BMW F 800 GT
The dynamically-designed F 800 GT offers impressive dynamic performance on every ride – whether idyllic suburbs, winding mountain passes or endless highways.
A twist of the throttle and 90 horsepower ensure that you really can leave everyday routine behind you. The water-cooled 2-cylinder in-line engine with a capacity of 798 cc offers remarkable dynamic performance on every trip, achieving smooth power delivery through its low-maintenance toothed-belt drive. A longer rear-wheel swing arm and tighter suspension ensure a high level of ride stability, guaranteeing superb riding impressions.
$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 800 GT FEATURES
F800GT offers several new features, including: power increase of 3.5 kW (5 hp); redesigned full fairing with improved wind and weather protection; introduction of optional Electronic Suspension Adjustment (ESA) and Automatic Stability Control (ASC); handwheel adjustment of rear suspension preload; 50 mm (2.0 in) longer rear swingarm; lighter cast aluminium wheels; new vibration-free handlebars with new generation switches and controls; updated instrument dials and standard fuel/temperature gauges; smoke grey turn indicators; increased load capacity (by 11 kg (24 lb); new exhaust system; new paint finishes; and a newly developed luggage system.
Additional riding modes
The high-torque, water-cooled 2-cylinder in-line engine with a capacity of 798cc continues to ensure dynamic propulsion in both models. It has an output of 66 kW / 90 hp at 8 000 rpm. While the sporty roadster F800R has a chain as secondary drive, as is typical of the segment, the F800GT offers supreme power delivery withits maintenance-free toothed belt, geared towards lengthier motorcycle trips.
As part of the process, the HP sports silencer by Akrapovič was also redesigned and is available as an Original BMW Motorrad Accessory. The end piece made of carbon fibre also gives it a marked touch of technical style.
As with other models in the F-series range, the F800GT uses a 798 cc (48.7 cu in) parallel-twin engine, codeveloped by BMW and Rotax. The engine has a 360° firing order which produces an exhaust note reminiscent of BMW’s signature air-cooled boxer twins. However, this firing order requires both pistons to move up and down at the same time. To counter the significant inertia produced by the pistons reciprocating, BMW devised a third vestigial connecting rod to a balance weight. The result is a parallel twin with significantly reduced vibration compared to other parallel twin engine designs. The engine is lubricated by a dry sump system.