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Liam Marsden  says:

BMW G650GS Sertao comes to dealers March 3

The new-for-2012 BMW G650GS Sertao will be unveiled at BMW dealers across the UK on March 3, with demo bikes available for test rides. The Seratao - named after a region in Brazil - is a special edition, off-road version of the standard G650GS. The Sertao comes with wire-spoked wheels, 21" front wheel, longer travel suspension, handguards and knobbly tyres. The Sertao is...

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speedo007

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speedo007 says:

I thought it was a Tiger 800 from the thumbnail...damn Triumph are flirting with abusive inspiration...

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blackspot

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blackspot says:

and I thought those were toothpicks but then realized bmw sells them as forks :-D

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cmc1

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cmc1 says:

Hmmm!

Would have made my short list thanks to heated grips, abs and bash plate as standard but main-land China built engine and those anorexic forks just kill it for me. I think I will wait for for ABS verison XT660Z Tenere

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