BMW R1250RS conversion by Hornig

2020-04-20 - Sports tourer on a new level

BMW R1250RS conversion by Hornig 


What do you expect from a sports tourer like the BMW R1250RS? Overall, a coherent and perfect combination of tour comfort and sporty influences. Due to our conversion, the motorcycle reaches a new level when travelling as well as during race track training.

A relaxed sitting position is not only essential on longer rides. To ensure this, our handlebar risers were installed, which raise the handlebars by 25 mm. The mirror extensions enable an improved rear view and increase the safety while driving. Thanks to our conversion, you can enjoy a ZTechnik windshield and hence improved aerodynamics because of the V-shape as well as a low level of noise. In addition, the higher windshield results in a more relaxed posture than it is the case with the commercially available R1250RS. Nowadays, the digital route planner is always with you. Our GPS mount with special adapters for Garmin navigation devices always keeps your GPS system perfectly in the field of vision. The fear of unsightly scratches on the connectivity display is alleviated by our especially adapted display protection foil. The seat plays an important role not only on longer trips which is why our upholstery guarantees the highest possible seating comfort. A 25-litre tank bag with the appropriate tank bag mounting is recommended as a suitable tour companion. The aluminium top case mounting is always ready to carry a Givi Monokey top case. The brake pedal enlargement ensures more surefootedness during braking. Our fork crash protector and our cardan crash protector form a useful symbiosis concerning the protection of your motorcycle.

The installed cooler protection keeps dirt and insects away from the cooler fins. The special feature of the black anodized oil filler plug is the fact that it can only be opened with an Allen key or Torx key. With the fender extender for the front mudguard, dirt or damages due to whirled up stones are things of the past. With the help of the side stand foot enlargement, your machine stands securely on all surfaces and thanks to the shift lever extension the shift lever can be reached more comfortably thanks to the larger contact surface. Attaching the rear wheel centre cover not only generates an optical improvement, but also a practical one: The holes have a positive effect on the cooling as the air flow is optimated. Several anodized covers for the frame of the R1250RS and the foot brake fluid reservoir cover make the small but fine difference in the appearance of this BMW motorcycle. The decor strips in silver and anthracite, the silver rim stripes and furthermore the LED fairing turning signals together with the Remus Black Hawk exhaust contribute to a successful finish as well.

Here you can find all the products from our product range that were used for the conversion:

Remus Black Hawk Exhaust
Shift lever extension natural anodized
Mirror Extensions
Rear wheel centre cover natural anodized
Handlebar risers
Side stand foot enlargement
Frame Covers-Engine Mounting rear
Frame Covers-Engine Mounting
Covers Suspension Mounting black anodized
Frame cover left black anodized
Fork Crash Protectors
Brake Pedal Enlargement
Rear frame covers black anodized
Swing arm pivot covers black anodized
Foot brake fluid reservoir cover
Oil filler plug with emblem black anodized
Cooler protection
Change front & rear seat
Top case mounting-Aluminium
ZTechnik Windscreen
GPS Mount
Rim Stripes silver
Decor Stripes silver and anthracite
Display protection foil set-Connectivity display
LED Fairing Turning Signals
Tankbag EA118
Cardan Crash Protector
Extenda Fender


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