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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.

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Today at 16:11 by Steve398
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I finally decided I couldn't get on with the Garmin V and chose to return to the Tomtom, but, I still wanted to retain the built-in look on my 2018 RTLC. So after crawling through the internet I found this -

Yesterday at 23:27 by sakm | Views: 100 | Comments: 4

As above really

What and why?

My 2016 has head covers already but I am wondering if I should fit crash bars instead? do they offer more protection?
Yesterday at 18:28 by matgriff | Views: 90 | Comments: 2

Hi all.  My 2005RT left me stranded yesterday on a ride out through Wales.... on the way home it died, I suspected a fuel problem straight away, and I was right it was dry... annoying thing was that the gauge still showed 1/4 of a tank and it read 11...
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