- Owner brian.havoc1
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- Odometer 56000 Miles
BMW R1200 GS (2005)
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ReviewGreat price and custom-made due to my old-school SW Mototech crashbars not being compatible with any serious bashplates on the market today. 2HE (find him on AOLrider.com!) did an awesome job of custom-fabbing this bash plate and centerstand plate, k
Cyclops Adventure Sports H7 2400 lumen LED Headlight Bulb$50.00ReviewVery happy with this mod. Thumbs up to Darryl and Cyclops!
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CategoryLast UpdatedReviewVery happy with my Rick Mayer solo vinyl seat for the balance of cost and durability. Works great for road days and survives well with a coating of dirt and dust. Price was much better at the rally. I don't make anything of the intra-family politic
ReviewI give it a 4/5 due to the rather nonsensical expense for something this simple. Still, it's something you need if you're serious about riding off-road and you're not always the fastest in your group!
ReviewWhat I love about this battery is that it has 4 terminals (each with a top and a front hole for the bolt). First, you can never accidentally buy a battery with the terminals reversed. Simply turn the battery around. Second, if I'm not running a fus
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewThis works...so long as you set it up. There will be some discovery learning (which is code for, "You'll screw up a few times.") My number one complaint is that I have a hard time importing GPX tracks over a certain number of points. This
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewAdding this rear shock absolutely transformed my 2005 R1200GS with 55k miles on the clock. The old OEM wasn't able to keep up with the abuse I was heaping on it, and I was advised by several people that the OEM is basically worn out at 35k miles when
ReviewI have an old version of these lower crashbars on my 2005 R1200GS. They are incredibly beefy, aided by a lower crossbar that actually runs *beneath* the bashplate. Makes sliding over obstacles harder as you obviously get hung up on the crashbar, and worse, it makes it virtually impossible to find a bash plate that fits. Not even SW-Motech makes one! Only Twin Headlight Ernie, an Inmate at ADV, fabs them. See my review on his bash plate.
Despite these drawbacks, the bars have saved me in MANY spills. the scars on the undersides are pretty telling. It finally took an impact on rocks at around 40mph to drive the left side inward far enough to crush a couple of vanes on my left cylinder cover, and yet, the bars are still functional.