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Hornig’s fully-accessorised BMW R1200GS

Phil West, 24 May 2012 16:38

This BMW R1200GS has certainly had the book thrown at it – accessories book that it. It’s been fitted out by German accessories company Hornig and features virtually everything they make to show off their current range. So, along with a bigger Ztechnik windshield, there’s everything from rear wheel hub cover, 20mm handlebar risers, bigger brake and gear levers, longer ...

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Can I replace BMW R1200R tyre pressure sensors?

MCN, 26 January 2012 12:02

Q. I have recently bought a 2008 BMW R1200R which has the tyre pressure sensors fitted. I am not keen on the sensors and have a couple of queries regarding them. Can I have normal rubber type tyre valves fitted in place of the hard rigid type fitted at present? Will this affect the pressure sensors that I believe are ...

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Should I replace all the fluids in my long-stood BMW K100RS?

MCN, 26 January 2012 11:49

Q. I have just bought a 1991 BMW K100RS. It has been unused for seven years, has only done a genuine 5000 miles and is in “as-new” condition. The bike was serviced 150 miles ago with new fluids throughout, plus new tyres, and has lived in a dry garage ever since. Is it OK just to stick a fresh battery ...

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BMW Junior Trike

Steve Farrell, 09 November 2011 11:20

BMW Junior Trike, £89.95 Miles covered/time: Five-ish/two months What’s good: To the fevered imagination of a three-year-old, the more realistic a toy the better, so the principal appeal to my son of his “motorbike” is probably that it looks a bit like Daddy’s. It’s obvious he finds fun in details like the engine and exhausts, which he’s always touching and ...

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StompGrip now available for BMW S1000RR

Marc Abbott, 16 June 2010 10:50

StompGrip pads are designed to help improve machine control and riding technique, as well as helping to reduce fatigue, by making it easier for you to grip your bike with your knees. Save cash on motorcycle products The adhesive pads won't damage paintwork when removed, and are manufactured from a non-abrasive material, which won't damage leathers. They are available in ...

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Carbon wheels for fast BMWs

Marc Abbott, 08 April 2009 12:12

BST has just released this new Black Panther design carbon wheel for the latest range of BMWs. Performance enhancing claims are big – the South African company boasts a 5kg weight saving over the standard wheels. Compare and buy motorcycle products BMW motorcycles for sale That means better grip thanks to the reduced unsprung weight, better braking and acceleration performance ...

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Free panniers with BMW R1200GS

Andy Downes, 01 April 2009 17:29

BMW is giving away free panniers with every new R1200GS and R1200GS Adventure from April 1 to the end of September 2009. The panniers are worth £459 on the regular GS and £603 on the Adventure. BMW is also offering ‘Luggage Packs on the GS range which give better value. The BMW information states: Customers purchasing a new R 1200 ...

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Bike accessory advice : BMW R1100GS replacement handlebars

Chris Dabbs, 02 March 2009 11:19

MCN expert Chris Dabbs is here to answer any questions you have on anything bike related. If you have any questions, ask an expert here Q. MY 1996 BMW R1100GS handlebars are looking rather rusty and tatty. I would like to change them to some tasty Renthal Fat Bars if possible. Can this be done whilst retaining the original heated ...

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BMW unveils System 6 flip front helmet

Michael Carroll, 16 December 2008 17:30

BMW is taking the strain out of flip-front helmets, with what it says is its lightest and quietest flip front helmet yet. The System 6 has a glass-fibre shell that’s available in two sizes – a 1570 gram small, and 1670 gram large – and uses advanced aerodynamics to reduce wind noise. An extra strap around the base of the lid ...

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BMW R1100GS for the kids

Michael Carroll, 15 December 2008 16:42

This kid’s bike is every bit as rugged as the BMW R1100GS it’s modelled on. The BMW Junior bike is designed for children aged 3-5 years, and is driven by a pair of pedals on the front wheel. It’s made from tough plastic, and costs £79 from BMW Dealers.

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