BMW’s versatile F 750 GS hits the market at the same time as the new F 850 GS. Positioned as a well-balanced Enduro all-rounder, this model is also guaranteed to delight a large fan base.
In terms of the core competencies of ergonomics, comfort, safety and luggage, we have already set up a powerful product program for the 750s. All kinds of additional accessories are already in the pipeline.
Wunderlich F 750 GS – Here the direct comparison to the original:
Here is a selection of the parts already available in our online shop:
Being a balanced, all-round enduro, the F 750 GS has sufficient performance, a comfortable seat height and a high level of efficiency, while in the case of the more powerful F 850 GS the emphasis is on higher performance, more torque, even more distinct touring enduro characteristics and – with a 21” front wheel – primarily on greater offroad capability.
The new 853 ccm engine provides 77 hp in the 750 variant, while its big brother boasts 95 hp. The brand-new engine with a 90° crankpin offset and 270/450° ignition sounds as robust as a 90° V2, which isn’t bad at all!
One aspect that’s no less unobtrusive is the fact that BMW has now also opted for a welded bridge frame in this class; a lattice frame is yesterday’s news. A variety of available driving modes and the automatic stability control (ASC) provide a high level of safety, and the new LED headlamp and the TFT displays are also optional extras. New colours, new shapes and the new Rally and Exclusive style variants translate into an exciting new appearance. Numerous other features including Keyless Ride, Shift Assistant Pro, Dynamic ESA, eCall, Connectivity and much more besides await buyers of the new F models.
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Ergonomics. Absolutely essential.
Doesn’t fit? Doesn’t exist!
Life for motorcyclists below or above today’s conventional standard size hasn’t exactly gotten easier in the last few years. Where the average seat height for a motorcycle in the Eighties was between 750 mm and 800 mm, today riders have to climb onto a seat with an average height of 800 mm to 850 mm. The standard BMW F 750 GS even allows riders to sit at the towering height of 830 mm. Even the lightest of all current BMW Enduros, the G 310 GS, brings a respectable 835 mm to the series trim.
Not long after the market launch, we are already offering high-quality components for the new F models: windscreens and hand guards to protect against wind, weather and troublesome turbulence, handlebar risers for relaxed sitting and driving while standing, ergonomic seats and footrest systems for a relaxed knee angle, and much more besides.
If you’re one for riding your Enduro offroad, we offer excellent components to protect your GS. No matter whether you need an engine protection bar or a tank protection bar, engine and manifold protection, axle crash pads or our cooler protection, our equipment prevents serious and costly damage to your bike should the worst happen. What’s more, our high-quality protective components help to prevent damage to the engine or aggregates (e.g. on the exposed water pump), so that you can continue on your journey despite crashing. An important aspect – and not just for long-distance riders stranded in the desert
Our side stand enlarger is naturally a must-have piece of equipment on every enduro: The bike remains in a secure upright position even when fully loaded, whatever surface it’s on.
Innovative luggage solutions.
Wunderlich is known for its innovative luggage solutions which are specially designed for BMW motorcycles. This includes the absolute all-rounder among tank bags: the extremely adaptable ELEPHANT tank bag. It’s all the same whether it’s a card slot or a photo insert, there’s nothing that doesn’t exist. For everyday riding, we recommend the Sport tank bag or even the practical, functional tail bags.