The 2021 BMW F 750 GS strikes the perfect balance between rugged adventure capabilities and practical everyday rideability. It may not have the same commanding presence as its larger GS-designated stablemates, but this unassuming machine packs a powerful punch, making it one of the most impressive models in the 2021 BMW line-up.
This mid-sized adventure motorcycle uses a compact European-made 853cc twin-cylinder inline engine. The output is rated at 77 horsepower and 61 lb-ft of torque, propelling the F 750 GS to speeds of up to 118 mph. Power is delivered to the wheel via a six-speed gearbox and a chain drive.
Aside from the dominant riding position and commanding road presence, the F 750 GS also boasts some advanced technology as standard equipment. The highlights of these include BMW Motorrad ABS Pro, Dynamic Traction Control, selectable riding modes (Road, Rain), adjustable levers, LED lights, and a TFT display.
Shorter riders will be pleased to know that there are multiple seat options, including an “extra low” setting.
For 2021, the F 750 GS is available in three color options: Light White, San Marino Blue Metallic, and a special edition black and yellow design that celebrates 40 years of the GS brand designation.
The 2021 BMW F 750 GS starts at $10,995 USD / $11,310 CAD
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Price: $10,995 USD / $11,310 CAD
Extended Pro riding modes
Dynamic ESA Pro
TFT display with BMW Motorrad Connectivity
Engine: 853 cc water-cooled in-line two-cylinder engine
To ensure that you sit perfectly on your F 750 GS, you can select the right height from a variety of seat variations: from the low-sitting version with 30.3“ to the rally seat with 33.2″. Through the removal of disruptive edges when standing and the adjusted width when sitting for extended periods, the new “extra low” seat helps you become one with your machine.
Feel the engine
The F 750 GS fuels your thirst for adventure: The two-cylinder in-line engine delivers immense power to the rear wheel with 77 hp – combined with low consumption (57 mpg according to WMTC).