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Discussion in 'Parallel Universe' started by GS-A-Day, Apr 12, 2017.
Yes from a buyers standpoint - Fortunately. BMW's standpoint - Unfortunately.
I've read that for the 2021 750gs won't be possible to switch off rear wheel abs...
I didn't know the 750 ever had Enduro Pro mode. you can turn off the ABS completely, but rear only is Enduro pro
This is exactly what we experienced on my wifes 750 on a recent 4K trip
If we road at 70-75 mileage was crap 65 and less we were back to 45 mpg
im on a 1250 and same thing
I guess they are not the sleekist of girls... Because that points directly to aerodynamics... Unless there's something wonky about the engine's fuel efficiency at that little bit higher RPM.
Not sleek or light
On a side note while at high altitudes in Colorado both bikes were getting great mileage
F750 300 per tank
R1250 400 - 450 per tank
wind protection costs mpg. Bmws are great touring bikes. They’re planted, heavy and have lots of wind deterrents. They also don’t excel at fuel economy. I’m okay with it.
My main riding buddy is on a Ducati Multistrada Enduro and he averages 32 mpg, they make up for it with nearly a 9 gallon fuel tank!
If you need to worry about fuel economy may I suggest a Prius???
I’ve been to work and back all week with one tank on my gsa!
Also, you’re in jersey aren’t you ? Any places around here to ride? I miss that nc dirt damn it
Hey I distinctly remember you saying that you run in road mode for fuel economy!
You can ride on/in State Forest as long as you stick to established dirt/sand roads.... General rule of thumb is if you can't drive it with a pickup you don't belong there.
Well yeah but I don't complain about it either...
Don't see any complaining here.
Knowing that high speed highway range is only 66% of back road range, that's only gonna help me plan my trip.
Knowledge is Power!
As an FYI it looks like Barkbusters are back in stock at Revzilla.
I have the same bike down the road in Boise. I hope you have had a chance to put some 50/50 tires on it and let it rip in the dirt! Regarding being 2 up; I had a 1200 GS and my wife and I both like the 850 GSA better when we are together. I put a Sergeant seat on it and it seems to space us out just about right. Enjoy the ride!
What is the difference between the 850 GS and 850 GS adventure? I’m sorry I know this has probably been answered but I can’t find it.
More gas tank capacity, standard crash bars, and different style of luggage. Probably a few other little things.
Ahh okay. Thank you!