Similar to the standard R 1250 GS, R 1250 GS Adventure has rough stylistic features such as an adjustable windscreen, a front with a beak-like shape, and an asymmetric headlight. Besides the colours, both motorcycles feature the same classic design as the rest of the GS series.
Light white and ice grey are two new colours added to the most recent R 1250 GS Adventure.
Two additional colour schemes will be available—”Style Triple Black” and “Style Rallye”.
Blackstorm metallic, black, and agate grey make up the colour scheme of the Style Triple Black option. The handlebars, rear frame, and brake callipers are all covered in black.
Additionally, the Style Rallye option features a racing red, racing blue metallic, and solid white paint colour scheme.
The limited-edition motorcycles will be painted in colours reminiscent of the BMW R 100 GS, which was the forerunner of the GS family.
The limited-edition GS has a Blackstorm paint job with yellow highlights on the tank, the Rallye windscreen, and even the trim on the Rallye seat is two-toned black and yellow.
BMW 1250 GS Adventure comes in 4 colour options:
- Ice Gray
- Style Rallye
- Style Triple Black
- Striking Black and Yellow
BMW 1250 GS Adventure comes in 1 variant:
A 1254cc two-cylinder in-line Boxer engine with BS6 compliance, delivering power of 134bhp at 7750 rpm and 143Nm of torque at 6250, is included in the R1250 GS Adventure. While power is 2bhp higher than the previous models, torque is unchanged.
You can also get Shiftcam, which, as seen with R 1250 GS models before, increases or decreases valve lift under different loads (throttle input) on the engine. The engine is connected to a shaft-driven, six-speed gearbox.
Features of BMW R 1250 GS Adventure
Full-LED lighting, an adaptive headlamp, keyless entry, heated grips, a Bluetooth-enabled TFT colour display, a 12-volt outlet, and a USB charging interface are among the amenities that are similar to those of the basic R 1250 GS.
The BMW R 1250 GS Adventure has three riding modes in terms of electronics: Rain, Road, and Eco mode. The updated hill start control system is also included with the new GS models and BMW Integral ABS, which is BMW’s version of the combi-brake system.
The R 1250 GS’s new adaptive headlight, which has a “welcome, goodbye, and follows me home” function, is a particular item on the features list.
Heated grips and two power outlets are now standard comfort features. There is a 12-volt outlet under the rider’s seat.
The transmission is a 6-speed gearbox with ShaftDrive which comes as standard. It also features a quick bi-directional shifter.
The BMW Motorrad 37mm Telelever configuration (telescopic forks with a central spring strut) in front and a BMW Motorrad Paralever (mono-shock) at the rear are responsible for the suspension duties.
At the front, the braking duties are handled by 305 mm twin disc brakes and 4-piston radial callipers. However, at the rear, the braking duties are done by 276 mm single-disc brakes and a double-piston floating calliper.