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Touratech BMW R1200GS Protection Pieces: New Colors

BMW R 1200 GS Touratech Accessories

Touratech crash bars, upper crash bar extensions and skid plate for the BMW R1200GS adventure bike are now available in silver and black.

These Touratech protection pieces for the BMW R 1200 GS are made from stainless steel and lightweight aluminum, and offer the ultimate in engine protection.

Paul Guillien (General Manager, Touratech-USA) says: “Over the years, Touratech customers have asked for color options when selecting protection pieces for their adventure motorcycles. Well, you asked for it and Touratech has delivered! The crash bars and skid plate for the R1200GS are available in both silver and black colors.”

Following are the Touratech protection accessories for the BMW R1200GS:

BMW R1200GS Crash Bars (Black) – $424

Made from 25mm (1″) stainless steel, Touratech crash bars are designed to transfer impact to the strongest parts of the chassis while simultaneously protecting the cylinder heads and engine case. Additionally, the stainless steel material ensures these bars will never show signs of rust or corrosion. Available in our new black epoxy-coated finish, Touratech crash bars look particularly good on BMW’s Triple Black R1200GS! http://www.touratech-usa.com/Store/PN-051-056X/Crash-Bars-BMW-R1200GS-2004-on

BMW R1200GS Skid Plate (Black) – $261.80

Touratech’s skid plate is crafted from lightweight aluminum and is welded in the corners to increase strength. Featuring a low profile deign, Touratech’s skid plate for the R1200GS is designed to maximize ground clearance and uses bonded-rubber isolators to ensure a reliable connection. Measuring 24″ long, protection extends from the front exhaust crossover all the way back to the center-stand, protecting the catalytic converter and allowing the bike to slide over tall obstacles. http://www.touratech-usa.com/Store/PN-044-072X/Aluminum-Skid-Plate-BMW-R1200GS-ADV-2006-on

BMW R1200GS Upper Fairing Crash Bars (Black) – $327.20

Touratech’s Upper Fairing Crash Bars for the R1200GS are made from 25mm (1″) stainless steel and are engineered to absorb the impact of a tip-over. The Upper Fairing Crash Bars will protect your BMW’s expensive plastic fairing pieces and fuel tank and are designed to be used along with Touratech’s lower crash bars, as well as BMW’s OEM crash bars for the R1200GS. http://www.touratech-usa.com/Store/PN-044-516X/Upper-Fairing-Crash-Bars-BMW-R1200GS-2008-on

To see all of the Touratech accessories available for the BMW R1200GS, click here.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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