Join Date: May 2016
Location: Newark, Delaware
Your levers may be fine, but just to make sure, most riders have their levers set too high, which causes wrist and/or blood-flow issues for some. I blame dealers for setting them way too high off the showroom floor. Rotate the levers down until your forearms, wrists, hands are in line when you're covering the levers with your fingers (which means they're probably curled slightly) when you're in your normal seating position. It's difficult to get it spot on when standing still, so take the appropriate tool with you on a ride so you can do some trial-and-error adjustments. If you also ride off-road, you may want to rotate the levers down even a touch further so they're in a good position for standing up.
2015 Versys 650 ABS
AMA, MSTA, Retreads
Nat'l Cycle "Sport-Touring" screen; Givi hand guards; BMW Sport Grips; Omni-Cruise throttle lock; Motowerk mirror extenders, side stand foot & highway pegs; Denali Mini Soundbomb horn; SW-Motech top rack, Quick-Lock Evo side racks, wide foot pegs & GPS shelf; Givi E-22 side cases & V-47 top case; RKA 13L Shiloh Road tank bag; Hyper-Lites; Sargent seat; Shoodaben ECU reflash; decalectomy.