The BMW R80 GS is a classic and iconic motorcycle from the 1980s. It was designed by legendary engineer Hans Muth and stands as one of the most iconic motorcycles of that era. With its robust and straight-line design, the R80 GS had a unique and powerful look that made it stand out from the competition. This was also due to its innovative monocoque frame that featured a single-piece steel tube encasing its 8-valve boxer engine and making the whole package surprisingly light for a big bike. The BMW R80 GS had a rugged and reliable air-cooled, four-stroke flat twin boxer engine that provided 46 horsepower and was capable of reaching a top speed of 113 mph. Its powerful engine was complimented by its five-speed gearbox and Brembo front brakes that assured confident and controlled riding. The R80 GSs electronic ignition and dual-piston front disc brakes made it one of the most advanced models of its time. In terms of rider accommodations, the R80 GS featured a comfortable and adjustable flat, dual seat seat and an ergonomic handlebar that kept all controls within easy reach. The R80 GS also had water-resistant gaskets throughout its frame and exterior electrical components that offered additional protection from the elements, while the motorcycles streamlined bodywork and light-alloy wheels added to its aerodynamic design and performance. In short, the BMW R80 GS was a classic and iconic motorcycle that was ahead of its time in terms of design, comfort, and performance. It offered an unbeatable combination of style and power that made it a timeless classic and one of the most sought-after motorcycles of its time.
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