BMW has rolled out a pair of new enduro bikes for 2019, the F 750 GS and F 850 GS.
The main focus on the redesign of these BMW enduro bikes was to increase power while keeping fuel consumption in check. Both bikes use the same 853 cc powerplant, with the F 750 GS getting 77 horsepower at 7,500 rpm. while the new F 850 GS gets 90 hp at 8,000 rpm. A sic-speed gearbox sends power to the rear wheel.
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New ride modes will help GS riders tailor the bike’s performance to different circumstances. Road and Rain mode are included as standard equipment on all bikes, while a number of other modes are optional. Dynamic, Enduro and Enduro Pro (850 only) can all be had, getting the bike to adjust its throttle response, ABS and ASC stability control system to allow the machine to better perform in each circumstance.
A new bridge frame has been added to the bikes, offering benefits in torsional rigidity and allowing the fuel tank to be moved to the classic position between the seat and steering head.
A full LED headlight is now standard equipment on both bikes, not only offering great visibility but also a unique style for these machines. Electronic suspension adjustment is also available on this bike as an option, while a 6.5-inch full-color display is used to control all of the bikes tech.