BMW F series

BMW F series

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Motorcycle enthusiasts eagerly awaiting the arrival of BMW’s new F 800 GS will need to be a bit more patient, as production of the middleweight dual-purpose enduro will be delayed due to worldwide demand for the popular F 650 GS. The F 800 GS is expected to be available at US BMW Motorrad retailers in Fall 2008, making it a 2009 model. Fulfilling a need for a pure off-road oriented motorcycle that still has all the power, handling and reliability required for long-distance adventure (...)
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With the completely new enduro model, the F 800 GS, BMW Motorrad is not only expanding its range of products available, but also presenting a worthy successor to the totally successful F 650 GS with its single-cylinder engine.

Posted on by Anthony Kodack
To coincide with the end of the plant holidays, BMW Motorrad starts the model year 2008 with a range of new colours and equipment packages. The most important piece of news of model year 2008 is the new special equipment packages – in particular the safety package offered for nearly all models which includes ASC (Automatic Stability Control), ABS and RDC (tyre pressure control) as a combined feature. The advantage of these packages is that they offer tried and tested combinations with a (...)
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"Serious touring" - the BMW F 800 ST shows you how much fun you can have with common sense. No matter where you want to ride, the sharp-handling F 800 ST gets you there, mile after mile.

F 650 CS city perfection Poised at the intersection of performance and styling, the city-savvy F 650 CS redefines the term ’urban assault vehicle’. Combining BMW’s new 2 SPARK ignition system with an on-board computer system five times as powerful as the original, the F 650 CS has significantly increased fuel efficiency giving you more metro miles to the gallon. Agile and downright fun to ride, the F 650 CS provides other added enhancements including new 3 position adjustable clutch, the now (...)

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