Today's project was to install the Tour Performance Riser from HeliBars on my Rallye... Because of my spinal issues, I begin having severe pain in my neck, right shoulder, and right arm after an hour or so of riding. I've had spinal fusion surgery... and the process of leaning forward & extending my right arm to grasp the handlebar results in having to pivot my head back (raise my chin) to see forward... and this is what causes my pain. So, while I know it's not ideal... the more upright my riding posture can be, the less pain I endure. As such, I've been playing around with various modifications to get comfortable for more extended riding. I began with a single set of ROX pivoting risers to bring the bars back... then added a 2nd set to bring them further back. This helped, but it never really felt like a really "solid" mount... and the process of trying to correctly align & then tighten 5 different points of rotational axis was less than perfect. (4 individual pivoting risers, plus the handlebar rotation) Seems despite my best efforts, I could never get them all aligned... and/or, if I did, because of limited access to the bolts when the risers were pivoted, get everything tightened down solidly enough. What I needed was either a pair of long, solid "pullback" risers (like I used to have on my cruisers)... or something else. Well, hopefully, I found it. This product effectively makes the starting base mount 2" taller, while also moving 2 ¼" rearward. Adding & positioning my 2" pivoting ROX risers brings the grips a full 4" further back than stock... and about 3" taller than stock. Additionally, I only have 3 rotational axis points to align... and the space to get an allen wrench on the mounting bolts is much more accessible. My tank bag is unaffected, although the handlebar does touch it when turned at full-lock (final photo below). Anyway, nothing groundbreaking here, but just figured I'd post in case someone else may have similar issues. Here are more posts of the install.