BMW G 310 GS

2 years ago Nikhil Pillai 0

BMW G 310 GS

The BMW G 310 GS is the adventure based derivative of the much talked about upcoming BMW G310R street bike. A few months back, rumors were that the company is working on the adventure touring version of the G310R. The bike shares most of its elements with G310R except for the adventure inspired little bits like the long travel suspension, increased front mudguard and much more.


[1] BMW G 310 GS Instrument Cluster

The bike shares its bases with the G 310 R street-fighter and will be the second BMW-badged motorcycle to be built at the following Hosur based facility in India.

[2] BMW G 310 GS Styling


The BMW Motorrad has maintained the styling elements from the bigger GS models on the baby G 310 GS with the unique stubby front beak, headlamp cowl, radiator shrouds, and the GS decals extended on the fuel tank. Two-piece Trellis frame remains the equivalent underneath, while the step up seat to makes an appearance.

[3] BMW G 310 GS Engine


The Euro 4 compliant 313cc single cylinder, fuel injected engine that made its debut on G 310 R. Also powers the BMW G 310 GS. Output power to remains the same with the motor churning out 34hp at 9500rpm and 28Nm of torque available at 10,500rpm. While mated to a 6-speed gearbox. And the Weighing 169.5 kg, the G 310 GS is not particularly light, but still, makes for a strong power to weight ratio.

[4] BMW G 310 GS Side Profile

The new BMW G 310 GS gets long travel 41mm front USD forks with 19-inch alloy wheels, while the rear gets 180mm travel monoshock suspension with flexible preload. An LCD instrument cluster gives all the information on the adventure tourer.


[4] BMW G 310 GS Rear

The BMW G 310 GS have the dual-channel ABS and a luggage carrier as standard. While the German auto giant is offering a whole range of accessories. Which contains heated grips, 12-volt power sockets, satellite navigation, seat height options of 820mm and 850mm.


Details on the pricing of BMW smallest adventure tourer are not out yet. But one can expect the G 310 GS to hold a slightly premium price tag over the ‘R’ version. The G 310 R is scheduled for launch in India in 2017.

Nikhil Pillai

Nikhil Pillai is the co-founder at Digito Private Limited. He is a digital marketing veteran with a lot of experience and expertise in developing websites too. He is mostly a vivid reader and loves to travel a lot. Bikes and Football are his passions apart from watching movies that come with a twist.

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