The Puig Electronic Regulation System (ERS) for the BMW R 1250 GS and R 1200 GS windscreens is an innovative aftermarket accessory that enhances the riding experience by allowing riders to electronically adjust the windscreen’s height on the fly.

Puig Electronic Regulation System

This plug-and-play electronic system enables riders to raise and lower the windscreen using a simple button, a significant improvement over the stock manual adjustment method that requires stopping.


BMW R 1250 GS

Puig’s ERS kit includes essential components like an electric motor, connectors, and wiring for a seamless installation. Additionally, a small spoiler is part of the kit to close gaps when the windscreen is in its highest position. This accessory provides a convenient solution for riders who switch between city and highway riding, where wind protection preferences differ.

Puig’s ERS kit

With the ability to raise the windscreen six centimetres higher and lower it by two centimetres compared to stock settings, the ERS offers substantial customization. Notably, the kit utilizes the bike’s existing windscreen, minimizing the need for extensive modifications.

Premium price

Priced at 493 Euros (approximately $536 USD), the Puig ERS kit is a premium offering that delivers enhanced functionality and comfort. The installation process, which takes about an hour, involves removing the bike’s headlight and TFT display, a task that might seem challenging to some riders. For those uncertain about installation, it’s advisable to have the kit professionally installed.

Here are some of the pros and cons of the Puig ERS:


  • Allows you to adjust the height of the windscreen with the push of a button
  • Can be customized to your specific needs
  • Easy to install (with the help of a professional)
  • Made from high-quality materials


  • Premium price
  • Requires removing the bike’s headlight and TFT display to install
  • May not be necessary for everyone


The Puig ERS kit presents an appealing option for adventure bike enthusiasts seeking a tailored riding experience. Its electronic windscreen adjustment capability and comprehensive kit contents make it a valuable upgrade, albeit at a higher cost. Riders should evaluate their technical skills and preferences before deciding on self-installation or professional assistance.

Sources: Motorrad Online, Puig

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