New 'Strom, already wrist issues
I just picked up my well-farkled 2008 DL650 yesterday and already I'm noticing some issues. The bike has every upgrade I thought I could want including bar-back risers for the handlebars which I imagined would give me a more upright posture (which I want) but instead I'm getting numb hands and some wrist pain from the angle. I'm guessing these are the stock bars w/ an obviously nonstock riser, but I think I need something that pulls back a bit more - I'm leaning forward a tad bit which is likely putting pressures on my wrist they've never experienced. Given that my last bike was an old mid-size tourer (81 Honda Silverwing 500, think a naked baby Goldwing) with what basically equated to (stock) miniature ape-hangers, this sitting position is new for my wrists. My boyfriend also pointed out that if I do get bigger bars, I'm going to need a bunch of new cables also as these are about to their limit.
Should I give my wrist some time to acclimate in the hopes it'll get better (I don't think that's going to happen, this wrist has been giving me trouble at work but the Strom is the first bike I've felt it on)? It's paining me on the inside top of my left (clutch) hand. Any thoughts on more pull-backy bars I can trade up to? Advice or pictures would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
1981 GL500 Silverwing
2008 Wee-Strom 650 - bright "Look at me!" yellow