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  1. 1 review

    This brake lever is wider than the standard lever and is height adjustable. Features: > Patented height-adjustment mechanism. > Hinged, double-size footplate. > Makes for easier control while standing on the pegs. > Adjusting the height is a no-tools operation - just kick the footplate down before riding off. > Installation should be performed only by authorized BMW Motorrad dealers. > Balck anodized finish. > Made of fine-grained sheet steel.
  2. Traskrider

    BMW Motorrad Tank Bag

    1 review

    Waterproof, expandable main compartment. Splash proof map compartment. Mounts directly onto the fuel tank with snap buckles. Capacities vary by model.
  3. Eric Hall

    BMW Motorrad GS Carbon Helmet

    1 review

    The GS Enduro helmet, with new colour schemes for 2016, is a lightweight helmet perfect for touring. Outer shell made of 100% carbon-fibre reinforced plastic Inner shell made of several sections for optimum shock absorption Double glazed, three-dimensionally curved visor Anti-scratch outer visor Anti-fog inner visor Spoiler and removable sun shield for optimum aerodynamics Effective ventilation system Removable chinbar and dust filter for offroad/hot weather Removable and washable head and cheek pads Neck straps for secure hold BMW communication system compatible Weight approx. 1450 grams with shield and visor
  4. Traskrider

    BMW R1200 GS Adventure (2008)

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    The greatest Bike I've owned to date, Opened a world of back road fun !!
  5. 1 review

    These robust, 2-part crash bars are made of electropolished special steel. Effectively protects cylinders and heads from damage in minor tip overs. Enduro style matches the look of the R1200GS. Weight: approx. 9 lbs. Note: Does NOT fit 2005-13 (air/oil-cooled) R1200GS.
  6. MikeyB

    BMW Motorrad Navigator V

    2 reviews

    The Navigator V was Co-developed by BMW and Garmin International and is an exclusive BMW Motorrad product that does not have a Garmin consumer equivalent that can be used on motorcycles factory equipped with GPS preparation or with the Motorrad exclusive Advance Cradle. BMW Motorrad has taken trip planning to another level with the Navigator V. Featuring a new larger and brighter 5" TFT Display (800 x 480 pixels and 65,000 colors) than the previous generation Navigator IV, the premium-class, Bluetooth-capable GPS navigation system is a reliable guide both on and off-road, whether traveling by motorcycle or automobile. (NOTE: Does not include a bike-specific mounting bracket which is sold separately.) BMW is pleased to announce the Navigator V! Following on the popularity of the NAV IV, the most widely used Motorrad Navigator ever, BMW Motorrad now offers the new Navigator V. Co-developed by BMW and Garmin International, the Navigator V is an exclusive BMW Motorrad product that will not have a Garmin consumer equivalent capable of being used with motorcycles factory equipped with GPS preparation or the Motorrad exclusive Advance Cradle. The Navigator V has many improvements in features and rider convenience over the previous Navigator IV. Overview -Bigger, brighter 5" display (with same external housing dimensions as NAV IV) with improved readability in direct sunlight. -The integrated storage capacity has been doubled compared to NAV IV (8 GB instead 4 GB). -Improved route planning and navigation logic. -Pre-loaded lifetime (LMU) maps for North America. -Pre-loaded North America BMW Dealer Data base. -Optional Garmin Smartphone Link for traffic information in real time, latest weather en-route and more. -A2DP Stereo Bluetooth technology for hands free telephony, turn-by-turn directions and built in media (MP3) player. -Identical attachment mechanism to NAV IV fits in the existing mount of the 2014-on K1600 series (please choose to add the 2014 instrument cover for earlier machines below, and careful with the satellite radio antenna when removing the original panel (thanks Stephen!)). -3.5 mm jack plug (for headphone connection) and MCX socket (for connecting external antenna). -Compatible with Smartphone Link app via Google Play Store (Android) or iOS App Store (Apple) Contents: -BMW Motorrad Navigator V, including integrated lithiumion battery pack -Free North America map updates for life (up to 4 times per year) -Micro-USB cable -Practical carry bag -Screwdriver -Quick start guide, multilingual -Detailed operating instructions as PDF file on the unit -Garmin ISPI brochure (Important Safety and Product Information) BMW Original Parts PDF Brochure
  7. MUNCH, GERMANY - April 18, 2015 - (Motor Sports Newswire) - In the first three months of the year, BMW Motorrad achieved its best quarterly sales figures of all time. As per March sales increased to 31,370 vehicles (previous year: 28,719 units). This is an increase in sales of 9.2 % as compared to the equivalent period last year. In March BMW Motorrad delivered 15,912 motorcycles and Maxi Scooters worldwide (previous year: 15,183 units amounting to a 4.8% growth in sales. Heiner Faust, BMW Motorrad Head of Sales and Marketing: "BMW Motorrad has started into the new 2015 motorcycle season with the best first quarterly sales of all time. For the first time ever in the history of BMW Motorrad we have supplied more than 31,000 vehicles to our customers in the first three months which corresponds to a significant plus of 9.2%. We are reaching more and more customers all over the world with our highly emotional brand and our attractive, sporty bikes. In the first three months we recorded growth in nearly all sales regions. Germany still remains our strongest single market. Selling 5,369 vehicles as per March we increased sales here by 12% as compared to the previous year.” This is followed by the USA (3,229 units), France (3,155 units), Italy (2,936 units) and Great Britain (1,746 units). The first quarter in some of the countries in Southern Europe was especially pleasing. Portugal (+46%) and Spain (+24%) showed considerable growth compared to the previous year period. In the Asian markets too, demand developed very positively. The BMW Motorrad sales ranking is still headed by the R 1200 GS travel enduro and its sister model, the R 1200 GS Adventure. More than 10,000 units have already been delivered to customers this year worldwide. Third place goes to the R 1200 RT, of which 2,681 were sold. After only being on sale for a few weeks the new S 1000 RR already holds fourth place. The fourth generation of the BMW supersports bike got off to an excellent start selling 2,574 units. "We continue to remain on a course of growth and are aiming at surpassing the record results achieved in 2014 again", says Heiner Faust.
  8. MikeyB

    BMW R1200 GS Adventure LC (2014)

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    I love my BMW GS Adv. 'Nuff said. Best fun on two wheels since I had a sport bike. If anything my first thought when I bought it, as I rode away from the dealer, was "So THIS is what I'm missing out on."... Life is just different. And now my ZX10r sits in the garage, a proper race queen, having served me reliably for 27,000 miles... My GSA is not only my daily commute but my escape as well.
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