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Shop the largest selection of parts and accessories for BMW F700GS & F650GS Twin Cyl. motorcycles. Product categories for the F700GS & F650GS Twin include Body and Fairing, Protection, Guards, Lights, Engine & Exhaust, Chassis, Panniers, Tank Bags & Tail Bags, Ergonomics, Specialty Parts, Tools & Maintenance. Most F700GS & F650GS Twin items are in stock, and shipped fast. High quality, German made parts.
This version of our popular 2 Liter Canister is designed specifically for carrying fuel on your motorcycle. Made of high density PE plastic, it is extremely durable and perfect for transporting a little extra fuel on your motorcycle adventure.More Information »
This 3-liter fuel can from Touratech allows you to safely transport the liquids you need for your adventure - such as oil, water, or even extra fuel. Pair this fuel can with our Zega Pro Fuel Can Mount and you'll have a great storage solution for the extra liquids you need on your motorcycle.More Information »
This stainless steel bottle mount bracket is ideal for securely mounting a single bottle of water or fuel to the back of a pannier, or any other flat surface.
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Laser-cut stainless steel bracket fits item 070-0520 2-liter can perfectly.More Information »
A kit of Stainless Steel bracket and the "Medium Ortlieb additional Bag 055-0104"More Information »
This quick-release base plate is the foundation of the modular system of accessories for Zega Pro panniers. Simply snap on the accessory of your choice and go. Touratech offers a wide range of Zega Pro pannier accessories for carrying fuel, oil, water and more.More Information »
A kit of Stainless Steel bracket and the "Small Ortlieb additional Bag". The Bracket can be bolted to any flat surface.More Information »
For small items you don't want to carry in panniers or for small purchases when you don't want to open the pannier. For example a snack. The elastic mesh material holds approximately 0.5 litres of contents. The external nets are simply screwed on. More Information »