No - never specifically weighed it. But if you look at this page ... http://www.ultimatejourney.com/prep.html ... you will see their F650 Funduros with metal boxes weighed 240 kgs ready to ship (no fuel), and 300 kgs once in the shipping crate. Terry and I shipped our bikes back at the end of our journey this year and each bike with all the luggage and in full wooden crate was an avge of 248 kgs - and we still had fuel in the bikes because we truck / freighted back, whereas the numbers on the page above for the F650GS were without fuel because they were airfreighting. So our bikes would be about 55 - 60 kgs less than the F650s above if we had no fuel in the bikes. Now, about 20 - 25 kgs of that difference will be the basic bike difference (XC vs F650 Funduro weights). The other 35 kgs will be the much lighter luggage, and no metal boxes (the guys above used full size Jesse Panniers). If you assume the crate weighs about 60 kgs (as per the information above), the the bikes all loaded with luggage but light on fuel are about 188 kgs. Call it 195-200kgs with full fuel, all tools, spare parts and full luggage. Terrys would be slightly lighter than mine, with a few kgs less luggage and without the front fairing. That would compare to about 250-260 kgs for a Dakar with metal boxes, or 290 -300 kgs for a 1200 GS all loaded up with metal boxes and full of fuel. If you are thinking GSA or Super Tenere or Tiger Explorer, with the sorts of luggage you see people carry on those big rigs, then you are potentially up around 325 -350 kgs for a wet fully fuelled bike with full touring luggage, spare parts etc.