BMW R100GS (1988)

The BMW R100GS is a dual sport motorcycle produced by BMW Motorrad from 1988 to 1995. It is part of the GS family of adventure touring bikes and is powered by an air-cooled, four-stroke, 981cc boxer twin engine. The R100GS was a popular choice for adventure riders due to its reliability and ease of maintenance.

The bike features a number of upgrades from its predecessor, the R80GS, including a larger engine, improved suspension, and a dual-disc front brake system. It also has a larger fuel tank, allowing for longer rides without refueling.

With a weight of approximately 500 pounds, the R100GS is a heavy bike, but it handles well both on and off-road. The bike is equipped with a single-sided swingarm, which allows for easier rear tire changes, and a comfortable riding position for long journeys.

In addition to its on and off-road capabilities, the R100GS is also known for its durability. Many riders have taken their R100GS bikes around the world, traversing through various terrains and weather conditions without issue.

Overall, the BMW R100GS is a reliable, versatile, and durable adventure touring motorcycle that became a classic for its time. It is a popular choice among adventure riders, collectors, and enthusiasts alike.

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