The R 1300 GS maintains the 19″-17″ combination (with 3.0″ and 4.5″ channels). On the basic GS version and on the Triple Black they are made of spoked die-cast aluminium; on the Trophy and on the Option 719 Tramuntana they are spoked, with tubeless aluminum rims for off-road use. Newly developed Enduro forged rims are also available (optional), lightweight (-1.8 kg) and also suitable for off-road use.
Speaking of the standard equipment, we highlight heated grips, keyless and TPMS, to check the tire pressure on the 6.5″ TFT display.
Then we enter the infinite chapter of customization, with accessories (among which we highlight the protection bars for the engine, the cases, the double silencer) and the options. For ergonomics there are various parts to modify the saddle-footpeg-handlebar triangulation, with a total of four saddle variants, three for the rider’s footrests, in addition to the Comfort handlebar and the levers (on the handlebar and pedal). There are various “themed” packages, from the Innovation Package (cornering light, adaptive cruise control, rear-end collision prevention and blind spot monitoring systems, LED auxiliary lamps) to the Dynamic Package (electronic suspension, electronic gearbox, package with driving mode Pro), passing through the Touring Package (central locking, preparation for navigation, chrome collectors, hand guard extensions, luggage rack and topcase support). Very important for touring are the Comfort Package (large electrically adjustable windscreen, central stand) and the Passenger Package (which includes the comfort seat and footrests for the passenger, and supports for the motorcycle panniers). For off-road, the Enduro Package Pro: offers various accessories for off-road driving, including protections.
On the following pages you will find photos of the various versions and the complete technical data sheet of the new BMW R 1300 GS 2024.