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Adam Child  says:

New BMW R1200GS ridden!

BMW’s all-new and eagerly-awaited R1200GS is currently being put through its paces in South Africa by MCN Senior Tester Adam Child. Here are his first impressions: “We’re in 40 degree heat heading off on a two-day ride but you instantly notice the BMW’s new, partially watercooled engine: it’s far more responsive, livelier and the extra power makes the ride so much...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (22 January 2013 12:25)

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Jan 13

Posts: 14



No it doesn't look like Tiger at all. It looks like an evolved 1200GS (which it is). The main news are other though. RIP Kevin Ash. The launch is overshadowed by this event. Maybe they should cancel it for a few days.

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Sep 10

Posts: 1284

SatNavSteve says:


I think you will find Black955tiger was being sarcastic when he made that comment. Made me laugh anyway!

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Apr 04

Posts: 154

crustybiker says:

black tiger

think you have got it completly wrong as the gs has been going for 25years plus and the tiger only a handfull surely it is the crap managment at triumph that have copied bmw any who in their right mind would get a triumph when as the ad says get the real thing

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