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Touratech Accessories - 2013 BMW F800GS


Touratech has released new ADV accessories for the 2013 BMW F800GS, an updated version of BMW Motorrad's ever popular adventure motorcycle. Our product line includes a quick-release stainless steel headlight guard, smoked windscreen, crash bars, Zega Pro top case system and Zega Pro pannier system. 

Quick Release Stainless Steel Headlight Guard - $122.60

The Touratech quick-release headlight guard gives you all the protection of our original steel headlight guard for the BMW F800GS and F650GS twin, but allows you to quickly remove the guard for cleaning.

Touratech headlight guards are laser cut from the highest quality stainless steel, then anodized black for a tough and good looking finish. The grid pattern of the headlight guard allows ample light to pass through, but not the large stones and debris thrown by passing riders or cars. The stainless steel construction is strong enough to withstand the hardest hits, and save you from costly repairs to your expensive headlight assembly. The quick release design of this headlight guard makes it fast and easy to clean the bugs and dust from your headlight when you stop for a fuel break. 

 

Touratech Crash Bars - $264.70

Touratech Crash Bars offer the most protection for your BMW F800GS, F700GS or F650GS twin because they mount to the steel chassis of the motorcycle rather than the engine. Most other crash bars take the easy way and mount directly to the engine which transfers impact to the very thing it should be protecting... your engine!

Engine repair is expensive and can put an end to your trip. Invest in Touratech crash bars and give your F800GS engine the protection it needs to serve you well and put smiles on your face for years to come.

The compact and narrow design of the Touratech crash bars maximize manueverability when off road or traveling in the backcountry. The heavy duty 1" (25mm) diameter steel tubing and tig welded construction offers superior strength and maximum protection.

 

Touratech Smoked Windscreen - $221.70

The Touratech windscreen is much bigger and has a different aerodynamic shape. The resulting improved wind protection reduces the (wind) pressure on the rider, which results in much more relaxed riding. Turbulence around the helmet is minimised and protection against the weather improved. The Touratech Smoked Windscreen is approximately 14" tall from top of main headlight and 14.5" wide at widest point

Zega Pro Panniers Systems - $1195.95 - $1412.70

The legendary Zega panniers have provided secure dry storage for adventure riders the world over. The engineers at Touratech have retained the proven mounting design and rugged construction while enhancing the looks and features for the next generation Zega Pro. For starters, the Zega Pro features a revolutionary dual purpose latch that also functions as a hinge and is available with optional key locks.

The body and removable lid feature rounded lines with rugged corner protection that is easily replaceable. Low profile anchor loops provide a flat surface that makes the pannier a good seat at the campfire. Crafted with 1.5mm aluminum with a combination of welded and stainless steel rivet construction.

 

Rear Muffler Shield - $94.70

The new BMW F800GS has no factory-fitted protection for the rear silencer, so Touratech developed shields for the rear silencers on both the F800GS and F650GS Twin.

The shields make the large rear silencer generally more appealing. They also efficiently protect the most conspicuous part of the exhaust system against the scratches and dents that can be caused by stones or falls. The shield rear silencer is made of laser-cut anodized aluminum, which means it is both light and hard-wearing.
Click HERE to see our full line of ADV accessories for the 2013 BMW F800GS


Comments (2)

Great looking bike ! Nice job Touratech !

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Just when l was having a hard enough time deciding what color F650GS to buy, you invent this color on an 800. l love this color! l want it in its every detail. Arrg....

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