let me explain something here
first the bars are 1'1/8' in diameter as oppose to be 7/8" or 22MM like the bmw are.. they are made of a really strong but resilient aluminum alloy that makes them years stronger, they also feature great shock absorption, ,not that necessary on the R1150R also is a detriment in harmonic vibration build up,, again more noticeable on the GS with the cross bar...
another thing is that the mounts are more "compensators" than "risers" do to the BMW bars being Taller, is necessary to lift and move back the "Fat bars" to achieve the "point of departure" and then i can select lower, higher, forward ,backward. any way you get the idea
On tina's case reach was a issue, but each client is treated on a specific case bases, taking in consideration many factors, not only biomechanical ,ergonomic and anthropometric, ,but riding style desire and all the different characteristics..
this are more or less Taylor made Bars for your needs.
many times can be lower, or forward,, or much higher that tina's if the need arise...
is about 18 models of bars available plus two "positions" on the clamps(Up and back, using spacer) choices rendering about 30 possible permutations(some of them give the same end result,, so i don't count them 2 times)
I hope this is not view as :Spam I just want to clarified a few points
thanks and sorry for the Ingles
Neat shelves in the background
What neat and tidy shelves are in the background in a couple of the shots with Ms K on her purdy roadster.
As the Chinese guy Confusion once said: "Tidy shelves indicate messy mind."
So far is Nine R1150R happy campers
riding around with less pain and more confort