BMW presents its R 1300 GS Trophy Competition Bike, the most radical and adventurous version

With the International GS Trophy Namibia 2024 in sight, it is now possible to configure our BMW R 1300 GS Trophy Competition based on the one offered by the German brand in the form of a standard version. This comes with everything necessary to be able to face a truly unique adventure that will take place from September 15 to 20, 2024.

The International GS Trophy now returns in 2024 to where it all began in 2008: Africa. The 22 national teams will have to face the “most challenging GS trophy we have seen so far”. In the words of Ralf RodepeterHead of Management at BMW Motorrad:

“After Tunisia, South Africa, Patagonia, Canada, Thailand, Mongolia, New Zealand and most recently Albania, BMW Motorrad once again went in search of the perfect GS terrain – and found it in the beautiful country of Namibia. Countless off-road kilometres with challenging route profiles passing through wonderful landscapes with fascinating flora and fauna once again ensure an exciting GS Trophy.”

BMW R 1300 GS Trophy Competition in detail

For this edition, competitors will have a special version made from the R 1300 GS Trophy standard. The equipment includes:

  • Handlebar Risers
  • Engine protection bar
  • Underbody and chassis protectors
  • Adjustable shift and brake levers
  • GS Vario driver’s footrest
  • Enduro hand lever
  • headlight protector
  • Hand protection extension in white
  • Black radial wheels with offroad tires

Mechanically, its two-cylinder boxer engine has exactly 1,300 cc displacement, producing a final power of 107 kW. (145 hp) at 7,750 rpm and a maximum torque of 149 Nm at 6,500 rpm. All of this reaches the rear wheel through a six-speed gearbox and also has four driving modes: Rain, Road, Eco and Enduro. The brand declares a final weight of 237 kilograms.

On the other hand, the marshals of the test will have at their disposal a special version of the new F 900 GS, the “Trophy Marshal” variant. Equipped with everything necessary to face the rigors of the test, the F 900 GS Trophy Marshal It uses the new 895 cc in-line 2-cylinder engine capable of delivering a maximum power of 105 hp at 8,500 rpm and a total torque of 93 Nm at 6,750 rpm.

BMW presents its R 1300 GS Trophy Competition Bike, the most radical and adventurous version

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