It’s the turn of the BMW R 1300 GS Adventure to be renewed

It’s the turn of the BMW R 1300 GS Adventure to be renewed
It’s the turn of the BMW R 1300 GS Adventure to be renewed

The only thing missing to complete the catalogue was the BMW R 1300 GS. Adventure.

The the most adventurous variation The German maxi-trail has been extensively redesigned, and benefits from all the improvements introduced by the “standard” R 1300 GS unveiled last September, both mechanically and aesthetically.

At the heart of this BMW R 1300 GS Adventure 2024 we find the moteur Boxer de 1 300 cm3 who produces 145 horsepower at 7,750 rpm and a maximum torque of 149 Nm at 6,500 rpm. Which still makes it the most powerful BMW Boxer engine ever produced in series production.

The die-cast aluminum subframe frame is also part of the package, offering higher levels of rigidity than the previous model.EVO Telelever and theEVO Paralever at the front and rear are also carried over to the Adventure version, as is the new electronic dynamic suspension adjustment (DSA) as an ex-works option, with dynamic adaptation of damping and spring rate, as well as load compensation depending on the selected driving mode, driving conditions and maneuvers.

Adaptive ride height control and adaptive ride height control with lowering also remain available as an option. A system that offers fully automatic adjustment of the vehicle height depending on the operating conditions and allows the motorcycle to be lowered by 30 mm when stationary and at low speeds.

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The four riding modes are there: “Rain”, “Road”, “Eco” and “Enduro”, as are the numerous driver aids already seen on the standard R 1300 GS: Engine Drag Torque Control (MSR), Dynamic Brake Assist (DBC), Hill Start Assist (HSC) and Dynamic Cruise Control (DCR) as standard, but also the new Riding Assistant option, consisting of Active Cruise Control (ACC), Front Collision Warning (FCW) and Lane Change Warning (SWW) and the new Rear End Collision Warning (RECW). A rear collision warning system (RECW) that warns following vehicles of an imminent rear-end collision by flashing the hazard lights at a higher frequency.

As mentioned, the new BMW R 1300 GS Adventure inaugure l’Automated Shift Assistant (ASA). An innovative technical solution developed by BMW that allows the automation of the clutch and gear change. A technology only available as an option (+ €900) in combination with the Original or PRO finishes, on the GS Adventure, and which will arrive on the standard R 1300 GS in September.

The new BMW R 1300 GS Adventure also benefits from the new light signature introduced on the standard version late last year, with its X-shaped LED optics and turn signals integrated into the handguards, and adds auxiliary lights as standard.

And Center stand and lithium-ion battery are standard On the Adventure, the 37-litre aluminium top case and its carrier, an electrical interface for lighting and a USB charging socket as well as integrated grab handles for the passenger are available as options, as are the new aluminium cases, each with a load capacity of up to 10 kg, for a total capacity of over 73 litres (37 litres on the left, 36.5 litres on the right).


The new R 1300 GS Adventure (269 kg all full) also has a strong argument: a completely new design which sets it apart from the R 1300 GS, notably due to the 30 litre aluminium fuel tanklargely uncovered (19 litres for the standard R 1300 GS).

In addition, three fastening elements have been screwed onto the upper panel of the tank for easy and simple refueling and quick access to the smartphone charging compartment. This solution offers individual fastening eyelets for luggage and at the same time provides a hinged holder with snap closure for the 12-litre tank bag with inner bag and waterproof outer bags, available in the accessories catalogue.

The new BMW R 1300 GS Adventure is available in a basic version from €23,750, but also in variants Triple Black, GS Trophy et Option 719 Karakorum with its exclusive color.

Like the rest of the BMW range, the R 1300 GS Adventure, already available to order for a planned arrival in dealerships next November, can be personalized via equipment and accessory packs. Elements also available individually in order to customize your motorcycle from A to Z according to your needs and desires.

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