Adjustable Pullback Bars for 2015 Road Glide

2015-KlipBecause no two riders have the same exact morphology or share the same exact riding position, these adjustable “Klip Hanger” handlebars for 2015 Road Glide.,let you adjust the control/grip portion to be positioned exactly where you want your hands to be. Then you lock this position into place with the same system clip-on race bars utilize.

They are taller than stock HD Road Glide bars. Also available for Victory & Indian touring models. Black bars with chrome hardware and polished billet aluminum dome bar end caps. Installation instructions included. MSRP $449.95-$459.95. At Klock Kustom Baggers.

12 Responses to “Adjustable Pullback Bars for 2015 Road Glide”

  1. 1 P. Hamilton Jul 21st, 2015 at 9:09 am

    Concept of adjustability copied from Arlen Ness Modular Bars introduced more than 2 years ago!

  2. 2 JohnyLetGo Jul 21st, 2015 at 9:12 am

    Hope that Klock carries a multi-million liability insurance,

  3. 3 Bubba Jul 21st, 2015 at 4:55 pm

    @ JohnyLetGo- Arlen Ness has been selling this same style of Handlebar for about 4 plus years. In fact not a very original idea Klock Werks…

  4. 4 Boomer Jul 22nd, 2015 at 5:15 am

    I have the Ness Modular bars on two different bikes. These Klock bars are different enough to not be a copy. Similar… yes but not the same. I can’t say which design is better. Probably just a matter of style preference.

  5. 5 Mdkuder Jul 22nd, 2015 at 7:30 am

    It’s my experience that most bars are not made for american men as the bend is to tight and would more fit a much smaller rider.

  6. 6 BCinSoCal Jul 22nd, 2015 at 9:00 am

    These bars are just another knock off of a Ness product, as has been done so many times over the years. Ness the design leader for decades.

  7. 7 Mark Russell Jul 22nd, 2015 at 9:12 am

    Buy the ones from the innovator. Ness!

  8. 8 Andy Jul 22nd, 2015 at 5:12 pm

    Instead of all the negatives, maybe focus that they are available no matter who came out with them first.

  9. 9 Joe Mielke Jul 23rd, 2015 at 9:19 am

    For what it is worth, I personally made our first prototype of the Klock Werks Klip Hangers for a Seattle Children’s charity bike we built in 2008 or 2009. I don’t remember which year for sure, we built bikes for them three years in a row. Our production bars and the Ness bars hit the market for sale to the public about the same time. Brian Klock and Cory Ness actually talked about our similar products when they were first seen by one another. They are just as similar as they are different. Look at the sportbike and cafe world, clip on handle bars are nothing new. Both products are an interpretation of that.
    The Klock Werks team and the Ness team are friends with in the motorcycle industry. We use each other’s parts quite regularly when it suits our needs. It’s really too bad when your provided with “options” the thing you want to focus on is negativity and trying to tell us how unoriginal we are. Especially when you don’t know what you’re talking about to begin with. Fill your glass up guys and try a positive approach.
    Thank you for the product feature Cyril!

  10. 10 B. D. Jul 23rd, 2015 at 7:21 pm

    The stock handlebars on my ’84 Honda V-65 Sabre have the same adjustability..

  11. 11 Alex Jul 24th, 2015 at 10:42 am

    Like the bars respect to Mielke ,
    we do have some products our own well more like prototypes one or two patents , Trees , Hidden disc on old FL drum Brakes…. Just stuff.
    We use our parts on personal bikes first prior to going anywhere but the worries behind is get the liability and testing sorted out.
    We have now finally sent 2 items to a dynamic testing company hopefully we receive the OK on them as far as EU goes.
    My question to Johnyletgo and Mielke is , once testing and double triple check on every and each part is done how would one insure the liability factor , What do the bug guys do?


  12. 12 Alex Jul 24th, 2015 at 10:43 am

    Big Guys is what i meant sorry about the mistake

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