Archive for the ‘Adventure Modifications’ Category

After riding the brilliant Continental TKC 80 tires for 13 months, 22nd of June 2012 it was finally time to switch to a new set of rubber on the BMW R 1200 GS Adventure. A year ago, I opted for the TKC 80 mainly because I was attending Adventure Days 2011 in Sweden where I […]

While visiting Bikerstreet, the largest motorbike dealership in Norway,  on Saturday 12th November, I came across a GS Adventure bike that was in for service which had  a brilliant, small aluminum accessory case I had not seen before. It fit the bike perfectly, looked great and seemed quite convenient, so I decided I had to […]

Inspired by a presentation from Garmin at Adventure Days 2011, I ended up buying a Garmin zumo 660 GPS device for my motorcycle. After having used miscellaneous TomTom devices and software for many years, I was more or less reluctant to make the change to Garmin. Here are my experiences so far. The purchase Compared […]

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: BMW Motorrad Enduro Aluminum Bash Plate Touratech Break Fluid Reservoir […]

Note: This particular post is part of a series of posts related to the Modifications I have done to my bike. This extremely sturdy bash plate is specially designed for off-road use, and adds a considerable adventure feel to your bike. It is one of those original accessories that I think really adds a potent […]