Motorcycles are a one-size-fits-all device from the factory. Shorter people, people with shorter arms or operators who changes the grips from the longer factory grips to what is called ISO grips, which are shorter, find the length and position of the handlebars uncomfortable. The operator has to lean forward each time a turn is encountered, to turn the handlebars as far as required to maneuver the motorcycle. This invention, Motorcycle Riser Handlebars extensions, raises the handlebars up and repositions them rearward, allowing the operator more bend in the elbow and the ability to operate the motorcycle in a more upright position. The operator can safely turn the handlebars as far as required, comfortably making the operator safer. The riser extensions are fastened under the original factory risers and the original bolts and nuts are replaced with longer bolts and locknuts and are tightened to the original factory torque specifications of the originals.