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      First, I would like to welcome everyone to this BMW R1200RT board.

I have in mind a clean and easy to use board – without any advertising or other flipping and rotating images all over.

Main section is probably the Forum, but also find a Gallery (Also for short videos),and the Download section.

I will always try to keep an updated list of manuals and other important documentation current in the Download section, but please help me out if you find something useful for others out there!

Also be aware that I have enabled quite a few languages for the board, and you are able to set this and a lot of other settings after you have registered.   But I will prefer to keep the language used for messages to be English.

If you have a strong feeling for a dedicated section in another language – send me a note!

This site is also available for iPhone and iPod, and will automatically forward you a more suitable version!
And for mobile users – Tapatalk is also fully integrated.


Also find another member of the family - the BMW K1600 GT/GTL at :
Yesterday at 20:18 by LAF | Views: 29 | Comments: 0

Ok wanted to do this for awhile now so got it done today.

If you had a LT the clips for releasing the linkage is the same.  If you never touched one of these look at it carefully before you try.  They look like this:
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Yesterday at 13:15 by BoB21 | Views: 35 | Comments: 0

Hi All,
Looking to buy Shark evo one and need advice on comms never used comms b4. Got 17 plate without radio(Do not like music while riding),only need to speak to passenger,answer calls and  listen to prompts from navigator 5 . Occasionally con...
Yesterday at 09:58 by Potential new owner.. | Views: 78 | Comments: 4

Is there any reason i shouldn't replace my rear pads myself? I've done it on previous bikes and it's gone ok. The bike is still under warranty.
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