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Andy Downes  says:

BMW K1600GT Sport revealed

BMW has unveiled a new version of the the six cylinder K1600 which the firm is calling the 'GT Sport'. The GT Sport has just been unveiled at the 'BMW Motorrad Days 2013' event in Garmisch. The GT Sport has a shorter windscreen, new graphics, black painted highlights on the body work, and will sit along side the current GT and GTL...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (05 July 2013 17:32)

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Sep 12

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busterrabbit says:

 I must admit I can't see the point of this "Sport" model either.  Virtually no different to a standard 1600GT (which I have) which is genuinely more sporty than the GTL, with real changes; a european/sports riding position via different seat/bars and pegs to the more upright Gold Wing position of the GTL.  There's plenty of power already, there doesn't need to be a sports engine.

If it's aimed at solo riders, get a K1300, unless you really want the 6 cylinders. (which I did, beautiful!)

Yes it's too big to be a genuine sports bike, but as a tourer it's fantastic two up, and solo it has all the performance and 90% of the handling of a sportsbike.  Certainly on the road it's the rider's skill, and not the bike, that's the limiting factor.

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