Touratech Releases KLR 650 Accessories

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Kawasaki KLR 650 Touratech Accessories

Touratech has released a line of adventure accessories for the Kawasaki KLR 650, one of the most popular bikes in the adventure motorcycle market.

Despite the KLR’s popularity in the US, Kawasaki does not sell the model in Europe. To get around this challenge, Touratech-USA shipped a KLR 650 to the Touratech headquarters in Germany, providing the Touratech engineering team with a platform to develop the product range from.

The team in Germany went to work creating the new product, line which includes a skid plate, headlight guard, throttle lock, tank bag, Zega Pro top case rack and Zega Pro pannier system.

“The KLR 650 has brought so many people into the world of adventure riding in the US. It’s reliability, price and go anywhere capabilities have made it one of the most abundant adventure bikes on the road. We are excited to have a Touratech product offering for this important adventure machine,” says Paul Guillien, General Manager, Touratech-USA

Following are the Touratech products currently available for the Kawasaki KLR 650:

Zega Pro Pannier System – $1247.20 – $1459

This complete Zega Pro pannier system from Touratech is engineered specifically for the Kawasaki KLR 650, and provides the ultimate in secure and dry storage for motorcycle travel. When it comes to motorcycle luggage, nothing compares to the light weight and high-strength qualities of aluminum. Touratech is the leading manufacturer of aluminum motorcycle panniers, industry wide.

Touratech Zega Pro panniers have provided secure dry storage for adventure riders the world over. The body and removable lid feature rounded lines with rugged corner protection that is easily replaceable. Low profile anchor loops provide a flat surface that makes the pannier a good seat at the campfire. Crafted with 1.5mm aluminum and welded/stainless steel rivet construction these sturdy panniers are available in 31, 38 and 45-liter sizes.

Stainless Steel Headlight Guard – $81.70

Give your KLR the adventure look while protecting the expensive headlight assembly with this stainless steel headlight guard from Touratech. All it takes is one rock thrown from a faster moving motorcycle or car to crack the fragile headlight housing. Made of black powder-coated stainless steel, this headlight guard is precision laser-cut to fit your 2008 and newer Kawasaki KLR650. The extremely strong stainless steel grid pattern will deflect even the biggest rocks.

Skid Plate Engine Guard – $130.80

Protect the vulnerable front and underside of your engine with this rugged KLR650 skid plate from Touratech.

Precision made in Germany from 3mm thick aluminum and 2mm stainless steel plate, this engine guard will keep your KLR 650 safe from large rocks, stumps, or debris thrown from the front tire. Easy to install, this skid plate even has a cutout to allow draining of the engine oil.

The skid plate is easy to install using the supplied hardware and requires no modifications to the motorcycle.

Zega Pro Top Case Rack – $196.30

This stainless steel rack from Touratech is designed specifically for the KLR650 and accepts any Rapid-Trap equipped Zega Pro topcase. Easy to install, no modifications to tail section necessary. All hardware is included in the kit.

To view the complete Kawasaki KLR 650 range currently available from Touratech, click here.

Author: advgrrl

Avid ADV rider! This Blog is all about the adventure in adventure riding. Researching new bikes, routes, accessories, learning about other riders and hopefully a great place for others to comment and explore with me. PLUS, up and down's, wildlife, my dogs, my life!

3 thoughts on “Touratech Releases KLR 650 Accessories”

  1. Touratech for a KLR???? Add al that stuff and you are putting $1800 worht of stuff on a $6000 bike.

    KLRs were meant to be dressed up with home made stuff made up of krap you already have in your garage or find at a dump or yard sale or perhaps an army surplus store. About the only thing I see here I would get for my KLR is the bash plate but then again I could make my own out of a turkey roaster or bend an old clothes dryer lid

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