The Adventure version of the new R 1300 GS is ready, and these will be the differences it incorporates

bmw you already have registered Adventure version of its new R 1300 GS, a mount that arrives to increase the road possibilities of the everlasting German trail rider. Under the acronym GSA, this variant was approved by the brand last may 31according to the information available to our colleagues at Motorrad Online.

Likewise, this Adventure version It would be equipped with the new Automated Shift Assistant (ASA), the logical and technical evolution of the BMW Motorrad Shift Assistant Pro. All this combined with the benefits offered by the two-cylinder boxer engine used by the R 1300 GS.

In this regard, no substantial changes are expected, so we would continue to have the 145 HP at 7,750 rpm and a maximum torque of 149 Nm at 6,500 rpm. It is likely that with the increase in weight of this Adventure version, its top speed will be significantly reduced, initially homologating 220km/h. This translates to 7 km/h more than the current BMW R 1250 GS Adventure.

Main aspects of the R 1300 GS in its Adventure version

One of the main handicaps that this Adventure version faces is the increase in weight compared to the standard variant. Specifically, the brand declares 21 kilograms more than in the R 1300 GS 2024. With 271 kilos declared It weighs 3 more than its predecessor, although we still do not know if the capacity of its fuel tank will be increased over the current 30 liters available on the R 1250 GS Adventure.

The Adventure version of the new R 1300 GS almost ready for marketing

The brand could make some modifications to the rear axle of this Adventure version of the new BMW R 1300 GS, with specific reinforcements in the subframe to support that extra weight when fully loaded. On the other hand, the R 1300 GSA is shorter, with an approved figure of 2,208mmfour less than the basic version.

Also higher, as a result of the different configuration possibilities that this Adventure version would have. With a variable height between 1,538 and 1,588 mm, the BMW R 1300 GS Adventure could have an adjustable front windshield. It is possible to adjust the suspension with 20 mm more travel. In any case, the brand will not opt ​​for a 21-inch rim on its front axle, with approved tire measurements of 120/70 R19 front and 170/60 R17 rear.

The Adventure version of the new R 1300 GS almost ready for marketing

It is not yet clear when marketing of this new Adventure version of the current R 1300 GS can begin. It is likely that at the beginning of next autumn, although this date would not be confirmed by BMW Motorrad.

Nor the final price to pay for its new variant, although taking into account the 18,250 euros rate of the R 1250 GS Adventure It is very possible that the future R 1300 GSA will remain very close to the 20,000 euro orbit.

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