Believe me, these bikes can take you anywhere and everywhere
BMW 2017 F700 and F800GS
The upgraded 2017 models of the F700 GS, F800 GS and the F800 GS Adventure were announced at the annual BMW Motorrad Day event in South Germany. To start with you’ll get an EU4 compliant 4 valve parallel twin that is the heart of the bike, with a generous 74bhp for the F700 GS and 85bhp for the F800 GS and Adventure. Also additional rider modes are available for the F800 GS and F800 GS Adventure.
Honda’s CRF1000L Africa Twin
The CRF1000L Africa Twin is equipped with a potent engine and dynamic chassis ready to cover continents on or off-road. The “go anywhere” approach starts with the engine. The engine’s short height contributes to an excellent ground clearance – another prerequisite for a true adventure machine. The chassis were targeted for off-road performance, touring comfort and the everyday agility.
Husqvarna new Motocross line-up
The 63 horsepower single-overhead-cam 450 cc power plant has been completely redesigned; it is now smaller and lighter and has been completely reconfigured for optimal mass-centralisation within the new chromoly steel frame. The new bodywork elevates the riding experience thanks to accurately developed ergonomics that focus on instilling rider confidence, complete control and reduced fatigue.
Triumph’s revamped Explorer
The revamped Explorer comes with a roadtouring variant, the XR, and the more offroad aligned XC. The XC will be joined by the XCx and the top-tier XCa while the XR will be joined by the XRx and XRt all powered by the same 1215cc Triple delivering power through a shaft drive. The base XC and XR models come standard with switchable ABS and traction control. The four upgraded variants receive cornering ABS and traction control.