BMW F 700 GS
Carefree motorcycling fun for everyone! With the F 700 GS – the direct successor to the F 650 GS. A shorter gear transmission ratio in the 75 bhp engine enhances agility while at the same time guaranteeing the bike’s familiar top-class handling. This makes the F 700 GS an ideal all-round machine within the GS family, suitable for every kind of rider – no matter how experienced.
What was good has just gotten better: with ABS as standard* and ESA, not to mention ASC as an option, the ride is not just safer but also offers especially high comfort. Low weight, reduced seat height and a lowering option make the F 700 GS the perfect easy-to-ride all-round adventure bike for any rider.
$155 a day
- Unlimited Miles
- 24hr Roadside Assistance
- Touring Guide & Map
- Personal Luggage Storage (You need us to watch while you ride)
- $35: GPS
- $15: Top Box (Trophy SE Only)
- $15: Panniers/Side Bags (only on Tiger 800 & Explorer 1200)
- $10: Helmet
- $15: Jacket OR Pants
- $25: Jacket & Pant combo
Price Per Day in US Dollars.
*GPS requires additional $50 deposit.
DAMAGE DEPOSIT: A $2500 security damage deposit on a credit card is required to cover the cost of damages to the motorcycle. Motorcycle renter must be the cardholder. The deposit can be reduced to $1500 by accepting the CDW II and is returned in full when no accident occurred and the undamaged motorcycle is returned.
CANCELLATION and REFUNDS: Your $50 reservation deposit will be refunded if reservation is cancelled 7 days prior to your reservation pickup date.
Reservation: Advance reservation is required, see our reservation form. We confirm reservations three days prior to pick up time.
Drop-off hours: Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Requirements and deposit: Our insurance requires that motorcycle renters be at least 21 years old, and have a valid motorcycle license. A refundable $2500 deposit, made on a credit card, is required when signing for the motorcycle. By accepting the CDW II, this deposit is lowered to $1500.
All passengers need to sign a Release of Liability before they are allowed on the motorcycle.
Rates are quoted in US dollars. Rates do not include current Nevada sales tax.
BMW F 700 GS FEATURES
F 700 GS continue to draw their power from the distinctive, liquid-cooled 4-valve 2-cylinder engine with 798 cc, electronic fuel injection, closed-loop catalytic converter and 6-speed gearbox. Its spontaneous response, impressive pulling power and low fuel consumption are what give it a particular fascination. Another unique feature in serial production motorcycle manufacture is the mass balance based on an additional connecting rod. This compensates for first and second-order inertia forces, ensuring that the 2-cylinder runs with a low level of vibration.
The patented BMW Motorrad ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) is now a standard safety feature for most of their bikes, but this can be turned on and of at your will. Additionally, Automatic Stability Control (ASC) and Electronic Suspension Adjustment (ESA) are available features for the F 700 GS. ASC has been constantly improved by BMW, aiming to make motorcycles even safer without comprising the thrill of riding one. By reducing uncontrolled spin of the rear wheel, it effectively advances ride steadiness in unfavorable conditions such as wet or bumpy surfaces. ASC is in fact, a supplement to the BMW Motorrad ABS as a traction slip regulator and the same as ABS; it can be switched off by pressing a button. On the other hand, Electronic Suspension Adjustment is here to provide motorcycle riding with more comfort, simply by pressing a button. A feature that allows riders to adopt their riding style to match road conditions and the surrounding environment. The adjustment is first made when rider selects the pre-load for the spring mount, and you can then select one of three options available; comfort, normal, or sport. A total of 9 different adjustments can be selected based on load and riding style for rider’s pleasure.
The new F 700 GS draw on established suspension technology. The steel frame in tubular construction integrates the engine as a load-bearing element. The rear frame in square steel tubing, the aluminium double-sided swing arm and the wheels and tyres all remain unchanged.As compared to its predecessor, the new F 700 GS benefits from a boost in terms of output and torque. With 55 kW (75 hp) at 7,300 rpm (F 650 GS: 52 kW [71 hp] at 7,000 rpm), its engine now delivers 4 hp more power and with 77 Nm at 5,500 rpm (F 650 GS: 75 Nm at 4,500 rpm) it also sees an increase in maximum torque.
These are more compact in design and offer improved ergonomics.New body features, distinctive model-specific design and new paint finishes.