All the details of the new BMW R 1300 GS Adventure before its official presentation on July 5

Under the motto “The Ultimate Globetrotter” – #SpiritOfGSBMW has just published a teaser about what seems like the official presentation of its new R 1300 GS Adventure 2025. This has been scheduled by the German firm for the next day July 5th. Below the image you can read: “Don’t miss the live broadcast on Friday, July 5 at 5:00 pm CEST to see a highly anticipated world premiere.”

In addition, the timing of this presentation will coincide with the first day of the BMW Motorrad Days 2024. In this way, the Bavarian brand will finally unveil one of the most eagerly awaited models by its die-hard fans. A bike that generation after generation continues to raise great expectations among fans of the high-performance Adventure segment.

BMW R 1300 GS Adventure 2025: Latest details before its official presentation

In the image published by BMW Motorrad, we can only see the unmistakable front of the new generation R 1300 GS 2024 and around it, a voluminous silhouette. Everything suggests that these are the shapes of the fuel tank of this special Adventure variant, registered by the brand in the Swiss patent office on May 31 under the initials GSA.

The biggest novelty in this new Adventure saga of the innovative R 1300 GS is the inclusion, within the catalogue of options, of the new Automated Shift Assistant (ASA). This offers manual or fully automatic configuration and its price is expected to be around 1,000 euros. In addition, this GS Adventure 2025 will have a fuel tank with the capacity to hold a figure around 29 liters.

Other notable details of the R 1300 GS Adventure The tare weight is 21 kilograms higher than that declared for the 2024 R 1300 GS. Part of this excess weight is due to the increase in tank capacity, but also to the arrival of some extra equipment elements, such as a set of side protection bars.

This increase in weight could force BMW to modify the elements that make up the rear of the 2025 Adventure, swingarm and subframe, with specific reinforcements to withstand the new demands. In addition, the German firm has approved final dimensions that make its new variant a shorter bike, although it is longer and taller than the standard version:

All the details of the new BMW R 1300 GS Adventure before its official presentation on July 5

  • Maximum length 2,208 mm
  • Variable height between 1,538 and 1,588 mm (possibility of an adjustable front windshield)
  • Suspensions with 20 mm more travel

Likewise, the R 1300 GS Adventure 2025 It will not use a 21” rim on its front, as was initially speculated. This will finally be marketed with approved tire sizes. 120/70 R19 front and 170/60 R17 rear. All this for a price that will most likely be set above 20,000 euros, although we will still have to wait a few days to be able to definitively confirm everything.

All the details of the new BMW R 1300 GS Adventure before its official presentation on July 5

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