust this product will bring you a new and expected level of comfort. Their goal is to provide you not only with an attractive, eye catching accessory but as importantly a means of acquiring the proper ergonomic position so you can return your attention back to the pleasures and sights of the open road or trail. Features: 1-1/8" mount size and handlebar size Machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum Chrome risers come standard with chrome bolt head buttons Re-routing of stock lines and cables or longer lines and cables may be necessary on certain bikes Sold in pairs Made in the U.S.A
  4. 2CylinderBill

    Suzuki DR-Z400S (2005)

    0 comments

    Inexpensive, reliable, light, capable and big fun
  5. Dieselixi

    Honda CRF250L (2013)

    0 comments

    Love being able to go on road or off road!
  6. 8 reviews

    Patented design pivoting risers are incredibly universal with a twopiece design that allows them to be clamped to any machine with 7/8in. handlebar clamps Allow you to clamp a stock 7/8in. diameter handlebar, or you can remove the 7/8in. reducers and clamp a 11/8in. aluminum handlebar; reducers lock into risers to ensure no slippage between components, and serrated teeth provide maximum gripping power on the handlebar Risers are held by the original clamps and re-clamp the handlebars 2in., 31/2in., or 5in. higher (depending on size purchased) with pivoting fore and aft adjustment Rox out-board positioning also makes them incredibly durable Available in natural aluminum or black finish
  7. 1 review

    Allow you to adjust your handlebar height easily on the trail, or in the back country, to increase your comfort by customizing your sled and its feel to you Allow you to clamp a stock 7/8in. diameter handlebar, or you can remove the 7/8in. reducers and then clamp a 11/8in. oversize aluminum bar - reducers lock into risers to assure no slippage between components and serrated teeth ensure maximum gripping power on the handlebar Risers take the guess work out of deciding which size to buy with a choice of 4in. to 6in. rise or 6in. to 8.25in. rise Independent left and right risers adapt to any T-stem width making them very universal and usable on different makes and models Optional Wrenchless lever kit allows risers to be adjusted without the use of wrenches or other tools Give you the option of fitting one sled to multiple riders in minutes Designed to replace OEM pivoting riser blocks CNC-machined from billet 6061 T-6 aluminum and clear anodized Lower cap is steel with serrated lines in it for maximum grip and strength; designed to be used when replacing an OEM pivoting riser block
  8. Chumps1

    Kawasaki KLX400R (2003)

    0 comments

    Great Bike,
  9. dilyb

    Gas Gas TXT 280 (2001)

    0 comments

    Actually a 1999 TXT 321 ... but apparently this listing doesn't go back that far ... Proof that 1999 technology still works very well; a much better machine than I'm a rider!
  10. I'm trying to plan out the Scotts damper, hand guards and riser for my 500exc. I'd really like to add some type of anti-bration to the setup. At 6' tall with monkey arms I do need to add some heigth to the bars. I'm looking at the HDB Ultimate handguards, sub mounting the Scotts and then adding the Rox Risers anti vibration. I'm going to use the HDB low clamps so the 2" Rox should be ok. Has anyone used the Rox Anti vibration risers? Opinions. Also, does HDB offer a anti Vib option?
  11. wably

    Honda XR400R (2004)

    0 comments

    So far so good. Checked/repacked/replaced all worn bearings, fluids, tires, clutch plates, brake pads, chain, sprockets, bars, grips and levers. Replaced all incorrect size/length bolds, nuts, screws. Removed a ton of red loctite. Usually at the expense of the threads and or bolt, nut and screw! BAD TOAD!!! I want to convert to electric start. The parts are out there. Let me know if you have done it or know someone who has.
  12. brianhare

    Honda XR650L (2001)

    0 comments

    The bike is under powered,but can be improved upon by engine mofifications....a Kehin FCR MX definately wakes up the performance..
  13. Knocksville450

    Suzuki DR-Z400S (2004)

    0 comments

    I spend more time on this sweet DRZ than on my KLR or 800XC combined.
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