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MRA Motorcycle Windshield for BMW R1200R '11-'14 | T Touring Screen - Black (Discontinued)

MRA Motorcycle Windshield for BMW R1200R '11-'14 | T Touring Screen - Black (Discontinued)

SKU: MRA.07.025.T

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Improve your aerodynamics, high speed stability and aesthetics with an MRA Touring Screen on your BMW R1200R. The Touring Screen shares the same general shape as the manufacturer windscreen while being both wider and taller. This profile has been developed through extensive wind tunnel testing to significantly decrease pressure on the helmet at high speeds. What does this mean for you? The air is being deflected over you instead of into you, resulting in less drag and a much smoother ride. This windshield is a direct manufacturer replacement—simply remove your stock windscreen and install this one.

Overall length: 415 mm (16.33in)

Note: Requires use of OEM mounting hardware for BMW sport windshield. BMW Part: 46 63 7 697 209


  • Direct bolt-on replacement for manufacturer windscreen
  • Simple and easy installation
  • Superior optical clarity with no focal points that can melt gauges—see below for more info
  • Virtually unbreakable—but if it does break, it's designed to fail with blunt edges
  • Resistant to most chemicals including alcohol, cleaners, and fuel
  • Lower part of screen has black gradient to hide rear of instrument panel
  • Significantly reduced buffeting, wind noise and turbulence
  • Enhanced comfort while sitting upright & on longer rides
  • Sculpted to maximize aerodynamic performance
  • Reduces and deflects wind pressure away from your head
  • Designed and engineered in Germany
  • Developed in a wind tunnel and tested on the Autobahn
  • Constructed from PMMA thermoplastic (acrylic) that's manufactured to MRA's unique specifications—that's right, a secret formula

What is an optical focal point?

We all know that one kid who would burn ants with a magnifying glass on a sunny day. Now imagine the magnifying glass is your windscreen and your motorcycle instrument cluster is an ant. Ouch, right?

An optical focal point is the point at which light passing through a windshield would converge on--and begin to damage--your motorcycle... unless you're using an MRA windshield! MRA uses CAD technology and testing to ensure every screen is completely free of optical imperfections and focal points. Be careful when shopping for windscreens. Read the fine print and disclaimers to make sure your motorcycle isn't at risk or simply go with the superior choice and install an MRA!


What's in the box:

  • MRA Touring Screen for BMW R1200R
  • Installation instructions


  • BMW R1200R 2011-2014
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Customer Reviews
Review by MickeyD
I needed a larger windshield for a 2007 BMW R1200R which I purchased recently. BMW wanted $400 bucks so I found this one. Although it said it was for the 11-14 model years, the picture showed the same bolt pattern I have on my bike. I took a chance and ordered it and am VERY happy. Bolted right on and looks great. (Posted on 6/2/2016)
Review by Doc
I have an 2014 R1200R dark white BMW. The standard sport screen was, for the most part, useless at deflecting the wind. I experienced substantial turbulence and wind noise. I had been looking for a replacement screen for months. The BMW touring screen looked nice but is way too pricey. I thought the other brands were huge and ugly. This screen is perfect for me. I'm 5'11' and It cuts the wind from my chest and helmet enough to make riding very comfortable and it's appearance, I think, actually enhances the look of the bike. The quality is top notch. It fit the sport screen mounts exactly. Installation took all of 10 min. All the mounting hardware is included. i.e. screws, washers and covers. The only negatives I can think of are: you can see the screen vibrate in high cross winds and the washers are a pain to keep on during mounting. A dab of grease to hold them does the trick however.
Hope this is helpful
P.S. Sorry I bought the last one in stock (Posted on 11/5/2014)
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