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Old 01-05-2014, 04:36 AM   #144
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We are very pleased to announce that ADV Motorrad is now the exclusive North American importer for BUMOT's adventure-ready luggage systems!

A brief overview of BUMOT....

BUMOT luggage is handcrafted in Bulgaria and is designed for the rider who demands the most durable and functional luggage for their adventure touring. Starting wtih 2mm aluminum, BUMOT's unique assembly process employs a technique used in the sports car and airline industry to double the bottom edges of the box from 2mm to 4mm. This give the panniers added strength in the most vulnerable bottom edges, as this area takes the brunt of an impact in the event of a drop or fall. The cases are powdercoated inside and out in your choice of silver or black, and are finished with zinc passivated friction hinges, zinc passivated latches with keyed locks, and heavy duty weatherstripping for waterproofness.

BUMOT has some unique features including options for integrated toolboxes (included on the R1150GS systems), panels for mounting Wolfman luggage or similar, Rotopax mounts, and more. Currently they have applications for the most popular BMW models - R1150GS, R1200GS, F800GS, and R1200GS LC - but will be adding many more applications down the road. BUMOT panniers and racks are also available separately if you just want the rack system to mount soft luggage, or would like to install BUMOT panniers on your existing racks.

BUMOT has a vendor thread here and we will be starting our own BUMOT-specific thread shortly.

Our first stocking order is going in to the factory in the next two weeks, so if you are interested in placing an order or have any questions, please PM or email me at sales AT advmotorrad DOT com, or call the shop at (585) 310-ADVM.

Thanks!
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Check out the ADV Motorrad vendor thread for great deals on adventure gear!

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