Slay the open road with this fire-breathing sissy bar.

Ready to invest in a sissy bar for your girl, but not sure about leaving your motorcycle in the shop for days, or how it’s going to look on your custom bike? Resurrection Chopper Gear’s next-generation Aggressive sissy bar line offers a stylish and comfortable solution that you and your passenger are both sure to love.

We’re pushing the design edge of our original sissy bar line forward, offering backrests that feature the same stunning artwork as before, but with a unique 3-D effect and a comfortable back cushion for her. That means you’ll get a stylish alternative to the usual sissy bars on the market, and she’ll get a comfortable seat that’s safe, secure and built to last.

Our hand-stitched back cushions are 6.5” in diameter and hit right at the small of the back, where she needs support most. They make a great background to show off your artfully designed backrest, and are also available paired with a comfortable pillion pad, for those with a solo seat, that features AirHawk’s premium air cushion system.

Both our original line of sissy bars and these next-generation designs are all handcrafted in the USA from ¼” hardened steel, and triple chrome-plated artplate for a premium look. Our Aggressive line sissy bars and pillion pads install easily whether you have a solo or two up seat, so no matter what kind of motorcycle you’re outfitting, Resurrection’s products are sure to be a great fit.

Download our Installation and Care Guide or check out our video today to find out how simple installing your Resurrection sissy bar will be!

Let's configure your Sissy Bar

It's simple, just select which kind of seat configuration your bike has. If you need help, use our options guide, or call us at 314.220.7012.



  • Sissy Bar

  • Accessories

    Pillion Pad
    Mounting Hardware
  • Warranty

    One Year Limited Warranty


  • Plus $22.25 shipping

    $647.20 Total

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Installation Guides

Learn how to install your solo sissy bar

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