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Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by Dorsicano, Feb 3, 2011.
BTW, I had a go on the water boxer when i was riding Laos two weeks ago.
More to follow.
A little bit more information here: Appears there were two riders down.
A picture of a Touratech-bike from the exhibition in Stockholm that’s opens today
Where are your boots mate o0
Those engine guards are going to make valve checks fun...
It's bolted down at the front axel as a static display...
liking the blue and white models.....along with the cast wheels.
Word is the US launch has been moved to a high school soccer field in Omaha. The on-road routes are being coned off at a nearby Walmart.
I guess if get to go to the national rally next year the demo fleet ride will be a bit more sedate.
First review is out! http://www.motorcyclistonline.com/firstrides/122_1305_2013_bmw_r1200gs_first_ride/
Sounds ok except for:
"The engine is a little less tractor-like in slow off road situations......it is a little less friendly when lugging through a tricky section of dirt"
That lugging ability of my existing GS comes in handy in the tight going.
Came across this firstride report from Motorcyclist. This thread will be a place to post all new 1200GS reviews. Post away!
Leave it to an inmate to read a positive review and point out the one negative thing said.
Here's our First Ride report hot off the "presses":
Facebook album is here, too:
What if I am 6'5 and over 300#? :)
Man! I shoulda' known you guys woulda' been on this faster than I could get from posting it to over here...
"Pricing has yet to be announced. Its likely the base GS will be close in price to the current bike$16,150 with ABS but without ESA or ASC. As with the current bike, adding all the options will probably take you above $20K.
Read more: http://www.motorcyclistonline.com/f...r1200gs_first_ride/viewall.html#ixzz2IvtoIobC"
Thanks for posting.
Looks like I'll get one in 7-10years, after my current 2008GS has 350K-500K on it.
Just heard that one of the gerno's got killed on one of the R1200GS's today, very sad news