Originally Posted by RideFreak
That riser setup looks iffy for any off road use. I understand you need to compensate for the forward pegs but it's (risers) got to be rock solid when you hit a washout or obsticle on a dirt road. With the minimal travel that bike has, control will be critical first time you bottom it out and it will happen if you ride it off the pavement with any frequency.
SO far so good with the risers. I have them mounted pretty solid and they are in a rubber mounting so they flex just enough, but don't move beyond that. Really though it's just wide dirt paths for this bike nothing serious. Also just added a front plate.