Rallye comes equipped with a radiator and frame guard and wide enduro style footrests
The suspension set-up in the BMW Rallye gets stiffer springs, larger spring struts as well as an additional suspension travel over the Exclusive model
Note the contrasting blue and black shade that distinguishes it from the road biased model
BMW R 1200 GS 2017 Standard
The new R 1200 GS has an altered catalytic converter to meet the Euro-IV emissions requirements.
Unlike the R 1200 GS Exclusive which gets alloys, the Rallye gets cross-spoke rims which boasts of a stronger off-road capability.
BMW claims that the suspension set-up has been revised to offer more aggressive riding that is achieved by stiffer springs, larger spring struts as well as an additional suspension travel.
The 1,170cc motor powering both the R 1200 GS Exclusive and Rallye models makes 125PS and generates 125Nm of torque
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