Sweet looking ride!Today I put on some Rox Risers. The bars are now raised about 1.5 inches and are to the rear about an 1.5 inches as well. With the risers if you go to far forward your speedo will cant forward pushing the face of the speedo down and will make hard to see. You will need to check length, height, speedo and bars and adjust before nailing it down. Also, you don't need to change cables. Your existing cables should work. I needed to cut a 6mm hex to get to the bottom bolt to tighten under the riser. I really can't even notice them cosmetically and they do straighten up my back as I am sitting a little more upright. View attachment 706061 View attachment 706062 View attachment 706063 View attachment 706064
what is that front wheel chock ur using?Added a Dean Speed sissy bar, leather-wrapped Viking bags, and a longer than stock Barnett clutch cable (so I could tilt the reduced reach bars lower)…
Now I have to get a high back Corbin Brave, so I am selling my brand new Corbin solo and backrest - it is listed in classifieds if anyone is interested…
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Wow, that's one HELL of a trip! Glad you made it back home safely. Now all she needs is a bath!Just got home last night, from a 4800 mile round trip to Pacifica California. The bike ran flawlessly, and has close to 37k miles on it now. The rear Shinko 777 did very well, and the front Dunlop American Elite hit a road cone weight at 75 mph, and kept on trucking. The subsequent fork wobble was pretty exciting, and my knee apparently hit the key and shut off the bike lol. It also spun the left mirror loose, and I had to tighten it back onto the lock collar!
Went through Yosemite on the way back, and even in the rain, it was enjoyable.