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2013 BMW F700GS: Voted - Cool

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Jul 06, 2012 10:45 am

2013 BMW F700GS: Cool Wall Vote & Discuss

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2013 BMW F700GS

Carefree motorcycling fun for everyone!

Off-road or urban – new, authentic character with improved functionality in typical GS style. With the F 700 GS – the direct successor to the F 650 GS. A shorter gear transmission ratio in the 75 bhp engine enhances agility while at the same time guaranteeing the bike's familiar top-class handling. This makes the F 700 GS an ideal all-round machine within the GS family, suitable for every kind of rider – no matter how experienced.

What was good has just got better: with ABS as standard and ESA (Electronic Suspension Adjustment), not to mention ASC (traction control) as an option, the ride is not just safer but also offers especially high comfort. Low weight, reduced seat height and a lowering option make the F 700 GS a perfect all-round enduro bike.

GS feeling everywhere: the new design of the windshield and dial faces and the smoke-tinted turn indicators and LED rear light give the F 700 GS the grown-up look it deserves. The three colour variants offer something for everyone: muted Red Apple Metallic, masculine Ostra Grey metallic matt and dynamic Glacier Silver metallic.

As usual, there is once again a wide range of options and special accessories for the F 700 GS to allow you to tailor your BMW to your individual preferences.

That's the new F 700 GS. The ultimate all-rounder.


2013 BMW F700GS Features and Benefits

When BMW Motorrad extended the GS family with an entry-level and medium category in 2007 in the form of the F 650 GS and the F 800 GS, there was no doubt as to the message: lots of riding fun based on light, safe controllability over all surfaces, plenty of drive power and endurance on trips - even when there are only gravel tracks left to get you where you're going. A concept in two versions which many motorcycling fans responded to enthusiastically.

2013 BMW F700GS Key Features

- Increased output and torque in the F 700 GS as compared to predecessor model:
55 kW (75 hp) at 7,300 rpm (F 650 GS: 52 kW [71 hp] at 7,000 rpm).
- The latest generation of BMW Motorrad two-channel ABS as standard.Double disc brake system at front - now also for F 700 GS.
- Automatic Stability Control ASC (ex works option).
- Electronic Suspension Adjustment ESA (ex works option).
- Rear spring mount can be adjusted via optimised handwheel.
- Newly designed body features in a more dynamic, masculine look.
- New paint finishes for the F 700 GS:
- New handlebar switch units and brake fluid containers, front.
- New handlebar clamp for F 700 GS.
- Cockpit with new dial faces for speedometer and engine speed display and an extended range of information.
- New windshield for F 700 GS.
- Smoke grey turn indicators and smoke grey LED rear light glass covering.
- Power reduction to 35 kW (48 hp) (ex works option).
- Engine map adjustment for regular fuel (RON 91) (ex works option).
- Comfort seat now available as an ex works option too.
- Case carrier for Vario case now also available as an ex works option.
- New centre stand as ex works option.
- Comfort package: on-board computer, heated grips, case holder, centre stand (ex works option).
- Safety package for F 700 GS: ASC, ESA, RDC (ex works option).
- Enduro footrests, wide (special accessory).


2013 BMW F700GS - USA Specifications/Technical Details

Engine
Type Water-cooled 4-stroke in-line two-cylinder engine, two overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder, dry sump lubrication
Bore x stroke 82 mm x 75.6 mm
Capacity 798 cc
Rated output 55 kW (75 hp) at 7,300 rpm
Max. torque 57 lb/ft (77Nm) at 5,300 rpm
Compression ratio 12.0 : 1
Mixture control / engine management Electroinc intake pipe injection, digital engine management (BMS-K+)
Emission control Closed-loop 3-way catalytic converter, emission standard EU-3
Performance / fuel consumption
Maximum speed 119 mph
Fuel consumption per 100 km at constant 90 km/h 60 mpg, at a constant 55 mph
Fuel consumption per 100 km at constant 120 km/h
Fuel type Premium unleaded

Electrical system
Alternator three-phase alternator 400 W
Battery 12 V / 12 Ah, maintenance-free

Power transmission
Clutch Multiple-disc clutch in oil bath, mechanically operated
Gearbox Constant mesh 6-speed gearbox integrated into crankcase
Drive Endless O-ring chain with shock damping in rear wheel hub

Chassis / brakes
Frame Tubular steel space frame
Front wheel location / suspension Telescopic fork, Ø 41 mm
Rear wheel location / suspension Cast aluminium dual swing arm, central spring strut, spring pre-load hydraulically adjustable (continuously variable) at handwheel, rebound damping adjustable
Suspension travel front / rear 7.1/6.7 inches (180mm/170 mm)
Wheelbase 61.5 inches (1,562 mm)
Castor 3.7 inches (95 mm)
Steering head angle 64°
Wheels Cast aluminium wheels
Rim, front 2.50-19
Rim, rear 3.50-17
Tyres, front 110/80-19 59H
Tyres, rear 140/80-17 69H
Brake, front Dual disc brake, diameter 300 mm, double-piston floating caliper, ABS
Brake, rear Single disc brake, diameter 265 mm, single-piston floating caliper, ABS
ABS Standard

Dimensions / weights
Length 89.8 inches (2,280 mm)
Width (incl. mirrors) 35.0 inches (890 mm)
Height (excl. mirrors) 48.8 inches (1,240 mm) (Serial windshield)
Seat height, unladen weight 32.3 inches (820 mm) (low seat: 31.1 inches [790 mm], lowered suspension: 30.1 inches [765 mm], comfort seat: 32.9 inches [835 mm])
Inner leg curve, unladen weight
Unladen weight, road ready, fully fuelled 1) 461 lbs (209 kg)
Dry weight 2) 410 lbs (186 kg)
Permitted total weight 961 lbs (436 kg); with lowered suspension 796 lbs (349 kg)
Payload (with standard equipment) 500 lbs (227 kg); with lowered suspension 309 lbs (140 kg)
Usable tank volume 4.2 gallons (16 liters)
Reserve Approx. 1 gallon (4.0 liters)

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Re: This Week - 2013 BMW F700GS: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by HYPERR » Fri Jul 06, 2012 6:37 pm

Why is an "800cc" engine called a 700? :?
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Re: This Week - 2013 BMW F700GS: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Jul 06, 2012 7:08 pm

HYPERR wrote:Why is an "800cc" engine called a 700? :?
Ya, I know. BMW started doing that for the 2012 motorcycle model year, now they have 3 bikes (that I can recall off the top of my head) that are named "inaccurately".

The F700GS = 798cc engine, 75hp (maybe should have been called the F750GS or F800GS).. while the F800GS has a 798cc engine with 85hp (not sure if they are the same engine, I haven't looked into that yet).
The F650GS = 798cc engine with 71 hp (renamed to F700GS above)
The C600 Sport = 647cc engine (while the C650GT uses the same engine)

I guess you could see it as a "bonus" for your insurance cost. :D

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Re: This Week - 2013 BMW F700GS: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by jstark47 » Fri Jul 06, 2012 8:45 pm

totalmotorcycle wrote:
HYPERR wrote:Why is an "800cc" engine called a 700? :?
Ya, I know. BMW started doing that for the 2012 motorcycle model year.....
BMW started doing that for the 2009 model year, we have a 2009 F650GS that is an 800 twin. I liked it better when the name and the engine size of their bikes matched.

I'll give it a Cool anyway, I like all the BMW 800 twins (even the ones that are named wrong...)
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Re: This Week - 2013 BMW F700GS: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Jul 06, 2012 9:56 pm

jstark47 wrote:
totalmotorcycle wrote:
HYPERR wrote:Why is an "800cc" engine called a 700? :?
Ya, I know. BMW started doing that for the 2012 motorcycle model year.....
BMW started doing that for the 2009 model year, we have a 2009 F650GS that is an 800 twin. I liked it better when the name and the engine size of their bikes matched.

I'll give it a Cool anyway, I like all the BMW 800 twins (even the ones that are named wrong...)
That's right 2009...lol Oh well, back to my beer. :cheers:

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Re: This Week - 2013 BMW F700GS: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by madjak30 » Sat Jul 07, 2012 12:10 pm

I really like the look of these bikes, but what is up with the small fuel tanks? 16L? Every street bike should have a minimum 20L tank, and if it is over 1000cc 25L. I want to be able to go between 300-400kms before HAVING TO refuel. I don't want to ride that far between stops, but having to stop every time at a fuel station sucks.

I also don't quite understand why they don't match their naming strategy to the actual engine size...very misleading.

Voted: Cool

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Re: This Week - 2013 BMW F700GS: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by jstark47 » Sat Jul 07, 2012 1:15 pm

madjak30 wrote:I want to be able to go between 300-400kms before HAVING TO refuel.
My wife's 2009 goes 200 miles (320 km) on a tank in normal mixed riding.
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Re: This Week - 2013 BMW F700GS: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Sat Jul 07, 2012 2:26 pm

madjak30 wrote:I really like the look of these bikes, but what is up with the small fuel tanks? 16L? Every street bike should have a minimum 20L tank, and if it is over 1000cc 25L. I want to be able to go between 300-400kms before HAVING TO refuel. I don't want to ride that far between stops, but having to stop every time at a fuel station sucks.

I also don't quite understand why they don't match their naming strategy to the actual engine size...very misleading.

Voted: Cool

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I agree. I LOVED (absolutely) loved my 2007 Suzuki V-Strom's 22L tank... over 700km range on very, very comfortable bike. Every bike should come with a 400km range IMO and I don't understand the small tank fad either. http://www.totalmotorcycle.com/photos/2 ... rom650.htm

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Re: This Week - 2013 BMW F700GS: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by madjak30 » Sat Jul 07, 2012 4:52 pm

Funny you should mention the DL...I was just in talking to my salesman about the DL1000...I think it is the next bike for me, but I want to wait to see if they update the bike or not...it has been relatively untouched since introduction in 2002...and the DL650 was updated this year...so...

You obviously had the 650...I think the MT-01 has totally spoiled me for other bikes...the torque is hard to give up...but the DL650 is just such a great bike, it's hard not to consider it.

For now I will have to put up with the 230-250kms range on my bike...but I do like the looks of the BMW more than the Stroms...oh well, can't have it all I guess.

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Re: This Week - 2013 BMW F700GS: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Sat Jul 07, 2012 7:25 pm

madjak30 wrote:Funny you should mention the DL...I was just in talking to my salesman about the DL1000...I think it is the next bike for me, but I want to wait to see if they update the bike or not...it has been relatively untouched since introduction in 2002...and the DL650 was updated this year...so...

You obviously had the 650...I think the MT-01 has totally spoiled me for other bikes...the torque is hard to give up...but the DL650 is just such a great bike, it's hard not to consider it.

For now I will have to put up with the 230-250kms range on my bike...but I do like the looks of the BMW more than the Stroms...oh well, can't have it all I guess.

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For sure, you should wait and see what Suzuki is going to do with the 2013 Suzuki V-Strom 1000; I'm actually surprised they didn't discountinue it a few years ago (I heard it wasn't selling well vs the 650). But that said, if they do redesign it the offers on the old version DL1000 might just persuade you to go with the 2012... For me, I like the looks of the new re-designed DL650, but would take an older DL650 in a heart beat (bigger gas tank).

I would say the BMW F700GS to me, looks more of a serious off-road bike than the DL650 I had was. The DL650/DL1000 are really designed for "light" off-road use, although I did take my DL650 off-road and it was more to handle off-road than a typical naked bike.

If I had the cash to splash, I would go for the BMW, but it all depends on range and comfort.

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Unread post by ceemes » Sat Jul 07, 2012 11:37 pm

Would of gave it a cool rating at least, except it has that godawful beak nose and silly looking instrument cluster/windshield combo...that and its relatively small petrol tank.....so gave it an uncool rating.
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Unread post by Grey Thumper » Sun Jul 08, 2012 10:49 pm

Marginally better looking than the previous model, but still not exactly a looker. I don't mind; pretty much every dual sport looks a bit weird. It's part of the category's function-over-form charm.

I think this is one of the few dual sports that relatively short riders (like me) can be pretty comfortable on, so that's quite a plus. Good riding position, enough power, really good fuel economy, and BMW GSes (even the smaller ones) get quite a lot of OEM and aftermarket support in terms of farkling. Cool enough.
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Re: This Week - 2013 BMW F700GS: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Thu Jul 12, 2012 2:59 pm

I voted: Cool

Like others have said in the thread (that rhymes!) I'm not a fan either of the duck bill look, but that's BMW's, there are just some "radical" part on it that's just...kinda weird... sometimes, you know?

I'm a big fan of a mid-sized motorcycle, the do-it-all, go-anywhere, type of bike that's comfortable and not super heavy and naked. So it's gets a solid cool vote from me, but it would have been awesome if it did't have the duck bill... but I could get used to it I'm sure. :D

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Unread post by sunshine229 » Thu Jul 12, 2012 10:08 pm

I voted cool. This bike is not quite awesome for me but it's pretty cool. Good all rounder and nice looks, just not awesome looks.
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Re: This Week - 2013 BMW F700GS: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Jul 13, 2012 7:09 pm

Thanks for voting everyone! Next Cool Wall bike is now up to cheer to jeer about!

And the exciting results are in:

Your Coolness Factor of the 2013 BMW F700GS is...

Awesome 25%
Cool 60%
Uncool 10%
Fail 5%
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Re: 2013 BMW F700GS: Voted - Cool

Unread post by DvGAdventure » Wed May 01, 2013 10:06 am

2013 F700GS

Just got mine delivered last Saturday - got the comfort package in Ostra Grey (somewhat like a gun-metal and best color by far).

The bike has sufficient power. I have not done off-roading in the past and bought this bike knowing that it will be capable of doing so. The one hesitation I have is that the bike is heavy. I have the center-stand and can barely lift it to get it on it (maybe I should just hit the gym...) As far as control, agility, power and looks - this bike has it all and will not disappoint. On interstate speeds it feels smooth and grounded. The insurance is $24/month - and that's for above-basic coverage I believe.

I've nicknamed mine Beamatron and I encourage all riders to name their bikes, ha! Thanks and goodluck if looking.

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