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BMW GS1200 (1-3 Days)
|Number of seats||2 (Driver and Passenger)|
|Safety||RDC / ASC / Hand protectors and Engine side bars|
|Wind cut front screen||Fitted|
|Suspension||Adjustable, EPS on R1200 GS|
|Tire type||Dual On & Off-road tires|
|No of storage cases||2x Side and 1 x top Aluminium Pannier boxes|
|Engine Configuration||Flat Twin DOHC|
|Torque||(Nm) Max 120 Nm at 6,000 rpm (R 1200 GS)|
|No of speeds||6|
|Primary drive||(Rear Wheel) Drive shaft|
|Fuel economy||4.2 km/100 km|
|Range||App 450 km|
Saddle and Tank bags are also available on request.
Some More Info
ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) – The ABS system uses sensors to monitor and prevent wheel lock-up and skidding. BMW offers two systems on its motorcycles: Partial Integral and Fully Integral. The Partial Integral System applies the front and rear brakes when the hand brake is applied, but when the foot brake is used, braking force is only applied to the rear wheel. The Fully Integral System applies both the front and rear brakes when either the hand or foot brake is used.
RDC (Tire Pressure Monitor) – The RDC measures tire pressure via a battery powered sensor mounted on each rim inside the tire. The sensor is located on the inside of the valve stem and it measures the absolute tire pressure. Pressure loss is indicated via yellow or red warning light on the info screen. The system will also indicate a sensor failure.
ESA (Electronic Suspension Adjustment) – This system allows you to electronically adjust pre-load at the rear shock for one-up, two-up or two-up with luggage and then separately adjust the rebound damping between three levels: sport, normal, comfort. ASC (Automatic Stability Control) – Reduces spin, or loss of traction, at the rear wheel. It works by sensing the relative speed between the front and rear wheels. If the rear wheel is spinning faster than the front, then it reduces engine power output by retarding the ignition or temporarily cutting the fuel injection. It can be switched off at any time.