Great Review-New 2013 BMW 1200GS

BMW R1200 GS World’s Most Successful Perfected -Woman Riders’ Agree


MOTORESS women and motorcycles, motorcycling for women

The “BMW GS” concept has embodied riding pleasure and the desire for adventure for over 30 years. This applies especially to the GS motorcycles with the opposed-twin “boxer” engine. The “big GS” allows a motorcyclist to explore the most remote corners of the world – an idea that has already inspired numerous globetrotters to set off on their travels.  But the GS was and still is much more than this. Whether sports-style cornering on winding country roads, excellent travel times due to high motorway speeds, and relaxed tours with a passenger or daring rides over rough terrain – every GS has offered supreme mastery of these skills in its respective era and this won’t change with the new version. Continue reading “Great Review-New 2013 BMW 1200GS”


Even though I wish it was one of us going I am really PSYCHED BMW picked at least one grrl for this amazing ride of a lifetime! But, no one from North America?  We know how to ride an adventure 😉


It has now been decided. Five of the best candidates have won the chance to experience five of the best motorcycling tours imaginable on the new R 1200 GS. BMW Motorrad’s ‘Ride of your Life’ competition attracted thousands of entries from across the globe, making it extremely difficult for the high-profile jury to make their final decision and choose the five candidates who will benefit from this life-changing, money-can’t-buy experience aboard the most eagerly-awaited new motorcycle in a generation. Continue reading “FIVE OF THE BEST GS ENTHUSIASTS WIN THE RIDE OF THEIR LIVES!”

Spied! – 2013 BMW R1250GS Liquid cooling for BMW’s next adventure-touring bike

2013 BMW R1250GS

Continue reading “Spied! – 2013 BMW R1250GS Liquid cooling for BMW’s next adventure-touring bike”

2012 or 2013 BMW R1200GS????????? Anything more on this out there?

A reader spied what appears to be an undisguised, liquid-cooled replacement for the BMW R1200GS testing on a Spanish highway. In addition to the new motor, it looks like the beak has been sharpened up, the paralever swingarm/drive shaft has been moved to the bike’s left side and the exhaust canister to the right. Why liquid-cooling when the rugged simplicity of the air-cooled boxer suited the GS so well?

Anyone have more info about this potential change for BMW and the 1200GS??????

Source:  Hell for Leather

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