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    Which risers? For back pain on LC GS

    Any good risers recommendations for alleviating back pain whilst riding LC GS.

    I think I'm leaning too far forward that causes it.

    So risers that make the bars nearer to the rider rather than just higher

    What ones on the market do this?

    Cheers,
    T

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    Try the Rox Risers, as there’s loads of adjustment.

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    Cheers

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    The handlebars have 2 settings 10 degrees and 0 degrees try moving the handlebars a bit lower and see if that helps first, just check bars do not touch the tank, after changing position.


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    Rizoma risers

    Same issue for me. I went with the Rizoma up and back risers. Early days but seem to have done the trick for me....so far !

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    Rox - fixed ones are a pita as you’re stuck with what they think you need rather that what you do in reality.

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    Wunderlich up and back for me.

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