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Old 06-26-2013, 06:38 PM   #1
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Black Dog Cycle Works announces new parts for BMW R1200GS Liquid Cooled



Black Dog Cycle Works (BDCW), Inc., announces its line of protective armor and equipment for the new BMW R1200GS liquid-cooled motorcycle. Given the big GS’s heritage, and its extreme performance capabilities, many owners will find the prospect of taking it off-road simply irresistible. To minimize the risk of damage, and decrease the prospect of getting stranded in the backcountry, BDCW highly recommends that owners of these new machines outfit their bikes with THE most effective armor.

Leveraging its reputation as the manufacturer of the industry’s toughest armor, with over a decade of experience abusing adventure bikes, BDCW is excited to introduce its line of new products for the liquid-cooled GS. BDCW has been in R&D for months, testing and battering prototypes to develop the most rugged innovations available anywhere.

You can see our online catalog here: http://blackdogcw.com/images/PDF/R12...SLC-cat-01.pdf

Don’t let the blue or bare aluminum parts scare you, those are photos of prototype parts


Here is a short summary of the products we are offering and the ESTIMATED availability dates:

Rugged Skid Plate - bulletproof armor with full header pipe and catalytic converter coverage, secures to the frame!! – AVAILABLE 7/8






Platform footpegs
– ” lower than stock for more legroom, like adding power steering, improved control and comfort, bottle opener built into the bottom of each peg – AVAILABLE NOW






Side stand enlarger
-increased footprint, less effort standing bike up – AVAILABLE NOW





Fork light mounts for the Rigid Industries 6” Single Row LED lights – serious lighting WHERE you need it – turns with the forks – AVAILABLE NOW




Radiator guards - airflow and protection – AVAILABLE 7/1




Brake Reservoir Guard – protects the vulnerable plastic rear brake reservoir plus provides a mounting point for a Powerlet (sold separately) – AVAILABLE 7/1





BDCW Mount for HyperLites
– fits above the license plate – a low profile mount that places the lights where they are less prone to damage – AVAILABLE 7/1




Rear Rack – unique dual-position, Rotopax and WARN winch-ready – AVAILABLE 7/15




“Helo Pad” - an extra-long utility rear rack that takes the place of the pillion seat and rear rack. Designed to accommodate the Warn winch as well as Rotopax. Great for long trips or when travelling solo. AVAILABLE 7/29


Bar Risers – designed with a seamless look to match the bike while raising the bars 1.5”. AVAILABLE 7/29


Just like the rest of our products, all of these are proudly MADE IN THE USA.

As always, we greatly appreciate your support and welcome any feedback or questions.

Kurt
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Old 06-26-2013, 07:34 PM   #2
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Kurt,

Any plans to make a "Helopad" for the camhead 1200GSA?
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Old 06-27-2013, 11:06 AM   #3
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Awesome.
If that skidplate is as good as the one they make for the KTM it's going to save a lot of engines.

Those other guards and parts look pretty well thought out too.

Very exciting!

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Kurt,

Any plans to make a "Helopad" for the camhead 1200GSA?
Thanks for your message. Your is the first request we have received. It actually wouldn't be too difficult to blend the designs of our current GSA rear rack with the Helo Pad, but just given the shear size of it, it would be a pricey bugger - probably $260-$275+. Not sure if the market would bear that - would it be worth it at this price point for you?
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Old 06-28-2013, 10:47 AM   #5
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Now that the GS-LC has been properly bullet proofed by BDCW, I may strongly consider buying one!!

Great job as always Kurt!!
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Old 06-29-2013, 01:14 AM   #6
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I'm in need of some panniers for my GSW and I'm waiting for ones with the exhaust cut out. In the meantime, I've been looking at soft saddle bags. Most state they require a frame of some sort but I noticed the Enduristan Monsoon 2s you have say they don't need a frame if there is enough clearance from the exhaust.

Do you think they will work on a GSW? Could you test it out on your bike?
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I'm in need of some panniers for my GSW and I'm waiting for ones with the exhaust cut out. In the meantime, I've been looking at soft saddle bags. Most state they require a frame of some sort but I noticed the Enduristan Monsoon 2s you have say they don't need a frame if there is enough clearance from the exhaust.

Do you think they will work on a GSW? Could you test it out on your bike?
Sorry I haven't been able to get to this yet. Will try tomorrow.
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Skid plates shipping today

WOOHOOOO!! Skid plates start shipping today. If you want the absolute toughest in the industry look no further!

We also have in stock the following items for the R1200GS LC:

Platform Footpegs (lowered 1/2" for additional legroom
Fork light mounts for Rigid Industries 6" single row LED lights
Side Stand Enlarger
Radiator Guards
Brake Reservoir Guards



Check out our new revised online catalog as well or to order, check out our website.

We will have all these parts at the BMW MOA Rally in limited quantities as well, so come on by and check them out in person.

Thanks for your continued support. Let us know if you have any questions.
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