The original protectors get a completely new, classy look combined with unequalled wind and weather protection. Hands and arms are perfectly protected and don’t get cold so quickly.
The aerodynamically sculpted extension directs the airflow into controlled channels, largely bypassing the hands. An astonishing side-effect: reduced turbulence means that the fingers don’t get cold so quickly from below.
- Excellent wind and weather protection.
- Integrated brake and clutch reservoir guard (from 2008).
- Cooling down of the fingers (including the thumbs!), hands and forearms is prevented.
- Reduced turbulences behind the guards.
- Relief and more uniform flow toward the upper arms.
- Dynamic Design (by Nicolas Petit) – exclusively for the R 1200 GS.
From solid-colour ABS plastic. Simply bolted to the hand guards. Delivery as complete set (left and right),
including mounting screws and installation instructions.
Hand guards extensions
- I have 2010 GS. Hand guards are just what I looking it. Fits exellent to my bike. Only problem was I broke O-ring Deuring installaatiot, but it was my fault.
- Fits perfect and very good guard!
Better than OEM
- Easy to install, provides much greater protection than OEM equipment. Excellent quality.
much improved upper arm wind protection
- Installed these guards on a 2011 GS Adventure. I'm 6'1" and installed an aftermarket windscreen to decrease wind buffeting around the helmet and chest. I still was dealing with a considerable amount of wind on my upper arms and decided to give the Wunderlich enlarged hand guards a try. They eliminated the problem and made it possible toride with unlined gloves in sub 40 degree temps. Thx for a great product. try. They eliminated
Hand Guards Recommended
- I ride 365 days per year (not all that heroic, as I live in the San Francisco Bay Area) for commuting and pleasure. Becasue I ride with my midddle and index fingers covering the brake and clutch levers at all times, these fingers benefit very little from the heated handgrips. So I was looking for someting that would provide better protection to keep my thumb and these other digits from turning blue on colder days and higher elevations.These hand guards seem to fit the bill. They are easy to install, the fit is perfect, and the style and finish are good. [Note that removing the existing deflectors for me was a little tricky, because the middle fastener was attached with a vinyl threadlock nut that was in a recess too large to keep the nut from spinning and too small to accomodate a socket, but that may have been unique to my bike, and certainly not the fault of Wunderlich.]