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2013 Bmw F 800 Gs on mail.2040motos

$13,830
YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:10 ColorColor: Kalamata Metallic
Location:

Aurora, Ohio

Aurora, OH

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TypeType:Dual Sport PhonePhone:(866) 605-8860

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2013 Bmw F 800 GS, ABS, ESA, ASC, Center Stand, Heated Grips, Computer, & Bag Mounts - Challenges? Yes! Compromises? No! This is the motto of the revised F 800 GS - the sportiest member of the big GS family. The motorcycle continues its longstanding success story, providing impressive versatility both on and off the road: the ultimate versatile enduro machine with sporty genes. The front section of the body in particular has undergone significant transformation: the new fuel tank trim, intake snorkel, upper mudguard and a new windshield give the bike that extra dash of dynamic performance, reflecting the off-road side of the F 800 GS. Lowering is now available as an option for the F 800 GS, too. So in conjunction with the low seat, this means it is possible to create a seat height of 32.3 inches. Meanwhile, ABS as standard, ESA (Electronic Suspension Adjustment) and the optional ASC (traction control) ensure the familiar degree of comfort and the necessary safety. The F 800 GS comes in three exciting color variants: Kalamata metallic, Alpine White 3 and Cordoba Blue. From tough and modern to athletic and dynamic - this bike is guaranteed to offer something for everyone. F 800 GS: on and off-road have never been so close together.

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