- Owner Eric Hall
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- Price $17250.00
- Odometer 54000 Miles
BMW R1200 GS Adventure (2011)
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ReviewPretty much any aftermarket shock will transform a bike into a completely new ride. This Wilbers was no exception. It was sprung and valved for my weight by Ted Porter. This front shock has performed very well under some pretty severe off road riding.
ReviewCompletely transforms this bike into a new riding experience. This was sprung for my weight and has performed very well. Rebuilt once in 35k miles (not unusual) and covered under warranty.
ReviewI had another aftermarket skid plate that unfortunately didn't perform for me, so I went with the Black Dog Cycle Works plate and have NEVER had an issue. It's not just the construction (rock solid) but the way it attaches (to the frame) and not
ReviewMy boot hits this pretty hard and this one is much tougher than OEM.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewThis is the first farkle I ever bought! It was actually a Christmas gift. Two things: One is a bigger foot print keeps your bike from tipping over when parked over softer ground, which happens all the time. Two is it's easier for your boot to
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewThis system provides a HUGE and flexible system for hauling all kinds of things. I like it because I can put a larger dry bag up there and not have to bring my panniers when riding the tougher off road sections. It will also hold a huge cooler for pavem
ReviewI hit a rock while riding in Death Valley and it bent my OEM bars too far to the right to fix. They were pushing my tank in and touching the forks, so I decided on a new set of bars. These bars are 1" thick stainless steel, attach very sturdily and
ReviewAs with the lower bars, I got these to replace the OEM ones I bent in Death Valley. They are 1" stainless steel and hand TIG welded, so very strong. I was also able to mount my Rigid D2 lights in a great spot that's out of the way from being da
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewI bought my Rigid's from Black Dog Cycle Works along with their 1" bar clamp ($79.95) and had Lior install them directly into the existing aux light switch. These babies are B R I G H T! Very good for off-road at night. I actually pre
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewThis bag has been pretty good for me. Like all zippered products, you need to take care to clean the dirt out and wax them periodically. I've had a small issue with the zipper on one side but Harold at Giant Loop has insisted I return it for replace
ReviewMy OEM aluminum cylinder guards quickly got bent up, scratched, dented, pulled aside, etc... so I got these from MachineArtMoto. I think they not only look better, but perform better as well. They are very sturdy and well-made. The inside has rubber pa
ReviewThe OEM handguards for the BMW GSA are okay, but not that great. They break pretty frequently. I do a lot of off road stuff in the desert and don't really want to find out the hard way how weak the OEM guards are, so I got these Storm guards from Ba
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewThe good: Pretty much the standard dual sport GPS receiver. Very rugged, dependable, relatively easy to use.
The bad: Only holds 20 tracks of 500 points or less, so you have to be choosy which tracks you load, as well as use the filter featu
ReviewGot these after a rear failure on my Wilbers and I'm completely blown away. My bike was transformed by new shocks once and now again with these TFX. Most shocks are made in The Netherlands and it's quite incestuous; they all share similar designs and parts. What makes TFX unique is the level of quality of those parts is top of the line. I'd say TFX and Tractive (Touratech's new Extreme shock) are the best for big bikes, period.