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Old 06-28-2015, 04:58 AM   #1
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List of weight, power & torque of some midsized ADV-type(?) bikes.

F or no reason other than it is raining, and I thought it was interesting, here is a brief summary of wet weights with some kW & Nm figures of a number of recent model bikes taken from the (totally believable) internet:


Weights are the latest models, wet where possible, where listed as dry, I have added (+x) where x is the fuel capacity in litres. It’s a pretty rough and random collection. Sorry if your favourite isn’t here. Quote then copy/paste it in if you like.


Most of the info comes from this great site of motorcycle specs with nice piccies here: http://www.motorcyclespecs.co.za/index.htm




Aprilia Dorsoduro SMV 750 - 186 kg dry (+ 12), 67 kW, 82 Nm.
Benelli Tre-K 1130 Amazonas – 208 kg dry (+ 22), 92 kW, 115 Nm.
CCM GP 450 Adventure – 125kg (+20), 29.4kW, 43 Nm.
BMW F 700GS – 209 kg, 55kW, 77 Nm.
BMW F 800GS Adventure – 229 kg, 62.5 kW, 80 Nm.
BMW R 1200GS LC Adventure – 260kg, 92 kW, 125 Nm.
Ducati Hypermotard 820 SP – 194 kg, 110 kW, 89 Nm.
Honda CR500 - 106 kg, 42 kW, 55 Nm??
Honda CB500X - 195 kg, 35 Kw, 43 Nm.
Honda XR 650L – 158 kg, 30 kW, 51 Nm.
Honda CRF1000 Africa Twin – unknown.
Husaberg FE450 – 112 kg (+9), 34 kW, 48 Nm
Kawasaki KLE 650 Versys – 216 kg, 56 kW, 74 Nm.
Kawasaki KLR 650 – 194 kg, 31 kW, 47 Nm.
KTM 690 LC4 Enduro R – 150 kg, 49 kW, 58 Nm.
KTM 990 Adventure R Baja – 209 kg (+20), 84 kW, 100 Nm.
KTM 1190 Adventure R – 217 kg (+23), 108kW, 125 Nm.
Suzuki DR650 S - 162 kg, 32 kW, 54 Nm.
Suzuki DL 650 V-Strom / Adventure / XT / – 214 kg, 49 kW, 60 Nm.
Suzuki 1200 Adventure – unknown. (joke)
Yamaha XT660R – 181 kg wet, 35 kW, 58 Nm.
Yamaha XT 660Z Ténéré – 206 kg, 34 kW, 58 Nm.
Yamaha XT 1200ZE/ES Super Ténéré Worldcrosser – 261kg, 82kw, 117 Nm.
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Old 06-28-2015, 05:19 AM   #2
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I added the standard F800 which you only had the GSA, and the new Strom 1000


BMW F 700GS – 209 kg, 55 kW, 77 Nm
BMW F 800GS – 214 kg, 63 kW, 83 Nm
BMW F 800GS Adventure – 229 kg, 62.5 kW, 80 Nm.

Suzuki DL1000 V- Strom 228 kg 74 KW, 103 Nm

Nice work on the thread, good reference

Just for reference, when I'm looking at a new bike I put ALL the specs in a spreadsheet of the possible bikes side by side to compare absolutely everything, and I even try and get photos of them next to each other, I'm a bit anal like that.

When you look at the standard F800 next to the F800GSA you can see the weight difference


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Old 06-28-2015, 06:39 AM   #3
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Just for reference, when I'm looking at a new bike I put ALL the specs in a spreadsheet of the possible bikes side by side to compare absolutely everything, and I even try and get photos of them next to each other, I'm a bit anal like that.
Nahh, it's just good fun.

Aprilia Dorsoduro SMV 750 - 186 kg dry (+ 12), 67 kW, 82 Nm.
Benelli Tre-K 1130 Amazonas – 208 kg dry (+ 22), 92 kW, 115 Nm.
CCM GP 450 Adventure – 125kg (+20), 29.4kW, 43 Nm.
BMW F 700GS – 209 kg, 55kW, 77 Nm.
BMW F 800GS Adventure – 229 kg, 62.5 kW, 80 Nm.
BMW R 1200GS LC Adventure – 260kg, 92 kW, 125 Nm.
BMW F 700GS – 209 kg, 55 kW, 77 Nm
BMW F 800GS – 214 kg, 63 kW, 83 Nm
BMW F 800GS Adventure – 229 kg, 62.5 kW, 80 Nm.
Ducati Hypermotard 820 SP – 194 kg, 110 kW, 89 Nm.
Honda CR500 - 106 kg, 42 kW, 55 Nm??
Honda CB500X - 195 kg, 35 Kw, 43 Nm.
Honda XR 650L – 158 kg, 30 kW, 51 Nm.
Honda CRF1000 Africa Twin – unknown.
Husaberg FE450 – 112 kg (+9), 34 kW, 48 Nm
Kawasaki KLE 650 Versys – 216 kg, 56 kW, 74 Nm.
Kawasaki KLR 650 – 194 kg, 31 kW, 47 Nm.
KTM 690 LC4 Enduro R – 150 kg, 49 kW, 58 Nm.
KTM 990 Adventure R Baja – 209 kg (+20), 84 kW, 100 Nm.
KTM 1190 Adventure R – 217 kg (+23), 108kW, 125 Nm.
Suzuki DR650 S - 162 kg, 32 kW, 54 Nm.
Suzuki DL 650 V-Strom / Adventure / XT / – 214 kg, 49 kW, 60 Nm.
Suzuki DL1000 V- Strom 228 kg 74 KW, 103 Nm
Suzuki 1200 Adventure – unknown. (joke)
Yamaha XT660R – 181 kg wet, 35 kW, 58 Nm.
Yamaha XT 660Z Ténéré – 206 kg, 34 kW, 58 Nm.
Yamaha XT 1200ZE/ES Super Ténéré Worldcrosser – 261kg, 82kw, 117 Nm.
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Old 06-28-2015, 12:07 PM   #4
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I added the standard F800 which you only had the GSA, and the new Strom 1000


BMW F 700GS – 209 kg, 55 kW, 77 Nm
BMW F 800GS – 214 kg, 63 kW, 83 Nm
BMW F 800GS Adventure – 229 kg, 62.5 kW, 80 Nm.

Suzuki DL1000 V- Strom 228 kg 74 KW, 103 Nm

Nice work on the thread, good reference

Just for reference, when I'm looking at a new bike I put ALL the specs in a spreadsheet of the possible bikes side by side to compare absolutely everything, and I even try and get photos of them next to each other, I'm a bit anal like that.

When you look at the standard F800 next to the F800GSA you can see the weight difference


WR 450??? Best bike of the bunch??
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Old 06-28-2015, 02:05 PM   #5
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Old 06-28-2015, 02:17 PM   #6
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Tell ya what that Amazonas has some interesting numbers. I've never really considered one, more out of ignorance than anything I suppose.

No XR600R? Come on guys lets get serious now and put the worlds greatest all purpose bikes numbers up here
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Old 06-28-2015, 02:26 PM   #7
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Yes and I've seen it listed at that weight as wet somewhere too, who knows
It has a 19" front to which is a nice compromise for the not so serious stuff

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Tell ya what that Amazonas has some interesting numbers. I've never really considered one, more out of ignorance than anything I suppose.
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Old 06-28-2015, 03:18 PM   #8
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Current generation of Tiger 800 variants. I'll list all of them for completeness. However, the only two major variants are the "XR" line and the "XC" line with different suspension, handlebars, wheels, etc. The other variations are just levels of accessory fitout, e.g. factory crashbars fitted as standard. So the final list should probably just be 'XR' and 'XC' base trim, I guess?

Source: Triumph Australia site.

Roadie (19" wheel, narrow bars, etc)
Triumph Tiger 800XR - 213kg, 70kW, 79Nm
Triumph Tiger 800XRx - 216kg, 70kW, 79Nm
Triumph Tiger 800XRt - 216kg, 70kW, 79Nm

Cross-country (21" wheel, wide bars, etc)
Triumph Tiger 800XC - 218kg, 70kW, 79Nm
Triumph Tiger 800XCx - 221kg, 70kW, 79Nm
Triumph Tiger 800XCa - 221kg, 70kW, 79Nm
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Old 06-28-2015, 03:34 PM   #9
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Updated with new requests:
Aprilia Dorsoduro SMV 750 - 186 kg dry (+ 12), 67 kW, 82 Nm.
Benelli Tre-K 1130 Amazonas – 208 kg dry (+ 22), 92 kW, 115 Nm.
CCM GP 450 Adventure – 125kg (+20), 29.4kW, 43 Nm.
BMW F 700GS – 209 kg, 55kW, 77 Nm.
BMW F 800GS Adventure – 229 kg, 62.5 kW, 80 Nm.
BMW R 1200GS LC Adventure – 260kg, 92 kW, 125 Nm.
BMW F 700GS – 209 kg, 55 kW, 77 Nm
BMW F 800GS – 214 kg, 63 kW, 83 Nm
BMW F 800GS Adventure – 229 kg, 62.5 kW, 80 Nm.
Ducati Hypermotard 820 SP – 194 kg, 110 kW, 89 Nm.
Honda CR500 - 106 kg, 42 kW, 55 Nm??
Honda CB500X - 195 kg, 35 Kw, 43 Nm.
Honda XR600 - 134 (+20), 34kW, 52 Nm. (a yr 2000 bike)
Honda XR 650L – 158 kg, 30 kW, 51 Nm.
Honda CRF1000 Africa Twin – unknown.
Husaberg FE450 – 112 kg (+9), 34 kW, 48 Nm
Kawasaki KLE 650 Versys – 216 kg, 56 kW, 74 Nm.
Kawasaki KLR 650 – 194 kg, 31 kW, 47 Nm.
KTM 690 LC4 Enduro R – 150 kg, 49 kW, 58 Nm.
KTM 990 Adventure R Baja – 209 kg (+20), 84 kW, 100 Nm.
KTM 1190 Adventure R – 217 kg (+23), 108kW, 125 Nm.
Suzuki DR650 S - 162 kg, 32 kW, 54 Nm.
Suzuki DL 650 V-Strom / Adventure / XT / – 214 kg, 49 kW, 60 Nm.
Suzuki DL1000 V- Strom 228 kg 74 KW, 103 Nm
Suzuki 1200 Adventure – unknown. (joke)
Triumph Tiger 800XR - 213kg, 70kW, 79Nm
Triumph Tiger 800XRx - 216kg, 70kW, 79Nm
Triumph Tiger 800XRt - 216kg, 70kW, 79Nm
Triumph Tiger 800XC - 218kg, 70kW, 79Nm
Triumph Tiger 800XCx - 221kg, 70kW, 79Nm
Triumph Tiger 800XCa - 221kg, 70kW, 79Nm
Yamaha XT660R – 181 kg wet, 35 kW, 58 Nm.
Yamaha XT 660Z Ténéré – 206 kg, 34 kW, 58 Nm.
Yamaha XT 1200ZE/ES Super Ténéré Worldcrosser – 261kg, 82kw, 117 Nm.
Yamaha WR450F - 122 kg, 42 kW, 49 Nm.
Yamaha WR250R - 134 kg, 23 kW, 24 Nm.
Yamaha WR450R - nahh, just teasing.
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Aprilia Dorsoduro SMV 750 - 186 kg dry (+ 12), 67 kW, 82 Nm.
Benelli Tre-K 1130 Amazonas – 208 kg dry (+ 22), 92 kW, 115 Nm.
CCM GP 450 Adventure – 125kg (+20), 29.4kW, 43 Nm.
BMW F 700GS – 209 kg, 55 kW, 77 Nm
BMW F 800GS – 214 kg, 63 kW, 83 Nm
BMW F 800GS Adventure – 229 kg, 62.5 kW, 80 Nm.
BMW G650GS 2012> -192kg wet, 35kw, 60nm
BMW R 1200GS LC Adventure – 260kg, 92 kW, 125 Nm.
Ducati Hypermotard 820 SP – 194 kg, 110 kW, 89 Nm.
Honda CR500 - 106 kg, 42 kW, 55 Nm??
Honda CB500X - 195 kg, 35 Kw, 43 Nm.
Honda XR600 - 134 (+20), 34kW, 52 Nm. (a yr 2000 bike)
Honda XR 650L – 158 kg, 30 kW, 51 Nm.
Honda CRF1000 Africa Twin – unknown.
Husaberg FE450 – 112 kg (+9), 34 kW, 48 Nm
Kawasaki KLE 650 Versys – 216 kg, 56 kW, 74 Nm.
Kawasaki KLR 650 – 194 kg, 31 kW, 47 Nm.
KTM 690 LC4 Enduro R – 150 kg, 49 kW, 58 Nm.
KTM 990 Adventure R Baja – 209 kg (+20), 84 kW, 100 Nm.
KTM 1190 Adventure R – 217 kg (+23), 108kW, 125 Nm.
Suzuki DR650 S - 162 kg, 32 kW, 54 Nm.
Suzuki DL 650 V-Strom / Adventure / XT / – 214 kg, 49 kW, 60 Nm.
Suzuki DL1000 V- Strom 228 kg 74 KW, 103 Nm
Suzuki 1200 Adventure – unknown. (joke)
Triumph Tiger 800XR - 213kg, 70kW, 79Nm
Triumph Tiger 800XRx - 216kg, 70kW, 79NmTriumph Tiger 800XRt - 216kg, 70kW, 79Nm
Triumph Tiger 800XC - 218kg, 70kW, 79Nm
Triumph Tiger 800XCx - 221kg, 70kW, 79Nm
Triumph Tiger 800XCa - 221kg, 70kW, 79Nm
Yamaha XT660R – 181 kg wet, 35 kW, 58 Nm.
Yamaha XT 660Z Ténéré – 206 kg, 34 kW, 58 Nm.
Yamaha XT 1200ZE/ES Super Ténéré Worldcrosser – 261kg, 82kw, 117 Nm.
Yamaha WR450F - 122 kg, 42 kW, 49 Nm.
Yamaha WR250R - 134 kg, 23 kW, 24 Nm.
Yamaha WR450R - nahh, just teasing.
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WR 450??? Best bike of the bunch??
It hardly gets ridden anymore.
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Honda XR600 - 134 (+20), 34kW, 52 Nm. (a yr 2000 bike)

Thank you Mr Duk, wow only 34kw? Although the torque is pretty reasonable for its weight.
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Bikes ranked in order of kW/Kg


KLR650 wins the converted "Couldn't pull the skin off a rice pudding" category


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Yes and I've seen it listed at that weight as wet somewhere too, who knows
It has a 19" front to which is a nice compromise for the not so serious stuff
Re' Benelli:

Hard to find good reviews - offroad in particular

But does seem to be quite close to the concept behind the hypothetical CRF1000L

Also interesting that the adjusted figures for the WR450F come out a nudge ahead of the 690R - feels like that to me
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Would it be too much to do that for us with 100kg ("average" male plus a bit of gear) added to each, please?
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