BMW has launched four new special edition models to celebrate the GS model’s 30th anniversary. The bikes, which are R1200GS and Adventure, F800 and F650GS models, mainly stand out thanks to the new BMW Motorrad Motorsport paintscheme, decals, handguards, spoked wheels, red seats and tinted windscreens.

2010 BMW 30th anniversary GS series Exterior
- image 361133

These modern machines pay tribute to the first GS model, the famous 1980 R80GS, also acknowledged as being one of the first enduro bikes around, also thanks to its Dakar success. BMW’s celebration range is called “30 Years GS” and you can check out each model’s details after the jump.

 

30 Years GS range by BMW

2010 BMW 30th anniversary GS series Exterior
- image 361132
2010 BMW R1200GS special features
  • White paintwork
  • BMW Motorrad Motorsport three colour stripe
  • “30 Years GS” tank decals
  • Spoked wheels with black finish
  • Hand protectors
  • Tinted windscreen
  • Red seat with embossed GS stamped into it
2010 BMW 30th anniversary GS series Exterior
- image 361134
2010 BMW R1200GS Adventure special features
  • White paintwork
  • BMW Motorrad Motorsport three colour stripe
  • “30 Years GS” tank decals
  • Spoked wheels with black finish
  • Extra-large hand protectors
  • Engine protection bars
  • Red seat with embossed GS stamped into it
2010 BMW 30th anniversary GS series Exterior
- image 361131
2010 BMW F800GS special features
  • White paintwork
  • BMW Motorrad Motorsport three colour stripe
  • “30 Years GS” decals on the airbox cover
  • Engine protection bars
  • Hand protectors with stainless steel hoops and bigger spoilers
  • Red seat with embossed GS stamped into it
  • Tinted windscreen
2010 BMW 30th anniversary GS series Exterior
- image 361130
2010 BMW F650GS special features
  • White paintwork
  • BMW Motorrad Motorsport three colour stripe
  • “30 Years GS” decals at the back of the bike
  • Magnesium coloured cast wheels
  • Engine protection (in plastic)
  • Hand protectors with stainless steel hoops and spoilers
  • Red seat with embossed GS stamped into it
  • Tinted, higher windscreen

Source: MCN

What do you think?
Show Comments

2 comments:

  (1023) posted on 07.26.2010

It’s a mix of contemporary old and modern design.

Rod  (825) posted on 05.11.2010

Cool 30 years and still the best dual sport bike nice.smiley

Motorcycle Finder: