HeliBars® Tour Performance™ handlebar risers for 2018+ Honda GL1800

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NEW Gen 2 HeliBars® Tour Performance™ handlebar relocation adapters for the Honda GL1800 2018+ (all models)

Installs between the factory handlebar mounting clamp risers and the top triple clamp to reduce the reach to the grips. 

HeliBars has updated it's 2018+ Goldwing Tour Performance handlebar adapters to improve comfort and handling.  By removing the original "Sport" position from our adapters we gained the freedom to perfect our Touring position.  We have reduced the rear angle of the grips and adjusted the reach to offer improved comfort and handling performance.

  • 9/16" (14.2mm) Taller
  • 2 1/4" (57.15mm) Rearward
  • Bolt Cover caps now included!  Video
  • Reduction in rearward wrist angle
  • Heli Tour performance handlebar relocation adapters moves the factory bars into a more comfortable position by reducing reach.
  • All original cables and hydraulic lines are retained and are un-modified
  • Hard Coat Anodized
  • Increased leverage boosts confidence, improves low speed handling and makes the new Wing feel even lighter. 
  • Super precision adapters have drain holes in the recessed hardware mounting bores to eliminate corrosion from pooling water.
  • Does not interfere with the complex new front fork components
  • Template included for trimming the plastic top handlebar mount cover.
  • Video to reduce installation time:  #1 Install Video   and #2 Install Video WATCH CAREFULLY!  USE EXTREME CAUTION.
  • Exceptional build quality backed by a 30 day money back satisfaction guarantee

Add On Item:

  • Have the first generation risers? Looking for a cap to cover the handlebar mounting bolt?  Order here:  Caps


  • 5

    Posted by John M Boyd on Apr 30th 2020

    The caps come off and get lost. Glue them on or you will loose them.

  • 4

    Posted by Tony Cavagnaro on Apr 27th 2020

    I must say that i love the new position of the bars. But the installation on a GL1800 Tour NON DCT is not as easy as described! The issue is that on a non DCT the hydraulic line for the clutch and wiring harnesses for the throttle are not long enough as assembled. With that said if you try to assemble the handlbars on the risers you are stressing the clutch line and throttle wires too much. The difference between the DCT and non DCT is that the clutch line and wires to the throttle are on the same hold down. Since the wires for the Throttle handlebar come from the left side of the bike, the addition of the clutch lines moves those two harnesses further away from the throttle, therefore being too short. But.. if you disconnect the hold down and remove the tape for the wiring harness, the rubber grommet can be moved about a half an inch giving you enough room for installation without stressing the wires. The same can be done for the clutch hydraulic line. I am not sure if the grommets on all bikes are positioned exactly the same, but would think that for mass production they are very close.
    Anyway, it worked and i love the new riding position.

    Tony: Thank you for your very detailed install review. This was sent over to engineering.