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HeliBars Now Distributed by Western Power Sports

HeliBars Handlebars and Risers   

Heli Modified, Inc. says its TracStar and Tour Performance HeliBars handlebars and handlebar riser systems are now available through more than 8000 Western Powersports dealers nationwide.

HeliBars’ improved ergonomics have enabled motorcyclists to enjoy greater comfort and ride longer distances since 1987. Meticulously handcrafted in the USA, HeliBars raise handlebars up to 2.5 inches over stock and are up to 4.5 inches closer to riders, depending on the bike brand and model.

Heli Modified President Harry Eddy is looking forward to having HeliBars products represented by the WPS team of 100 road reps visiting dealerships and a dozen inside sales professionals: “Partnering with Western Power Sports is the culmination of work HeliBars has done over the past two years increasing our production capabilities and improving processes. With WPS creating opportunities for dealers  to become more familiar with HeliBars, it will be easier for their customers to enjoy our American-made products.”

“WPS is proud to offer HeliBars to our dealers. It is a long-time, well-respected brand that has not been available through distributors before,” said Dan Lopez, WPS 2/4 Wheel Product Director. “The HeliBars product is such a great concept, allowing motorcyclists to make riding their bikes a more comfortable and enjoyable passion.”

HeliBars’ complete line covers more than 70 models of Japanese, European and American motorcycles: sportbikes, sport tourers, touring bikes and cruisers. Its Horizon, TracStar and Tour Performance products come in one-piece and multi-axis adjustable versions. All preserve a bike’s looks and handling–on everything from back roads to daily commutes; track days to cross-country excursions.

New Heli comfort systems are being introduced for seven bikes this year. They include the BMW K1600GTL, Honda CBR250R and Gold Wing, Kawasaki ZX-14 and ZX-10R, Yamaha FJR1300 and R6.

All HeliBars products are backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee via Heli’s 30-day return policy, come with a one-year warranty and include detailed installation instructions for each motorcycle model.

HeliBars will be exhibiting at the Indy Dealer Expo in booth 545.  Go to HeliBars.com for more information about Helibars’ innovative product line, call 800-859-4642, and keep up with the company on its Facebook page and YouTube channel.

Submitted by PowerPutterMedia

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