While the Triumph Daytona 675 is a great bike (those of you that have
seen our bike build know that we think it definitely is!), one common complaint is that
the stock bars can put a bit too much strain on the wrists. This isn’t
a major issue for the track, but it does become a larger problem for
street riders that spend extended periods of time on the bike. One of
the easiest comfort solutions we’ve come across is switching out your
stock clip-ons and handlebars for a set of HeliBars from Heli
CNC machined from a single piece of 6061 aluminum billet, the seamless
construction of the Helibars looks great, and they feature a high
quality finish that is right at home when installed into the clean
cockpit of the 675. These aren’t just about looks though, HeliBars are
primarily about comfort and control.
HeliBars are slightly taller, flatter, and wider than the stock bars
which takes a lot of the pressure off of your arms. With a 1-5/8” in
height and a 1” increase in width, the look doesn’t change
drastically, so you end up with better leverage and control on the
street without giving your bike the touring that some risers can give.
Go ahead and get a more comfortable ride without sacrificing
performance or looks by picking up a set of HeliBars from
. We think
Heli Modified has it right, because as they put it, “Performance
shouldn’t be painful!”
These are not yet available on our website, so get in touch with TJ if
you’re interested or if you have any questions. You can give him a
call at 866.931.6644 ext 817 or shoot him a PM through the forum. If
email is more convenient, you can go ahead and send a note FORUM at
RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM with TRIUMPH 675 HELIBARS in the subject line
and he’ll get back to you right away.
HeliBars retain all the stock cables and they include a billet reservoir mount.