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Anyone try these on the K1600GTL? The reason I ask is I'm considering something like either them or them in addition to the throttle rocket / assist for about $10.00.

I don't have large hands, but the throttle of the K1600GTL seems to be quite a bit smaller than the K1200LT that fit me like a glove. I also had a throttle rocket on it that seemed to work really well.

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Re: Beemer Buddies

I agree. I think that they are simply a neoprene slip on cover. Trying to find someone who has used um...

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I've used Grip Puppies on several bikes. They're about half the cost of the Beemer Buddies.

You can buy them at California Sport Touring or at A&S BMW.

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+3 on the Grip Puppies.

My LT had them, my R1200R has them and now my GTL has them. Love them.
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I have heard about the Grip Puppies and these Beemer Buddies, to me were new. Haven't used either and that why I asked.

That's why I like this forum so much.... Great responses quickly and accurate.


Off to get some Grip Puppies....

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Hey Dan,

I, too, have Grip Puppies on both of my bikes. I took a set with me when I went to pick up my new to me R1200R last year. A good trick is to use compressed air to help install them. I just put the puppies on as far as I could, only about an inch, and then used my air nozzle with the rubber tip to "inflate" the grip and they went on easily. I didn't need soap or water.

The grip puppies on one of the bikes were a little long so I took them off, heated a piece of metal, and then melted the puppies to the correct length. I took them from a good fit to a perfect fit. They are easy to cut if you need to but the melting makes very nice rounded edge.

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I have the Grip Puppies on my 12GS and they are great !!

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I have heard about the Grip Puppies and these Beemer Buddies, to me were new. Haven't used either and that why I asked.
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I'd be interested in finding out more about those, especially pics. If they are made of neoprene rather than foam, they could be an interesting alternative.

I did have a set of grip covers once that were neoprene squares that wrapped around the grips, and were held in place using a type of velcro strip on the inside. Don't remember the brand though. They worked OK, but you always felt that seam, and eventually the cloth cover started to peel away at the edges.

For those reasons, I prefer the foam cylinders of the Grip Puppies.

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I'd be interested in finding out more about those, especially pics. If they are made of neoprene rather than foam, they could be an interesting alternative.
I know nothing about them. I just remembered seeing "Beemer Buddies" in someone elses signature and wondered what they were. This thread triggered that memory.
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Anyone try these on the K1600GTL? The reason I ask is I'm considering something like either them or them in addition to the throttle rocket / assist for about $10.00.

I don't have large hands, but the throttle of the K1600GTL seems to be quite a bit smaller than the K1200LT that fit me like a glove. I also had a throttle rocket on it that seemed to work really well.

http://originalbeemerbuddies.com/ $20.00
I have grip puppies on my GTL.
Love them. $9.80 how can you go wrong
http://www.casporttouring.com/cst/mo...ml#showreviews
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I have pretty big hands and put the grip puppies on the weekend I bought my LT. Between that and my throttle rocker, I haven't had any grip/cramp issues. I'd put them on any bike I owned. Might be quite a different experience if your hands are not that large, but at $10, how can you go wrong. If they don't fit, put them on your weed eater

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I've got Beemer Buddies on my RT and like them. They are neoprene and the two ends are velcro'd together. One end has adhesive to assist while stretching to install. The seam isn't felt if you place it correctly.

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I have had Grip Puppies on my K1200LT and the K1600GTL. The Grip Puppies were removed for Beemer Buddys.
To install Grip Puppies you need to soak the inside with HAIR SPRAY then force them on. Once on they do a good job and are fairly firm. They do wear with usage but I may try them again in the future. BBs are easy to installfind the correct position peal off the tape and wrap the BB around the grip. BBs are softer then the GPs they also do not look as finished when installed. The BBs have a ruff diamond exterior.


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I have had Grip Puppies on my K1200LT and the K1600GTL. The Grip Puppies were removed for Beemer Buddys.
To install Grip Puppies you need to soak the inside with HAIR SPRAY then force them on. Once on they do a good job and are fairly firm. They do wear with usage but I may try them again in the future. BBs are easy to installfind the correct position peal off the tape and wrap the BB around the grip. BBs are softer then the GPs they also do not look as finished when installed. The BBs have a ruff diamond exterior.

I've just used a little soapy water on the inside of the Grip Puppies and on the stock grip They slide right on and once the inside is dry, I've had no slipping/twisting. I've had them on 5 of my bikes so far. Love them.

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I think that they are both good products. The Grip Puppies are alittle firmer and look alittle cleaner. The Beemer Buddys are softer and soak up some more road vibration. Time will tell which ones last longer and if the BBs cause too much insulation with the grip heaters.


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I just thought I'd report that the heaters work just fine with the Beemer Buddies. I had the chance to try them yesterday on a morning ride. It was only around 50 degrees at the start of the ride but the grips seemed just as hot as before I put the BB on.

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Can someone post a pic of the Beemer Buddies?

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Re: Beemer Buddies

I have the Grip Puppies on my K1600GTL and they don't seem to do a very good job of transmitting the heat when turned on. It takes a long time to get any heat.

We do occasionally turn on the heat in Florida! Sounds like the Grip Puppies do a better job.

The only real objection that I have though, with the Beemer Buddies (made of a type of foam) is that they are difficult (at least for me) to trim with a clean smooth line. It was hard to trim the circular piece of foam. Do the Beemer Buddies need to be trimmed to fit the K1600 ?

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Hi Dan!

From reading through this thread, there seem to be a lot of misconceptions about my OBB's. I make them to specifically fit a given motorcycle, and in the case of BMW's, they seem to be relatively "one size fits all", with very few exceptions. Therefore, no trimming should ever be necessary. If you know someone who has found it necessary to trim them, please give them my email and tell them to contact me, as I am sure I will have the correct model (in stock) for them.

If you are interested in getting a complete description of my Original Beemer Buddies, why other BMW riders have chosen them over the other options mentioned here, and how they have been embraced by the rest of the BMW community at large, simply click
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I would be happy to answer questions/grip concerns from any and all members, so feel free to ask away.

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Thanks Dave,

I have been reading all of the positive comments on the K1600 Forum and it sounds like 30-40 new K1600's bikes are now equipped with your grips. All seem to be quite pleased and giving your positive recommendations.

Quite a few more Adventure Riders too!

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Thanks Dan-

I feel blessed that so many on both the K1600 and the ADVrider forums have seemed to be helped by my grips. I believe the list is well over 150 from both of these venues who have become believers in my Original Beemer Buddies. You can't imagine how gratifying it is to have an idea that can help folks, and then go ahead and make it a reality. It's been a fun 4 months since I started this new company, and life has been interesting. It is astounding to count how many BMW riders/owners have proclaimed that these grips have actually helped them to enjoy their rides more, and improved their overall riding experience. Kind of a big responsibility when you think about it!

Please let me know if there are any ergonomic grip concerns out there with which I can help.

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Try "Grip Puppies" !!
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I have the Grip Puppies on my K1600GTL and they don't seem to do a very good job of transmitting the heat when turned on. It takes a long time to get any heat.

We do occasionally turn on the heat in Florida! Sounds like the Grip Puppies do a better job.

The only real objection that I have though, with the (I meant to say above) Grip Puppies (made of a type of foam) is that they were difficult (at least for me) to trim with a clean smooth line. It was hard to trim the circular piece of foam.

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I have the Grip Puppies on my K1600GTL and they don't seem to do a very good job of transmitting the heat when turned on. It takes a long time to get any heat.

We do occasionally turn on the heat in Florida! Sounds like the Grip Puppies do a better job.

The only real objection that I have though, with the (I meant to say above) Grip Puppies (made of a type of foam) is that they were difficult (at least for me) to trim with a clean smooth line. It was hard to trim the circular piece of foam.
Just to clarify any misconceptions people might have:

I can't speak to any of the properties of the Grips Puppies. I do know that our testing , and the opinions of a large number of our users on the forums mentioned above shows that our Original Beemer Buddies very effectively allow the heat to come through to your hands. In fact, they seem to concentrate the heat so that your hands are warmed for a longer, more intense heat over the course of your ride.

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After riding with the OBBs they are more comfortable then the Grip Puppies. I have had them on the K1600 for two months and they do soak up minor road vibrations. They will stay on my bike.


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After riding with the OBBs they are more comfortable then the Grip Puppies. I have had them on the K1600 for two months and they do soak up minor road vibrations. They will stay on my bike.
Good to hear that Spencer!

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Re: Beemer Buddies Group buy through 12/25.

On the other K1600GTL/GT forum site Dave is offering his Beemer Buddies at the discounted price that is below and he is extending it to our forum as well. Details below.
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Christmas Group Buy is now open!!!!!!!!!!!

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20% off sale is hereby re-activated for the Christmas season by popular email demand. (Perfect stocking stuffers):

I have received several requests to re-activate/extend the group buy sale of $19.95 (delivered) for my OBB's. This new sale will run from now until Christmas to accommodate the forum membership.

Please use Paypal for $19.95 to [email protected] , or call me at 518-461-3003 to advise of your credit card and shipping information.

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