This Week at AIME: HeliBars® Launching BMW R1200GS Horizon Handlebars and Seeking Qualified Dealers to Participate in Certified Installer Program

CORNISH, ME – October 15, 2015 – (Motor Sports Newswire) –  HeliBars®, America’s leader in replacement motorcycle handlebars and riser systems for more than 25 years, is set to make waves at this week’s American International Motorcycle Expo (AIMExpo), in Orlando with innovative products and a unique dealer program at booth #2055.

The company is launching a new Horizon handlebar setup for BMW’s latest R1200GS and seeking qualified dealers to partner with Heli as Factory Certified HeliBars Installers.

Trade professionals, media and consumers are encouraged to stop by to throw a leg over what is now the world’s most ergonomically correct ADV machine to see and feel for themselves the striking improvement that HeliBars’ patented, multi-axis adjustment system makes to the big Beemer’s rider triangle.

A wide selection of HeliBars’ innovative TracStar, Horizon and Horizon ST handlebar systems to fit bikes of all shapes, sizes and genres will be front and center, but the booth will be packing some serious American muscle–the V-4-powered Motus MST.

This unique, homegrown, sport-tourer comes from the company’s Birmingham, Alabama factory with Heli’s, adjustable, multi-axis Horizon handlebars as standard equipment.

Revolutionary Handlebar Design for More Than 25 Years
HeliBars high-performance replacement handlebars and riser systems have given motorcyclists that extra ability to log millions of miles in greater comfort and for longer periods.

The company designs and manufactures more than 70 products that improve the ergonomics and performance of Japanese, European and American touring bikes, sport tourers, sportbikes and cruisers, while preserving their original looks.

More Information
Please visit booth #2055, for more information about HeliBars’ innovative product line or call 800-859-4642. Additional company-related news is available on its Facebook page and YouTube channel.