Unlimited and Uncompromising Versatility: The 2021 BMW F 750 GS

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

On this page: we’ve curated specs, features, news, photos/videos, etc. so you can read up on the new 2021 BMW F 750 GS in one place.

2021 BMW F 750 GS


Model Overview

General Info

  • Price: $10,995 USD / $11,310 CAD
  • Key Features:
    • Extended Pro riding modes
    • Dynamic ESA Pro
    • TFT display with BMW Motorrad Connectivity

Main Specs

  • Engine: 853 cc water-cooled in-line two-cylinder engine
  • Power:  77 HP
  • Torque: 61 lbs-ft
  • Wet Weight: 493 lbs. (227 kg)
  • Seat Height: 32.1 in (815 mm)

2021 BMW F 750 GS


2021 BMW F 750 GS Specifications

From BMW

ENGINE

Engine 853 cc, Water-cooled 4-stroke in-line two-cylinder engine
Engine Power 77 Hp
Bore x Stroke 84 mm x 77 mm
Compression Ratio 12.7 : 1
Mixture control Electronic fuel injection
Starter Electric
Max Torque 61 lb-ft at 6,000 rpm

DRIVETRAIN

Clutch Multi-disc wet clutch (anti hopping), mechanically operated
Transmission Constant mesh 6-speed gearbox integrated in crankcase
Drive Chain Drive

CHASSIS

Suspension Front Telescopic fork, Ø 41 mm
Suspension Rear Cast aluminum dual swing arm, central spring strut, spring pre-load hydraulically adjustable, rebound damping adjustable
Brakes Front Dual disc brake, floating brake discs, 12.0″ (305 mm), double-piston floating caliper
Brakes Rear Single disc brake, 10.4″ (265 mm), single-piston floating caliper
Tires Front 110/80 R19
Tires Rear 150/70 R17
Fuel Tank Capacity 4.0 gal. (15 l)
Color Light white

ELECTRICAL

Alternator Permanent magnet generator 416 W (nominal power)
Battery 12 V / 10 Ah, maintenance free
Headlight Full-LED headlight
Tail Light

DIMENSIONS

Overall Length 88.8” (2,255 mm)
Overall Width 36.3” (922 mm)
Overall Height 48.2” (1,225 mm)
Wheelbase 61.4” (1,559 mm)
Castor 4.1” (104.5 mm)
Seat Height Comfort Seat: 32.7″, Standard Seat: 32.1″, Low Seat: 31.1″, Suspension Lowering Kit: 30.3
Unladen weight, road ready, fully fueled 493 lbs. (227 kg)

WARRANTY

Warranty
Extension

2021 BMW F 750 GS


2021 BMW F 750 GS Features

Become one with your machine

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).


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1 Comment

  1. Toby
    November 16, 2020
    Reply

    “This mid-sized adventure motorcycle uses a compact European-made 853cc twin-cylinder inline engine.”

    Last I heard the motors were made by Loncin in China. The bikes themselves may be assembled at the Berlin plant, but not the motors. Has that changed?

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