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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.

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Yesterday at 20:42 by jackronner | Views: 30 | Comments: 1

Had one on my stolen 2005, wired through to the glove box, and had assumed that it was wired directly to the battery.  Is this the case, or does it have to go into a bus?
Yesterday at 09:44 by jackronner | Views: 40 | Comments: 0

Mr. Haynes is silent on the subject as far as I can tell.  I assume that you can remove the set screw and slide the lever off and adjust it by rotating it (within limits I should think)  to raise or lower the pedal position. This would seem to entail...
2019-08-24 19:41:22 by UKDucatiman | Views: 118 | Comments: 1

Joining the M4 from Reading, London bound and in the outside lane, I'd just set the cruise control for the 50 mph restricted section when bike just shut down as if it had run out of fuel. One second it was fine the next it wasn't, after a scary coupl...
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