The AltRider luggage rack just might be the most versatile on the market, featuring five different mounting configurations, several attachment options for RotopaX fuel packs, interfaces for the Givi Monokey top case system and the GSessories Tail Gunner case, and four separate mount points for RAM ball mounts. This allows for easy mounting of an action camera in the perfect location without the need for additional complicated clamps. You can decide to ride with a lot of luggage or with a pillion, and the luggage rack will accommodate your needs at a moment’s notice.
Although available separately, the two racks in the AltRider Luggage Rack System for the BMW R1200GS work best together. The well thought out rear luggage rack is CNC machined from 3/16 inch (4.75 mm) thick anodized aluminum, and flanged to increase strength and create tie down points. Varied cutouts make it easy to strap, tie down, or hook bags or other items securely. The finishes are superb on this rack with all chamfered cutouts which results in smooth edges all around. The rear rack comes with a bracket – also made from 3/16 inch (4.75 mm) thick aluminum – which is used to mount in the low position and reinforce several mount/hook locations.
There is no rack system on the market that provides all these configurations within the same product. Other manufacturers have simply made multiple parts, so the rider has to decide at the time of purchase how, what type, and how much luggage will be carried. With the AltRider solution, the rider can now configure the luggage system to the current need.
NOTE: This product is not compatible with BMW R1200GS Adventure models. This product can only be fitted to the R1200GS Adventure if the OEM stainless steel luggage rack is removed.
NOTE: This product is meant for mounting in the upper position only using the OEM brackets. If you would like to mount in the lower position, see AltRider Luggage Rack Lower Position for R1200GS which is also compatible with R1200GS Adventure models.
AltRider R1200GS Luggage Rack
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