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Old 03-03-2013, 09:49 AM   #1
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Holan Nomada Pro panniers and other parts for the 2013+ R1200GS!




Guess who got their hands on the new R1200GS (a.k.a. "der Wasserboxer")? Holan has picked up a brand new 2013 R1200GS and is already hard at work building the prototype Nomada Pro pannier system, as well as many other parts. Watch this space for more info on the upcoming parts line for the newest GS, including:
  • Pannier systems, both symmetrical with exhaust cut, as well as asymmetrical
  • Two different models of crashbars
  • Top case plate
  • Two different sizes of luggage racks
  • Headlight protectors
  • Mounting brackets for auxiliary lights (Hella Micro DE)
  • GPS adapter
  • Stock handlebar crossbar
  • Manifold tube cover
  • Oil cooler guard
  • Aluminum cylinder guards
  • Kickstand extension
  • ...and lots more!
A quick picture of the test bike sitting on the showroom floor....




Here a few early pictures of the system - these show the natural/aluminum panniers with optional black powdercoated lids. The system really fits tight to the bike to maintain the narrowest profile (see below):




Preliminary system width measurements for the symmetrical Pro system (with exhaust cut) are as follows....
  • 2 x 31L Nomada Pro panniers - 82cm, or 32.3"
  • 2 x 38L Nomada Pro panniers - 90cm, or 35.4"
  • 2 x 45L Nomada Pro panniers - 98cm, or 38.6"
To put this in perspective....the stock handlebar width is about 99cm, so a set of 45L panniers will still fit within the handlebar width!

As with all Holan pannier systems, the weld and powdercoating quality is first rate. Standard systems will still come with powdercoated black steel racks and natural/aluminum panniers, with stainless racks, powdercoated panniers (black or gray), and powdercoated lids all available as upgrades. Preliminary pricing for a standard system (black racks / aluminum panniers) is:
  • 2 x 31L Nomada Pro panniers - $1,069.99
  • 2 x 38L Nomada Pro panniers - $1,084.99
  • 2 x 45L Nomada Pro panniers - $1,099.99
I will have the systems available on our site for pre-order this week, and will keep this thread updated with more pictures and info about the pannier systems and other parts as they come available. Any questions, please feel free to PM or email me at sales AT advmotorrad DOT com.

Thanks!

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Old 03-04-2013, 06:36 AM   #2
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What's up Jason!

Can't wait to receive my 38L Nolan Nomada's. Top notch service, excellent follow-up and even better PRICES!

As soon as I button these up on my Tiger I'll post up some detailed pics for you. Maybe you could update your sites picks with my bike

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Old 03-04-2013, 05:30 PM   #3
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As soon as I button these up on my Tiger I'll post up some detailed pics for you. Maybe you could update your sites picks with my bike

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Thanks Aaron - would love to see some pics when you've got them mounted up!

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Old 03-04-2013, 12:19 PM   #4
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I bought the pro system 45l set for my '12 GS back in December. I cannot emphasize how excellent these have been so far! This system is amazing and glad to see they are progressively getting them made for the new bikes as well. Thank again Jason!
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Old 03-04-2013, 05:36 PM   #5
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I bought the pro system 45l set for my '12 GS back in December. I cannot emphasize how excellent these have been so far! This system is amazing and glad to see they are progressively getting them made for the new bikes as well. Thank again Jason!
Great to hear Lance - thanks for the feedback!

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Old 03-06-2013, 04:01 PM   #6
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And the finished product....these are 38L panniers in the new matte gray finish....

I know I'm biased, but I think I'm in love.

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Old 03-08-2013, 03:28 AM   #7
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And the 45L Nomada Pro system in black....

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Old 03-08-2013, 06:19 AM   #8
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Some shots of the Nomada Pro rack without panniers....

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Old 03-08-2013, 05:07 PM   #9
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Very nice, I really like the matte gray finish. Looks like the panniers sit really close to the side of the bike as well. I will definitely be keeping my eye on these.
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Old 03-09-2013, 09:46 AM   #10
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Thanks - I agree, they look great on the new GS!

For those looking for max pannier capacity (at the expense of a slightly wider system width), I'll be posting up the asymmetrical rack application later today. This will let you run full width, flat back panniers with no exhaust cut and no loss of capacity.

Prototype top case mounting plate pictures also inbound...
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And the asymmetrical system...this will let you run full-size, asymmetrical panniers (i.e 31L + 38L with no exhaust cut) for maximum capacity but with a slightly wider system width. I don't have system widths or pricing yet for the various options, but will post up here when I do. For reference, the panniers mounted below are aluminum (standard finish), with a full-size 38L on the exhaust side and a 45L on the non-exhaust side.

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Why more racks why not use the BMW supplied pannier fittings built into the bike?

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And the asymmetrical system...this will let you run full-size, asymmetrical panniers (i.e 31L + 38L with no exhaust cut) for maximum capacity but with a slightly wider system width. I don't have system widths or pricing yet for the various options, but will post up here when I do. For reference, the panniers mounted below are aluminum (standard finish), with a full-size 38L on the exhaust side and a 45L on the non-exhaust side.

Why more racks why not use the BMW supplied pannier fittings/mount points built into the bike? The OEM pannier that I am not a fan of do however mount so nicely & it looks so much cleaner why not use whats there?
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Why more racks why not use the BMW supplied pannier fittings/mount points built into the bike? The OEM pannier that I am not a fan of do however mount so nicely & it looks so much cleaner why not use whats there?
Hi pauljm...the Holan racks provide a very solid mounting system for the panniers, and are heavy duty enough (18mm tubing with 2mm wall thickness) to act as a crashbar for the rear of the bike if it decides to take a nap with the bags off. Another benefit is the interchangeability of panniers to different models of bikes, versus building a model-specific mount. If you trade bikes, just get the appropriate new rack and hang your panniers on it.

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Old 03-14-2013, 06:45 PM   #14
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Some pictures of the new heavy duty Holan R1200GS LC Adventure rear rack, top case plate, and optional support arms. The rear supports help provide extra load capacity for the larger top cases and tie the pannier rack and top case rack together.
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Some pictures of the new heavy duty Holan R1200GS LC Adventure rear rack, top case plate, and optional support arms. The rear supports help provide extra load capacity for the larger top cases and tie the pannier rack and top case rack together.
Jason,
If you don't mount a top box, but plan to carry a dry bag further forward can this be used without the support bars in the rear?
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