2006 BMW R1200GS Adventure

2006 BMW R1200GS Adventure

2006 BMW R1200GS Adventure

2006 BMW R1200GS Adventure

2006 BMW R1200GS Adventure

THE NEW BMW R 1200 GS ADVENTURE

The following information is an English translation of the German press kit and some information and specifications may not apply to the U.S. models.

1. Technical Features and Highlights.
Launching the R 1200 GS Adventure, BMW Motorrad is proudly pre¬senting the latest version of the ultimate long-distance enduro for the globetrotter
and adventurer. Apart from the unique synthesis of dynamic performance,
touring and offroad qualities so characteristic of the “basic” model, the R 1200 GS Adventure offers additional offroad qualities and an even higher standard of long-distance riding comfort. So without requiring any supplementary features, this new model from BMW Motorrad gives the rider all these unique qualities in full straight from the factory.

Compared with its predecessor, the R 1150 GS Adventure, the new model is entering the market with numerous improvements and a far larger range of standard equipment – features adding further potential to the unique qualities of the BMW R 1200 GS Adventure and clearly distinguishing the new model from the basic version which naturally still remains in production. Many features previously only available as special equipment or accessories now come as standard on the new R 1200 GS Adventure, such as the 33-litre (7.3 Imp gal) fuel tank, a new windshield for enhanced protection from wind and weather, the seat adjustable for height, robust tank and engine protection hoops, as well as extra-wide rider footrests combined with adjustable gearshift and brake levers.

With the new Adventure being based on the R 1200 GS, the rider also benefits from significantly more power and torque from BMW Motorrad’s latest two-cylinder boxer: maximum output is 74 kW/100 hp at 7,000 rpm (72 kW/98 hp at 7,000 rpm in the German version), peak torque is 115 Nm/85 lb-ft at 5,500 rpm.

The other technical features and highlights of the R 1200 GS Adventure are also the same as on the current “basic” model. Using lighter components on the engine, transmission and exhaust damper, as well as weight-optimised components such as the frame, suspension and wheels, the new R 1200 GS Adventure, despite a wider range of series equipment, does not weigh much more than the previous “basic” model.

Last but certainly not least, the new six-speed gearbox, the most recent Paralever and Telelever technology, new instruments in digital technology and the on-board network with CAN bus technology represent a significant step into the future compared with the former R 1150 GS Adventure.

The new R 1200 GS Adventure continues the successful design concept introduced by the former model, offering a unique combination of dynamic performance and robust riding qualities. High-quality materials and surfaces such as stainless steel and aluminium ensure a unique touch of clear high-tech and very functional elegance. And depending on his personal preferences, the customer can choose from two entirely different colour schemes.

Reflecting its wide range of use and riding qualities, the new R 1200 GS comes with an equally wide range special equipment and accessories. Features available right from the factory include BMW Motorrad Integral ABS (a partly integrated, on-demand anti-lock brake system), special offroad tyres, additional headlights, and an on-board computer.

Over and above these features available straight off the production line,
the BMW Motorcycle Dealer is also able to offer a new range of aluminium cases, the BMW Motorrad Navigator, as well as numerous practical accessories enabling the customer to upgrade his machine individually according to personal requirements and the particular riding conditions and demands he – or she – expects to encounter.

Improved in all areas and in every respect, the new R 1200 GS Adventure
is certainly a very proud successor to the former 1150-cc model. Based on
the “standard” version of the R 1200 GS, this new machine is not only the ultimate long- and short-distance enduro for the globetrotter, the adventurer and traveller, but also a professional machine for bold riders participating in overland expeditions and demanding the utmost of both themselves and their material. And last but certainly not least, the new R 1200 GS Adventure appeals to the discerning customer looking for impressive handling qualities and a striking appearance also in everyday life.

The most important highlights of the new R 1200 GS Adventure versus the “standard” R 1200 GS:

• 33-litre (7.3 Imp gal) fuel tank.
• Larger windshield.
• Tank, engine and valve cover protectors.
• Stainless-steel luggage rack.
• Adjustable seat with offroad ergonomics.
• Adjustable aluminium handlebar with hand protectors.
• Longer spring travel for superior offroad qualities.
• Cross-spoke wheels.
• Extra-wide rider footrests, adjustable gearshift and brake levers.
• High-performance 720 W alternator.

The most significant technical highlights of the new R 1200 GS Adventure versus the former R 1150 GS Adventure:
• Substantial reduction in weight.
• Significant increase in output (plus 15 per cent) and torque
(plus 17 per cent).
• New six-speed manual gearbox.
• New Evo-Paralever with TDD spring struts.
• New Telelever.
• New instruments in digital technology with Info-Flatscreen.
• On-board single-wire network using CAN bus technology.
• Electronic immobiliser.

33-litre fuel tank – more miles on one tank of fuel.
Without doubt, one of the most conspicuous and significant new features on the R 1200 GS Adventure is the large fuel tank with useful capacity of 33 litres (7.3 Imp gals) including approximately 4 litres reserve. This means that the rider benefits from an extra 13 litres or almost 3 Imp gals more than on the standard model – and the increase in fuel capacity is also approximately three litres over the former R 1150 GS Adventure, where a larger tank was available only as an option.

At a steady speed of 90 km/h or 56 mph, the R 1200 GS Adventure has a – theoretical – cruising range of 750 kilometres or 465 miles. In practice, this means that the rider of the new R 1200 GS Adventure is able to cover even longer distances between stops for refueling than on any other competition model in the market.

Extra-large windshield for superior comfort also at high speeds.
With its carefully conceived design, the new windshield diverts the flow of
air smoothly past the rider with hardly any turbulence or air swirl, thus effectively taking the usual forces off the rider’s head and upper body particularly at high speeds. Additional, specially designed flaps behind the windshield serve furthermore to minimise any draughts in the kidney area. And since the windshield is adjustable for angle, it offers riders of virtually any size excellent protection from wind and weather in all cases.

Tank, engine and valve cover protection – no damage from minor bumps.
Stable and robust stainless-steel pipes protect the fuel tank and en¬gine effectively from the consequences of involuntary encounters whether offroad or on the tarmac. And at the same time high-quality aluminium covers help to avoid any traces of tough riding conditions which might otherwise be left behind on the valve covers.

Stainless-steel luggage rack – attractively styled and highly practical.
Robust and practical fastening points and supports for the rider’s bags
are absolutely essential for an offroader with the qualities of a genuine global traveller. Precisely this is why the new R 1200 GS Adventure comes with a generously designed and stable luggage rack made of stainless steel perfectly accommodating, say, the optional aluminium topcase.

Adjustable seat – just right for offroad riding.
To ensure an optimum seating position under all conditions, the two-section seat on the new R 1200 GS Adventure can be adjusted to two different levels on the rider’s area. In its upper position with seat height of 915 millimetres or 36.0´´, the seat offers the rider all the comfort of an absolutely flat seat area without any steps in between, thus guaranteeing the freedom of movement the rider requires particularly off the beaten track. In its lower position, the seat moves down to a level of 895 millimetres or 35.2´´, making it easier for even the somewhat shorter rider to reach the road and hold the machine securely in position, for example when stopping at the traffic lights. This is also enhanced by the particular shape and design of the seat itself, which is distinctly narrowed at the front.

Aluminium handlebar with hand protectors.
The high-quality, conified handlebar made of light alloy comes complete with
a foam protection element embedded in a special plastic material. Practical hand protectors are also a standard feature on the new R 1200 GS Adventure. Extra-wide rider footrests and adjustable gearshift and brake levers.

Reflecting its enhanced offroad riding qualities, the new R 1200 GS Adventure comes with extra-wide rider footrests offering a particularly safe and secure position and helping the rider above all on rough tracks requiring him – or her – to stand up on the machine most of the time. Adjustable gearshift and brake levers also meet all kinds of varying requirements, adjusting to various styles of riding and individual preferences as well as various kinds of shoes or boots, for example touring or offroad riding boots. The height of the footbrake lever can be adjusted most conveniently by a folding mechanism on the pedal surface, the gearshift lever is adjusted by means of an eccentric kinematic unit.

Spring units and cross-spoke wheels for enhanced offroad qualities.
The suspension and running gear of the R 1200 GS Adventure is perfectly prepared even for the toughest offroad requirements, with an extra 20 millimetres or 0.79´´ spring travel both front and rear versus the “standard” R 1200 GS. And to offer optimum wheel guidance, the new Adventure features the same superior lightweight elements already boasted by the
R 1200 GS.

The Telelever featured on the front wheel measures 41 millimetres or 1.61´´ in diameter on its fixed tube, while the Evo-Paralever at the rear boasts a central spring strut and travel-dependent damping unit (TDD) – the more the spring strut is compressed, the firmer the damper becomes. Detailed information on the frame and suspension is provided in the R 1200 GS press kit.

The new R 1200 GS Adventure comes as standard on BMW Motorrad’s proven, extra-strong cross-spoke wheels offering their superior benefits particularly on extreme tracks, at high offroad speeds, and under high permanent loads and it almost goes without saying that the machine may be fitted with tubeless tyres, just as the spokes can be replaced individually one-by-one.

The frame – maximum stability on minimum weight.
Maximum stiffness and strength are the outstanding features of the two-piece steel-tube frame based on the tubular frame structure of the R 1200 GS.

The front and main frame come directly from the R 1200 GS, the rear frame has been slightly modified in its geometric configuration on the supports for the main and side stands. The extra-light tubular structure integrates the entire power unit as a load-bearing element, helping to further reduce the weight of the new R 1200 GS Adventure versus its predecessor. And last but not least, the modified main stand holder now enables the rider to lift up and park the machine even more easily and conveniently than before. High-performance alternator – more power reserves for additional power-consuming items.

Electrical power-consuming items fitted additionally as special equipment also receive a reliable supply of energy thanks to the alternator on the R 1200 GS upgraded to 720 W, 120 W more than on the “standard” version. Power unit – superior power for superior drive qualities.

The flat-twin power unit complete with a balance shaft introduced for the first time on the “basic” R 1200 GS also serves to give the new Adventure superior power and performance. Maximum output from this 1,170-cc engine is 74 KW/100 bhp at 7,000 rpm (or, on the German version, 72 kW/98 bhp at 7,000 rpm), with torque peaking at 115 Nm/85 lb-ft at 5,500 rpm. Again, the most important features and all technical details of this superior drivetrain are described in detail in the R 1200 GS press kit.

Six-speed gearbox carried over from the R 1200 GS.
The extra-light and smooth-running six-speed dog-type gearbox with helical gearing has again been carried over from the R 1200 GS.

Instruments and on-board electrics – digital technology of the highest standard.
Again, the new R 1200 GS Adventure offers all the features and equipment already boasted by the “basic” model when it comes to the machine’s instruments and on-board electrics. This includes extra-light instrumentation using the Info-Flatscreen, an innovative on-board network in CAN-bus technology, and an electronic immo¬biliser.

Body and design – conveying a clear message in every respect.
At very first sight, the new R 1200 GS Adventure conveys a look of dynamic performance and agile power, combining these superior features with all the robust qualities of an Enduro. High-quality materials and surfaces such as blast-treated stainless steel on the fuel tank and engine protection hoops as well as on the luggage rack, plus eloxy-plated aluminium on the rims and knee covers, give the entire machine a superior look of technical, functional elegance, at the same time emphasising the superior level of quality characterising the new R 1200 GS Adventure.

The colour concept also stands for aesthetic design and powerful character, clearly demonstrating the progress made over the former model.

The customer is therefore able to choose from two colour schemes:
Opting for Alpine White non-metallic, the rider will enjoy the classic colour
of a BMW GS combined with the seat in Black and Red as well as knee covers with Black eloxy plating.

Paintwork in White Aluminium matt metallic, in turn, is supplemented by the seat in Black Grey and Olive-coloured knee covers in magnesium eloxy-plated aluminium. This combination emanates a touch of cool technical elegance, harmonising perfectly with the machine’s other metallic components such as the roll bars or aluminium cases.

33-litre fuel tank – more miles on one tank of fuel.
Without doubt, one of the most conspicuous and significant new features on the R 1200 GS Adventure is the large fuel tank with useful capacity of 33 litres (7.3 Imp gals) including approximately 4 litres reserve. This means that the rider benefits from an extra 13 litres or almost 3 Imp gals more than on the standard model – and the increase in fuel capacity is also approximately three litres over the former R 1150 GS Adventure, where a larger tank was available only as an option.

At a steady speed of 90 km/h or 56 mph, the R 1200 GS Adventure has a – theoretical – cruising range of 750 kilometres or 465 miles. In practice, this means that the rider of the new R 1200 GS Adventure is able to cover even longer distances between stops for refueling than on any other competition model in the market. Extra-large windshield for superior comfort also at high speeds.

With its carefully conceived design, the new windshield diverts the flow of
air smoothly past the rider with hardly any turbulence or air swirl, thus effectively taking the usual forces off the rider’s head and upper body particularly at high speeds. Additional, specially designed flaps behind the windshield serve furthermore to minimise any draughts in the kidney area. And since the windshield is adjustable for angle, it offers riders of virtually any size excellent protection from wind and weather in all cases. Tank, engine and valve cover protection – no damage from minor bumps.

Stable and robust stainless-steel pipes protect the fuel tank and engine effectively from the consequences of involuntary encounters whether offroad or on the tarmac. And at the same time high-quality aluminium covers help to avoid any traces of tough riding conditions which might otherwise be left behind on the valve covers.

Stainless-steel luggage rack – attractively styled and highly practical.

Robust and practical fastening points and supports for the rider’s bags
are absolutely essential for an offroader with the qualities of a genuine global traveller. Precisely this is why the new R 1200 GS Adventure comes with a generously designed and stable luggage rack made of stainless steel perfectly accommodating, say, the optional aluminium topcase.

Adjustable seat – just right for offroad riding.
To ensure an optimum seating position under all conditions, the two-section seat on the new R 1200 GS Adventure can be adjusted to two different levels on the rider’s area. In its upper position with seat height of 915 millimetres or 36.0´´, the seat offers the rider all the comfort of an absolutely flat seat area without any steps in between, thus guaranteeing the freedom of movement the rider requires particularly off the beaten track. In its lower position, the seat moves down to a level of 895 millimetres or 35.2´´, making it easier for even the somewhat shorter rider to reach the road and hold the machine securely in position, for example when stopping at the traffic lights. This is also enhanced by the particular shape and design of the seat itself, which is distinctly narrowed at the front.

Aluminium handlebar with hand protectors.
The high-quality, conified handlebar made of light alloy comes complete with
a foam protection element embedded in a special plastic material. Practical hand protectors are also a standard feature on the new R 1200 GS Adventure.

Extra-wide rider footrests and adjustable gearshift and brake levers.
Reflecting its enhanced offroad riding qualities, the new R 1200 GS Adventure comes with extra-wide rider footrests offering a particularly safe and secure position and helping the rider above all on rough tracks requiring him – or her – to stand up on the machine most of the time. Adjustable gearshift and brake levers also meet all kinds of varying requirements, adjusting to various styles of riding and individual preferences as well as various kinds of shoes or boots,
for example touring or offroad riding boots. The height of the footbrake lever can be adjusted most conveniently by a folding mechanism on the pedal surface, the gearshift lever is adjusted by means of an eccentric kinematic unit.

Spring units and cross-spoke wheels for enhanced offroad qualities.
The suspension and running gear of the R 1200 GS Adventure is perfectly prepared even for the toughest offroad requirements, with an extra 20 millimetres or 0.79´´ spring travel both front and rear versus the “standard” R 1200 GS. And to offer optimum wheel guidance, the new Adventure features the same superior lightweight elements already boasted by the
R 1200 GS.

The Telelever featured on the front wheel measures 41 millimetres or 1.61´´ in diameter on its fixed tube, while the Evo-Paralever at the rear boasts a central spring strut and travel-dependent damping unit (TDD) – the more the spring strut is compressed, the firmer the damper becomes. Detailed information on the frame and suspension is provided in the R 1200 GS press kit.

The new R 1200 GS Adventure comes as standard on BMW Motorrad’s proven, extra-strong cross-spoke wheels offering their superior benefits particularly on extreme tracks, at high offroad speeds, and under high permanent loads and it almost goes without saying that the machine may be fitted with tubeless tyres, just as the spokes can be replaced individually
one-by-one.

The frame – maximum stability on minimum weight.
Maximum stiffness and strength are the outstanding features of the two-piece steel-tube frame based on the tubular frame structure of the R 1200 GS.

The front and main frame come directly from the R 1200 GS, the rear frame has been slightly modified in its geometric configuration on the supports for the main and side stands. The extra-light tubular structure integrates the entire power unit as a load-bearing element, helping to further reduce the weight of the new R 1200 GS Adventure versus its predecessor. And last but not least, the modified main stand holder now enables the rider to lift up and park the machine even more easily and conveniently than before.

High-performance alternator – more power reserves for additional power-consuming items.
Electrical power-consuming items fitted additionally as special equipment also receive a reliable supply of energy thanks to the alternator on the
R 1200 GS upgraded to 720 W, 120 W more than on the “standard” version.
Power unit – superior power for superior drive qualities.

The flat-twin power unit complete with a balance shaft introduced for the first time on the “basic” R 1200 GS also serves to give the new Adventure superior power and performance. Maximum output from this 1,170-cc engine is 74 KW/100 bhp at 7,000 rpm (or, on the German version, 72 kW/98 bhp at 7,000 rpm), with torque peaking at 115 Nm/85 lb-ft at 5,500 rpm. Again, the most important features and all technical details of this superior drivetrain are described in detail in the R 1200 GS press kit.

Six-speed gearbox carried over from the R 1200 GS.
The extra-light and smooth-running six-speed dog-type gearbox with helical gearing has again been carried over from the R 1200 GS.

Instruments and on-board electrics – digital technology of the highest standard.
Again, the new R 1200 GS Adventure offers all the features and equipment already boasted by the “basic” model when it comes to the machine’s instruments and on-board electrics. This includes extra-light instrumentation using the Info-Flatscreen, an innovative on-board network in CAN-bus technology, and an electronic immobiliser.
Body and design – conveying a clear message in every respect.
At very first sight, the new R 1200 GS Adventure conveys a look of dynamic performance and agile power, combining these superior features with all the robust qualities of an Enduro. High-quality materials and surfaces such as blast-treated stainless steel on the fuel tank and engine protection hoops as well as on the luggage rack, plus eloxy-plated aluminium on the rims and knee covers, give the entire machine a superior look of technical, functional elegance, at the same time emphasising the superior level of quality characterising the new R 1200 GS Adventure.

The colour concept also stands for aesthetic design and powerful character, clearly demonstrating the progress made over the former model.

The customer is therefore able to choose from two colour schemes:
Opting for Alpine White non-metallic, the rider will enjoy the classic colour
of a BMW GS combined with the seat in Black and Red as well as knee covers with Black eloxy plating.

Paintwork in White Aluminium matt metallic, in turn, is supplemented by the seat in Black Grey and Olive-coloured knee covers in magnesium eloxy-plated aluminium. This combination emanates a touch of cool technical elegance, harmonising perfectly with the machine’s other metallic components such as the roll bars or aluminium cases.

2. Range of Equipment.

Options and special equipment.
Reflecting its wide range of use and many purposes, the new R 1200 GS Adventure is available with a wide range of options precisely tailored to
the machine and the customer’s individual requirements. Optional extras come directly from the factory, special equipment is fitted locally by the
BMW Motorcycle Dealer.
Optional extras.
o BMW Motorrad Integral ABS (semi-integral, on-demand operation).
o Offroad tyres (at no extra cost).
o Anti-theft warning system*.
o Chrome-plated exhaust system.
o Heated handles*.
o White direction indicators*.
o Supports for aluminium cases*.
o Additional headlights*.
o On-board computer.
The items marked with an * are also available as special equipment from BMW Motorcycle Dealers.

Additional headlights.
Like the former model, the new R 1200 GS Adventure is available with additional headlights fitted on the tank protection hoop. The big advantage of these headlights is their high light intensity combined with compact dimensions, offering the rider better visibility and making the motorcycle itself easier to see on the road. Additional headlights are available either
straight from the factory or from the BMW Motorcycle Dealer for subsequent installation.
On-board computer.

An optional on-board computer enhancing the functions and features of the Info-Flatscreen fitted as standard serves as a very practical companion on trips both long and short. The computer presents the outside temperature, the range remaining on the fuel still left in the tank, the rider’s average fuel consumption and average speed. In addition, the on-board computer
warns the rider of an inadequate oil level as well as the risk of ice once the outside temperature drops to 3 °C or lower.

Offroad tyres.
The enthusiast buying the new R 1200 GS Adventure primarily for offroad use is able to opt for offroad tyres right from the start, before even taking delivery of his – or her – machine. These extra-tough, heavy-duty Continental TKC 80 tyres (with top speed limited to 160 km/h or 90 mph) ensure the right kind
of traction on sand, gravel, rocks or mud, and are fitted as a low-cost option straight at the factory.

Special equipment.
o Topcase holder for the aluminium topcase.
o Aluminium topcase.
o Case holder for aluminium cases*.
o Aluminium cases.
o Carrier handle for aluminium cases.
o Inner bags for aluminium cases and the topcase.
o Tank bag.
o Sports softbag, large.
o BMW Motorrad Navigator incl holder, cables and bag.
o Heated handles*.
o Additional headlights*.
o Anti-theft warning system*.
o White direction indicators*.
o Offroad protector cover for headlights.
o Additional power take-off.
o Valve cover emergency running kit.
o Front mudguard made of glass fibre-reinforced plastic.
o Rear splashguard made of glass fibre-reinforced plastic.
o Workshop stand (paddock stand) with adapter.
o Supplementary on-board toolkit.
Items marked with an * are also available from the factory.

New aluminium baggage system.
The all-new baggage system comprises aluminium cases and stainless-
steel case supports as well as an aluminium topcase complete with a topcase holder to be assembled on the stainless-steel luggage rack featured as standard. Both the cases and topcase are watertight, and come additionally with watertight inner bags as an option.
Together, the cases offer a volume of 79 litres, with the topcase offering an additional 33 litres.

The case lids come complete with two locks on each cover, the lock not opened in each case serving as the hinge for the lid to provide an appropriate opening and closing function. Opening both locks, on the other hand, the rider is able to take off the lids completely for particularly easy access when required.

Another option is to have just one key for both the cases and the ignition in the interest of enhanced flexibility and ease of use. Both the aluminium cases and the topcase come with additional lashing points for further luggage. In all, the luggage system is able to take up a load of 25 kilos or 55 lb, allowing the rider to travel smoothly and safely at speeds of up to 180 km/h or 112 mph.

3. Engine Output and Torque of the R 1200 GS Adventure.

Specifications.
R 1200 GS Adventure.

R 1200 GS Adventure (74 kW) R 1200 GS Adventure (72 kW)*

Engine
Capacity cc 1,170
Bore/stroke mm 101/73
Output kW/bhp 74/100 72/98
at rpm 7,000
Torque Nm/lb-ft 115/…
at rpm 5,500
Configuration Flat-twin
No of cylinders 2
Compression ratio/fuel grade 11.0/premium
Valves/gas management HC (high camshaft)
Valves per cylinder 4
Intake/outlet valve dia mm 36/31
Throttle butterfly dia mm 47
Fuel supply BMS-K electronic intake manifold injection
Exhaust management Fully controlled three-way catalytic converter

Electrical system
Alternator W 720
Battery V/Ah 12/14 maintenance-free
Headlight W H7
Starter kW 1.1

Power transmission/gearbox
Clutch Single-plate dry clutch, 180 mm dia
Gearbox Dog-type six-speed gearbox
Primary transmission ratio 1.823
Gear ratios I 2.277
II 1.583
III 1.259
IV 1.033
V 0.903
VI 0.805
Rear-wheel drive Driveshaft
Overall transmission ratio 2.82

Suspension and running gear
Frame Steel tubular frame, load-bearing power unit
Wheel guidance, front BMW Telelever
Wheel guidance, rear BMW Paralever
Spring travel front/rear mm 210/220
Camber mm 97.6
Wheelbase mm 1,511
Steering head angle ° 63.8
Brakes front Double-disc brake, dia 305 mm
rear Single-disc brake, dia 265 mm
Optional BMW Motorrad Integral ABS (semi-integral, on-demand)
Wheels Cross-spoke wheels
front 2.5 x 19
rear 4.0 x 17
Tyres front 110/80 R 19 TL
rear 150/70 R 17 TL

Dimensions and weight
Length, overall mm 2,250
Width, overall, with mirrors mm 955
Handlebar width, without mirrors mm 950
Seat height mm 915/895
Weight, dry kg 223
DIN unladen weight with full tank kg 256
Max permissible weight kg 475
Fuel tank capacity ltr 33

Performance
Fuel consumption
90 km/h ltr/100 km 4.6
120 km/h ltr/100 km 6.1
Acceleration
0-100 km/h sec 3.4
Top speed km/h 200 plus 200 plus
*Available only in Germany.

5. Colours.
Colour Seat knee covers Knee cover
R 1200 GS Adventure Alpine White, non-metallic Black/Red Black
White Aluminium, matt metallic Black/Grey Olive

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