Headache

This aggressive backrest will hit ‘em right between the eyes.

If you’re looking for a sissy bar that you and your girl will both love, you’ve come to the right place. Resurrection Chopper Gear’s custom sissy bars offer the best of both worlds: they’re eye-catching works of art that will add to the look of your custom bike, and they also provide superior comfort and safety for your passenger.

Our custom-designed universal backrests are all individually laser cut from ¼” hardened steel and triple chrome plated, giving you a unique sissy bar that’s handcrafted and built to last. Even if your motorcycle isn’t already set up with a sissy bar receiver, the universal Resurrection sissy bar easily installs on almost any bike – one seat or two. With just a few simple steps you’ll have your sissy bar installed in secured in minutes. That means you can eliminate downtime and the expense of taking your bike into the shop, and hit the road in style in no time.

Whether you’re looking for just a sissy bar or your girl wants a pillion pad for added comfort, Resurrection can help. All of our sissy bars are available with a companion non-slip, upholstered pillion pad, featuring a version of the premium AirHawk cushioning system for best-in-class comfort. Resurrection Chopper Gear is the only place you’ll find this kind of custom artwork combined with superior comfort.

For more information about how simple it is to install and maintain for your universal Resurrection sissy bar, check out our free Installation and Care Guide now.

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.

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Includes

  • Sissy Bar

    Headache
  • Accessories

    Pillion Pad
    Mounting Hardware
  • Warranty

    One Year Limited Warranty

$544.95

  • Plus $22.25 shipping

    $567.20 Total

Tech Specs

Width

9"

Height

8.5"

Installation Guides

Learn how to install your solo sissy bar

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