Bridged Handlebar Risers, 20mm, Honda Africa Twin CRF1000L

Bridged Handlebar Risers, 20mm, Honda Africa Twin CRF1000L

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$79.95

Item # 402-5254

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Details

This special set of 'bridged' handlebar risers for the Honda Africa Twin give you 20mm (0.8") of additional bar height as well as brace the handlebar clamps to reduce the twist and flex of the bar mounts.  The 20mm rise does not requre any new brake, or control cables, or modifications to the motorcycle to install.

Many riders find that increasing bar height makes a noticeable improvement to their comfort. Raising the bar height results in a more upright position which can relieve neck and back strain. Touratech bar risers also enable a more comfortable and controlled standing position, which is ideal for off-road riding or just stretching the body on a long ride.

These aluminum bar risers are precision crafted at the Touratech factory in Germany. They are designed specifically for the handlebars of the Honda Africa Twin CRF1000L.

Product Features
  • Makes it easier to stand
  • Connected design reduces handlebar twist and flex
  • Black anodized finish
  • Relieves neck and back strain
  • Solid aluminum construction
  • Handlebars rise 20mm
  • Longer Allen bolts included
  • No cable modification required
  • Made at the Touratech factory in Germany
  • Easy to install
  • Fits Honda Africa Twin CRF1000L

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