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Please post photos of your new R1250RT if you can.


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All the talk and pics of painting parts of our RT's made me want have mine done. I decided to leave the bottom parts black (for now - lol) to match other areas of the bike, but had the windshield holders and knee areas below the tank painted white to match the main bike color. Here are some pics.

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All the talk and pics of painting parts of our RT's made me want have mine done. I decided to leave the bottom parts black (for now - lol) to match other areas of the bike, but had the windshield holders and knee areas below the tank painted white to match the main bike color. Here are some pics.

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Well done, looks great. If it were mine I would add a few tasteful black pinstripes.


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My Alpine white R1200RTW turned Granada red.

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I painted mine with splash-guards
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I painted mine with splash-guards


Wow that is cool, never saw anything like that. Did you make those yourself?


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I painted mine with splash-guards
Does your bike have Aeroflow Aerowings fitted? If so, what are your thoughts about them?

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Wow that is cool, never saw anything like that. Did you make those yourself?


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I am not sure if you are kidding back at me, but I was just being a smart-allek. Those are splash guards that are fitted on the RTP, apparently to keep debri and mudd from dirtying the cute boots solo cops wear. At any rate, I ordered them from a Beemer shop and install them. They sort of cover all the openings in the frame. Someone on this board turned me on to these. There is a thread around about it.




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Does your bike have Aeroflow Aerowings fitted? If so, what are your thoughts about them?

The aeroflow wings work well. However, in order to really create a complete pocket to keep ALL the wind out, I would suggest the winglets someone designed on a 3D printer. They go onto those two smaller pieces of windshield coming out of the front. The stocks don't do anything if you ask me.

I also have the Quiet Ride shield, which in my mind, is the only shield that really, really works to get that buffeting out of your life--and still see over the shield.
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I am not sure if you are kidding back at me, but I was just being a smart-allek. Those are splash guards that are fitted on the RTP, apparently to keep debri and mudd from dirtying the cute boots solo cops wear. At any rate, I ordered them from a Beemer shop and install them. They sort of cover all the openings in the frame. Someone on this board turned me on to these. There is a thread around about it.















The aeroflow wings work well. However, in order to really create a complete pocket to keep ALL the wind out, I would suggest the winglets someone designed on a 3D printer. They go onto those two smaller pieces of windshield coming out of the front. The stocks don't do anything if you ask me.



I also have the Quiet Ride shield, which in my mind, is the only shield that really, really works to get that buffeting out of your life--and still see over the shield.


Nope I wasnt kidding I have never seen those before. I would like to know where I can get the winglets


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I am not sure if you are kidding back at me, but I was just being a smart-allek. Those are splash guards that are fitted on the RTP, apparently to keep debri and mudd from dirtying the cute boots solo cops wear. At any rate, I ordered them from a Beemer shop and install them. They sort of cover all the openings in the frame. Someone on this board turned me on to these. There is a thread around about it.















The aeroflow wings work well. However, in order to really create a complete pocket to keep ALL the wind out, I would suggest the winglets someone designed on a 3D printer. They go onto those two smaller pieces of windshield coming out of the front. The stocks don't do anything if you ask me.



I also have the Quiet Ride shield, which in my mind, is the only shield that really, really works to get that buffeting out of your life--and still see over the shield.



Nope I wasn’t kidding I have never seen those before. I would like to know where I can get the winglets


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The winglets you can get from aeroflow.
The splash guards you can get from any beemer shop. They are RTP stuff
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The winglets you can get from aeroflow.
The splash guards you can get from any beemer shop. They are RTP stuff


In your post you mentioned the winglets were made by someone who has a 3D printer. I already have a set of the aerawings


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In your post you mentioned the winglets were made by someone who has a 3D printer. I already have a set of the aerawings


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Got it!

In that case, you have read up here:

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In your post you mentioned the winglets were made by someone who has a 3D printer. I already have a set of the aerawings


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How do you rate your Aerowings?


They really help in cold weather. They come off when the temperature rises. Dont care for the industrial Velcro that is left on the bike. I live in Wisconsin so are necessary


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I have both, and the RT is by far the better bike for an aging rider. The weight difference is very noticeable when moving the bike around and the RT handles effortlessly.

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Have you ever owned a GSA. My '18 RT is much harder to push around the the garage than a GSA.


No sir, never owned a GS. I never ride off road and I dont find them to beauteous.


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I have both, and the RT is by far the better bike for an aging rider. The weight difference is very noticeable when moving the bike around and the RT handles effortlessly.


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We are confused.
You say you have both, but then you just told us you have never owned a GS.
So what do you mean?
You have owned both of what ?
And so therefore the RT is easier to maneuver than what?

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We are confused.
You say you have both, but then you just told us you have never owned a GS.
So what do you mean?
You have owned both of what ?
And so therefore the RT is easier to maneuver than what?
Andy, he'd posted a picture of a K1600(B?), and so I assume that he meant both K1600 and the RT!

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Andy, he'd posted a picture of a K1600(B?), and so I assume that he meant both K1600 and the RT!


Thank you for clarifying, you are correct


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I am fairly sure that I will be getting a 1250 in 2020. The only question remaining is whether it's going to be an RT or a GSA! It will most likely be the last bike that I will own, and ride. Starting to feel my age somewhat!!!

Had the chance of running a 1250GSA for the day.

Nice bike, but man, in comparison to the RT, it is so tiring at higher (motorway) speeds. Also, the road / tyre noise coming through the gap between the fairing and the forks is louder than I could live with.
I can also see the riding position would work for some. Not for me. The bars are WAY too wide.
Not keen on having to turn my head / eyes so much to check the mirrors. My 1200RT Wethead mirrors are great in comparison. Although I can also see why people may add handlebar mirrors to complement the fairing mirrors.

I like the GSA hand guards, and was wondering about the addition of these to the RT for extreme winter usage.

It was nice to have the bike.

It was great to give it back again.
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Probability is high that the 1250 in my future will be another RT, but the big attraction of the GS/GSA is the lower weight for ease of manhandling for when I get into tight situations, which rarely happen, but I do have some paranoia about such incident! I am very spoil with the weather protection and low noise level of the RT though.

What ever bike it will be, will be the last bike that I will ever ride! When I cannot handle a 2-wheels anymore, I will give it all up. 3-wheeler is not an option for me at all.
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My BMW dealer now (Wednesday April 3, 2019) has a 2019 Spezial Blue Planet Metallic R1250RT with tan saddles in stock. Just received it yesterday.

I will go there tomorrow or Friday to see and drool over it.

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My BMW dealer now (Wednesday April 3, 2019) has a 2019 Spezial Blue Planet Metallic R1250RT with tan saddles in stock. Just received it yesterday.

I will go there tomorrow or Friday to see and drool over it.
You that drooling comes along with a price right. Tell us how you like it after you buy it
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My BMW dealer now (Wednesday April 3, 2019) has a 2019 Spezial Blue Planet Metallic R1250RT with tan saddles in stock. Just received it yesterday.



I will go there tomorrow or Friday to see and drool over it.


Preview with sport cast wheels
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Looks like a russell seat.

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Superb looking bike. However, I don't like the wheels.


I appreciate your comment and welcome them. I am very pleased how they look on my bike. They have two versions or cast wheels available classic (gray) and sport (black). I chose the black and happy with them and the look they give my bike.


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My BMW dealer now (Wednesday April 3, 2019) has a 2019 Spezial Blue Planet Metallic R1250RT with tan saddles in stock. Just received it yesterday.



I will go there tomorrow or Friday to see and drool over it.


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I appreciate your comment and welcome them. I am very pleased how they look on my bike. They have two versions or cast wheels available classic (gray) and sport (black). I chose the black and happy with them and the look they give my bike.


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I appreciate your comment and welcome them. I am very pleased how they look on my bike. They have two versions or cast wheels available classic (gray) and sport (black). I chose the black and happy with them and the look they give my bike.


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The left one is a 2019 R1250RT. Do not know about the right one.


2018 K1600B....Did you purchase a R1250RT?


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They have one at Iron Horse BMW in Tucson I seen it yesterday when picking my 2016 up from 36k service.... It looks beautiful!!!

On a side note, the service was about $200 more than what I typically paid back in central PA (Velocity Cycle) was not thrilled about that...


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Would I really want a 2019 "Spezial Blue Planet Metallic" R1250RT?

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