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Morning to all,

I have looked for general info on rider height and while I have found the seat height of the H2 I haven't seen any real mention from people on how they sit on the bike. I can't sit on one locally to see how it fits so my question is I have a 33" inseam and overall height of 5'8".

Is that going to be a "tip toe" situation or? Thank you in advance.
 

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I am 5' 8" and 175 lbs.

The bike fits me fine, and is quite comfortable for 250 mile rides.

More comfortable than my 2012 BMW s1000rr or 2016 zx10r.
 

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if you have trouble touching your toes just do what this little guy does:


watch his technique as he lets out the clutch to get the bike rolling and then jumps on.
brilliant!
 

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Just use the link I sent and try to add an old bike, and then the H2 and hit compare. You can gauge how far your feet were down on the old bike versus the H2.

NOLA
 

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Morning to all,

I have looked for general info on rider height and while I have found the seat height of the H2 I haven't seen any real mention from people on how they sit on the bike. I can't sit on one locally to see how it fits so my question is I have a 33" inseam and overall height of 5'8".

Is that going to be a "tip toe" situation or? Thank you in advance.
I wouldn't worry. If you do feel the H2 is a little high you can always fit a set of Brock's window links and set it to suit you.
 

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Morning to all,

I have looked for general info on rider height and while I have found the seat height of the H2 I haven't seen any real mention from people on how they sit on the bike. I can't sit on one locally to see how it fits so my question is I have a 33" inseam and overall height of 5'8".

Is that going to be a "tip toe" situation or? Thank you in advance.
SupportThe Second,

Bob C is correct, our window links can help - but you can also use our entire Lowering Kit:

Window Links: https://www.brocksperformance.com/Window-Link-Set-Adjustable-+I240798+C40.aspx
Riser Kit (to lower the front end): https://www.brocksperformance.com/Steering-Damper-Riser-Kit-+I930424+C40.aspx
And Billet adjustable Kickstand: https://www.brocksperformance.com/Billet-Adjustable-BrockSTAND-Black+I962777+C261.aspx


Brock
Brocks Performance
 
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