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    Quote Originally Posted by Voni View Post
    Wow!! Thanks for sharing your experiences with the new R Midget.

    Counting the days now for the GS arrival!

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    R Midget
    Hahahahaha
    That's funny

    Voni, is red a color choice?

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    Early Prototype


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    Quote Originally Posted by wezul View Post
    R Midget
    Hahahahaha
    That's funny

    Voni, is red a color choice?
    g310GS.jpg

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    The Racing Red non-metallic variant gives the BMW G 310 GS a classic GS paint finish. The full red color showcases the flyline especially compellingly, setting it perfectly apart from the light side trim elements with BMW emblem, the black grained plastic surfaces and the light rear section. In the engine area, light accentuations in Dime Silver matte provide a clear visual separation of the dark technical area from the body of the motorcycle, thereby further highlighting the bike’s upright proportions."

    https://www.bennetts.co.uk/bikesocia...for-2017-debut

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    First test
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    https://www.bennetts.co.uk/bikesocia...s-first-review

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    Not a bad review. The "wordy" comparisons to the larger BMW didn't add much for me. It looks like tubeless tires? The metzlers were what came on my f800 (tubes) and were a decent tire.
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    A review, from Spain(?), with no words. Posted 9.20.2017

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    I really like the style of this presentation. A treat for the eye and the ears. Really shows the capability of the bike over a variety of terrain. No hype, just get on and ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bogthebasher View Post
    I really like the style of this presentation. A treat for the eye and the ears. Really shows the capability of the bike over a variety of terrain. No hype, just get on and ride.
    I agree; that was very pleasant. I was ready to buy at the end.

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