Akrapovič launches titanium protection for the BMW R 1250 GS/GS Adventure

Akrapovič launches titanium protection for the BMW R 1250 GS/GS Adventure

jeff alvarez |

Akrapovič has increased its product range by offering titanium protection bars for the first time to the market with this new range aimed at providing an extra line of defense to the BMW R 1250 GS.

Designed to integrate with the bike’s existing components, Akrapovič has conducted numerous tests and deformation analyses to obtain the optimum protection from this product. Constructed to exact specifications with the Akrapovič attention to detail, these upper and lower bar sets have no restriction on the lean angle and meet ABE type approval. All four parts weigh just 6.26 kg, making them one of the lightest protection bar sets on the market for the BMW R 1250 GS. 
The bars are finished with an engraved Akrapovič logo, with the word Titanium prominently displayed to emphasize the use of this material in their construction. The Upper Protection Bar Set (Titanium) and Lower Protection Bar Set (Titanium) can be bought together or separately. They are compatible with the 2019-2022 BMW R 1250 GS, with only the lower bar set available for the BMW R 1250 GS Adventure. The bars have been designed to give customers not only a high standard of protection for their cherished motorcycles but also to offer the possibility of attaching extra bags and fog lights or spotlights from other manufacturers to the bar.


  • TIG welded, high strength, corrosion resistant titanium crash bars
  • 40% weight savings over comparable steel versions
  • Laser cut for perfect fit
  • Offers mounting point for extra gear or lighting accessories (sold separately)
  • Product weight: 5.2 lbs.
  • Installation time: ~1 hour

Akrapovic bike protection with the high-quality, precision-TIG-welded titanium Crash Bars set is soon to be available in Akrapovič authorized dealers: MotoMarket, Motoworld, and at Motoworld Online store.


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