The BMW R1200GS is an incredible motorbike in its original factory spec, but Hornig have given the adventure bike their own spin with their latest customisation.
Taking the 2018 model as a starting point, the German parts manufacturer added a host of embellishments, including mirror extensions, side stand foot enlargement, crash protection and a modified seat.
To improve the already luxurious comfort of the original bike, the screen has been replaced to reduce noise, and bar risers have been used to improve the riding position.
Enhancing the adventurous side of the GS, Hornig have added non-slip pedals and a GPS mount. Luggage improvements come in the form of new pannier mounts and panniers, and a 20-litre tank bag.
Not all of the changes are practical, the style of the bike has improved too. A blue paintjob with neon yellow accents aims to jazz up the BMW’s image, along with matching details on the seat and rims. They've also added a Remus 8 exhaust.
Various guards and protectors have been added with the aim of improving the reliability by preventing damage to crucial areas such as fillers and reservoirs.
All the products used in the conversion can be found on the Hornig website.