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    Question 2019 F750GS - handlebar riser recommendations please!

    I looked on Rox Riser's site, since that's really the only brand of riser I know, and it said I wouldn't need to replace the brake lines with longer ones. If you know of other riser brands please let me know. Extra points if you can attach a pic of your installed risers! 7/8 handlebar tube size.

    Thanks in advance,
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    Quote Originally Posted by DBCasey View Post
    I looked on Rox Riser's site, since that's really the only brand of riser I know, and it said I wouldn't need to replace the brake lines with longer ones. If you know of other riser brands please let me know. Extra points if you can attach a pic of your installed risers! 7/8 handlebar tube size.

    Thanks in advance,
    Daryl
    I'd spend the extra money on a trusted brand

    Wunderlich make some decent stuff: https://www.wunderlichamerica.com/ha...rs-risers.html

    as does Helibar: https://www.helibars.com/bmw-f750-gs...ndlebar-riser/

    and SW Motech: https://sw-motech.us/bike/BMW/F750GS...2572054376.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by drneo66 View Post
    I'd spend the extra money on a trusted brand

    Wunderlich make some decent stuff: https://www.wunderlichamerica.com/ha...rs-risers.html

    as does Helibar: https://www.helibars.com/bmw-f750-gs...ndlebar-riser/

    and SW Motech: https://sw-motech.us/bike/BMW/F750GS...2572054376.htm
    Thank you for the links. There are so many vendors out there but, being new to the GS works, I didn't know about many of them.
    Do you have any experience with any of the risers you listed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DBCasey View Post
    I looked on Rox Riser's site, since that's really the only brand of riser I know, and it said I wouldn't need to replace the brake lines with longer ones. If you know of other riser brands please let me know. Extra points if you can attach a pic of your installed risers! 7/8 handlebar tube size.

    Thanks in advance,
    Daryl
    As there has been some responses, I have ROX on my F800GS. They have been working fine and I have no complaints. That said, the brake line didnít need to be changed but it was tight. I ordered a Speigler and changed it out when it was convenient- during a brake fluid change.
    Chances are you will find the same. Not much slack in those lines.
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    I've tried many...

    I have tried 3 or 4 different makes and wasted a lot of money and effort trying to get the bars more comfortable. I finally settled on a set of Helibars for my 750. They have a rise and also bring them back a little. High quality and made in US.

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