After driving the BMW F800GS for 37000 kms, decided to do an Honest review on it! The good, the bad, and the installed improvements Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post
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By: Andrew P Collins BMW got into motorcycles in the 1920s, and they’ve turned out more than a few legendary bikes since. Today their two-wheeled lineup is more diverse than ever; I’ve just had a chance to experience the spectrum on their stripped-down screamer and fully-fluffed luxury liner. Every year following the New York Auto […]
Just exactly who is the new S1000RR-with-an-R-missing for, and why would anyone want it? Why the question above? Simple. We’ve too often witnessed a manufacturer offering a handlebar version of its open-class sportbike, only to be disappointed when we learn that the machine has also lost its character, performance, and smarts. So, getting right to […]
Long Distance GS By: Damien Bertrand The last representative of the machines dedicated to travelling across the planet, if not just by their style, the R 1200 GS Adventure makes of “extreme” its reason for being. However you can cross them in the urban jungle as well as the virgin jungle. An ability to seduce […]
What’s New: After putting a couple hundred miles on both the BMW K1600GT and BMW K1600GTL, I’m afraid I can’t report that they’re all-day comfortable. You see, even two days later, my thighs are still sore. It’s not a question of ergonomics, it’s just that spending an entire day hanging off the side of a […]
BMW’s F800GT made a mark on us from our initial First Ride report. And after another couple of months of living with the propeller brand’s latest middleweight sport tourer, it’s safe to say that this is the one motorcycle that we’d love to keep in our garage due to its proficient road performance and day-to-day […]
By Roland Brown It might be a slightly unfair comparison, but if adventure bikes are motorcycling’s equivalent of the 4×4 the new BMW F800GS is a traditional Land Rover: down-to-earth, slightly crude in places, but built like a tank and well designed for its job. In the BMW’s case, that job is long-distance travel, […]
On this special episode of On Two Wheels, Sport Rider Editor-in-Chief Kent Kunitsugu brings you a detailed, inside look at the cutting edge electronics that make the BMW HP4 the most advanced sportbike ever made. After all the tech talk, Kent gets the unique opportunity to put BMW’s fantastic limited edition HP4 Superbike through a […]
By Tim Stevens, Temecula, CA —The BMW F800ST found few fans, largely due to confusion over whether it was a sportsbike or sport tourer. To settle the matter ST has been kicked into touch and replaced by the 2013 BMW F800GT. New look, a little more power, a different riding position, plus a host of […]
The BMW RT is around for 30 years now and this 2 cylinder model still continues to reward its riders with first class performances. During its long life span the model has received constant upgrades and today is packed with the latest technologies. The motorcycle offers excellent wind and weather protection, optimum ergonomics and features […]
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