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A Superb BMW F800 GS Adventure T fitted with Genuine BMW Panniers and Top Box,ESA,Heated Grips,Rider Modes,BMW Service History,BMW Alarm System,2 Keys,Owners Manual/ Service Book,Px very welcome,Uk delivery from only 130 Plus Vat,flexible finance available subject to status.

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Premier Bikes

Cornerhouse Garage, Wootton, OX13 6BS

http://www.premierbikes.com

Why buy from Premier Bikes

Premier Bikes is owned by Andy Valentine who has been in the motorcycle trade for over 30 years, he has come from a technical backround where the heart of Premier Bikes is based. Premier Bikes was established in 1997 and over the years has grown and currently stocks around 200 motorcycles of all makes and models. In 2003 Premier Bikes welcomed KTM into the business and quickly achieved the status of a full range dealer. They are a major player in the UK dealer network and very highly respected by the KTM UK team. Darren Green has been employed for over 17 years, starting in the parts department and is now the sales and general manager. If we do not have the bike you are looking for Darren is happy to try and source any make or model, new or used. Mark Turner is the Manager of the Parts, Clothing and accessory department, he is helped by Paul and Nick who between them they have a wealth of experience in the motorcycle trade, mail order is no problem and free next day delivery on orders over £100. The service Manager is Joe, the technicians are Jonny, Derek and Dan, all are fully trained and MOT testers. Martin is responsable for sales preparation and is also the delivery driver. Linda is responsible for the accountants. Premier Bikes are very proud of the team! All staff are professional, friendly and enthusiastic who live, breath and love Bikes. Come and meet the team the kettle is always on!!

BMW F800GS (2008-on)
MCN Rating 4 out of 5 View full MCN ratings
Owners' Rating 3.5 out of 5 View full owners' ratings

MCN overall review verdict: The BMW F800GS is virtually unique: a 750/800 class adventure bike, that to most degrees offers the best of both worlds. It was replaced in 2018 by the BMW F850GS. In 2016 we spent a year living with a BMW F800GS - check out the long-term test here. Related: Best adventure bikes It’s light, slim and perky enough to be a credible off-roader yet it’s also substantial, grunty, roomy and potentially sufficiently well equipped to tackle crossing continents. It’s also got a price that’s hugely tempting too. Its main competition comes in the form of the 2010-2014 Triumph Tiger 800. BMW F800GS updated for 2017 In July 2016 an update was announced for the F800GS. The 798cc water-cooled parallel-twin motor was updated with a new exhaust which also get a new design of stainless steel silencer. An HP sports exhaust made by Akrapovic was also redesigned and was available as an accessory. The whole F700GS and F800GS and F800GS Adventure range also now got ride-by-wire throttle control of the engine which means they can have rider modes made available. Each bike had the choice of pre-programmed Rain, Road, Enduro and Enduro Pro modes to suit the riding conditions. Enduro and Enduro Pro modes were only available as accessory options on the F800GS and F800GS Adventure models and are intended for lighter and more demanding off-road use. The entire range gets new instruments which BMW claim are more easily readable. The dashboard also gets a mandatory Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL) which warns of something amiss with the engine. Riding mode information is also displayed on the dash too. BMW F800GS Trophy and Triple Black special editions ridden Ever since I rode the brilliant Triumph Tiger 800 I've known with complete certainty that it was the best 800cc motorbike on the planet. Until now. Now I'm not so sure. I've just ridden the BMW F800GS Triple Black and F800GS Trophy Special Edition and they're very, very good. The F800GS Triple Black comes with a deep black paint finish, with fork tubes and rims in anodised black counterpointed nicely by chrome spokes. The frame is granite grey and the swingarm is a colour BMW calls Nurburg Silver. All this costs £8145 compared to £7950 for the standard model. It's undeniably stylish, but if all that black isn't your thing, a more colourful choice is the £8345 F800GS Trophy, inspired by the biannual GS Trophy enduro event for ordinary riders. What you get with the Trophy is an aluminium bash plate, handguards with spoilers, a two-tone black and grey seat and a tasty blue and white paint job. The power delivery in first and second is a mite snatchy until you get used to it, and the nose dives under hard braking. But it's a bike you grow to love very quickly, and before long it's bounding around corners like an excited hound, dragging you with it. Keep the revs above 4000rpm, crank the throttle and it takes off like a nun on a trampoline. The handling is not quite as precise as the Tiger's, but there's not much in it, and the BMW's lightness and slimness works in its favour when filtering through traffic and manoeuvering at low speed, particularly with a featherlight clutch and steering lock which city commuters will adore. BMW F800GS 30 years GS It doesn't take a brain surgeon to work out what this GS was all about: celebrating 30 years of the GS brand. It got BMW Motorrad Motorsport three colour stripe,"30 Years GS" decals on the airbox cover, hand and protectors with stainless steel hoops and bigger spoilers, red seat with embossed GS stamped into it and a tinted windscreen. Watch: BMW F800GS video review

Running costs
Insurance group 12 of 17
Annual road tax £91
Annual service cost £200
Performance
Max power 85 bhp
Max torque 60 ft-lb
Top speed 130 mph
1/4-mile acceleration -
Average fuel consumption 45 mpg
Tank range 140 miles
Quick specs
Engine size 798cc
Engine type 8v parallel twin, 6 gears
Frame type Tubular steel
Fuel capacity 16 litres
Seat height 880mm
Bike weight 185kg

Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold

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Important Information

* With Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) you have the option at the end of the agreement to:
1) return the motorcycle and not pay the Optional Final Repayment. If the motorcycle has exceeded the maximum agreed mileage a charge for excess mileage will apply – in this example 6p per mile + VAT for any excess mileage up to 4,999 miles and 12p per mile + VAT for any excess mileage exceeding 4,999 miles If the motorcycle is in good condition (fair wear and tear accepted) and has not exceeded the maximum agreed mileage you will have nothing further to pay;
2) pay the Optional Final Repayment to own the motorcycle or
3) part exchange the motorcycle subject to settlement of your existing credit agreement; new credit agreements are subject to status.