I’ve ended up doing quite a few modifications to my motorcycle lately, preparing for a busy riding season. You can find an overview of all the upgrades, parts and accessories on the Modifications page, however, here are a few more links to get you started:

And here are some pictures from the modifications project. Enjoy and ride safe!

The long awaited order from Touratech arrived from Sweden after just a couple of days - sweet!

The long awaited order from Touratech arrived from Sweden after just a couple of days - sweet!

 

Parts and tools are lined up for a day of modifications work

Parts and tools are lined up for a day of modifications work

 

The bike lined up and ready to be stripped down and worked on

The bike lined up and ready to be stripped down and worked on

 

While I was at it I also turned the direction of my handle bar risers to suit my riding position better

While I was at it I also turned the direction of my handle bar risers to suit my riding position better

 

The right-side section of the The Wunderlich Instrument Surround is in place

The right-side section of the The Wunderlich Instrument Surround is in place

 

Stripping the bike down to install the Reyno Radiator Grill

Stripping the bike down to install the Reyno Radiator Grill

 

My first ride testing the new Continental TKC 80 and all other modifications

My first ride testing the new Continental TKC 80 and all other modifications

  1. GSRider says:

    Don’t order Touratech stuff from Sweden – way too expensive.
    Cheaper to order from Germany. However, they won’t allow you to order directly from TT, so find other stores, like http://www.motorcycleparts-hornig.com.
    Their prices are the same as those of TT Germany.
    The same goes for almost all motorcycle clothes and accessories – the UK and Germany have much more sensible prices for exact same merchandise.