Adjustable Handlebar Risers for Can-Am Spyder F3 October 16, 2018 16:11
We had a customer stop in recently to have us install our 2" Pivoting Handlebar Risers on his 2018 Can-Am Spyder F3. Many people don’t realize our risers will work on the Spyder F3, but they really do a great job of bringing the bar back toward the rider and making for a much more comfortable seating position.
These handlebar risers will work using the stock cables on the Spyder F3, with only minor cable rerouting required. All in all, it was a really simple install. It took about 15 minutes from start to finish, and we’re happy to report the customer LOVES them! Note: as far as we know our risers will NOT work on other models of the Can-Am Spyder, only the F3.
More questions? Just give us a call at 218.326.1794 or send us an email.
Anti-Vibration Handlebar Risers: Reduce Hand Tingling, Absorb Shock, & Improve Your Comfort May 09, 2018 12:01
Are you dealing with hand tingling or numbness while out riding? Do you feel like too much of your body weight is on your wrists, hands, and shoulders? Does your neck get tight on longer trips?
The Rox Anti-Vibe Bar Risers are designed to solve all these issues and more.
Using the proven design of our patented Pivoting Risers, we’ve taken it to the next level by adding rubber isolated bushings that reduce bar vibration by as much as 80%.
Nothing is worse than having to cut a trip short because of discomfort. Pick up a set of our Anti-Vibe Bar Risers and improve your ride immediately.
We have a fitment chart that makes it easy to figure out which model fits your bike—we have one model for bikes with a 7/8" diameter factory handlebar and we have another model for bikes with an 1 1/8" factory handlebar. If you’re note sure about your stock bar size just give us a call at 218-326-1794. Our shop is open M-F, 8am-4:30pm CST.
Our Anti Vibe Bar Risers are made in the USA right here at our shop and they also come with our world class guarantee—if you are unhappy with them for any reason simply return them within 90 days, no questions asked. Simple.
Handlebar Risers, Barbacks, & Bar Extensions 101 - What Do I Need to Know? August 03, 2017 11:03
We get calls daily from people who want to adjust their handlebar position but they don’t know where to start.
It’s really simple. To install risers on your motorcycle or atv you need to know 2 things:
- What is the diameter of your stock bar? Common sizes are 7/8" and 1 1/8" for dirt bikes, dual sport bikes, many street bikes, and atvs. For Harley/V-Twin bikes common sizes are 1" and 1 1/4". Standing to the side of the bike/atv, simply grab a ruler [or a caliper] hold it up above the bar (near the bar clamps) and check to see what the measurement is going across the bar from side-to-side. Note: Rox risers only work on machines with a 1-piece [eg. tube] handlebar and top/bottom style bar clamps—they do NOT work on bikes with clip-on style handlebars.
How tall of a riser can your stock cables handle? 99% of motorcycles can install our 2" risers without replacing any cables, but many atvs can only install 1.25" risers before the cables will get too tight. Remember though, these are rough guidelines. Some bikes can install 3" risers with stock cables and some can only install 1 3/4" risers with stock cables—if you are unsure how high you can go you can take a look at our fitment charts, give us a call at 218-326-1794, or you can do a simple check on your own. Remove the bar from the stock bar clamps. Find something to use as a spacer [a scrap of 2x4 will work]. Place the spacer board underneath the handlebar. If your cables or wires seem overly tight you can remove any zip ties and/or cable retainers then run the test again. If cables still seem tight after removing any ties/clamps you can look at rerouting the cables to the outside and/or behind the fork tubes. For most bikes this takes about 10-15 minutes. Exact steps will vary, but the basic idea is put the bike on a center stand, remove the nut that holds the top of the fork tube to the top of the triple tree, drop the tube down and then move the cables to the outside of the tube. Once the cables are outside of the fork tube you can bring the tube back up and then tighten the nut at the top again. Repeat this process for the other side of the bike. Before going out riding it’s really important to ensure your cables are relaxed through the complete range of steering motion.
Do you have other questions? Give us a call at 218-326-1794 or shoot us an email. Thanks for reading. - The Rox Crew