BMW Motorrad has been killing it with its F-series of street and adventure touring motorcycles lately. After launching the F 900 R in 2020, as well as revamping its adventure-centric F 750 GS and F 850 GS, the German automaker has managed to get a lot of younger, newer riders into the motorcycling lifestyle. That said, the 2022 model year is looking exciting, particularly for the F-series of machines, as BMW has rolled out new color options which are sure to catch your fancy. Let’s take a closer look.
For starters, the most entry-level of the lot is the BMW F 900 R. This powerful middleweight naked streetfighter now comes in two new color schemes. The first of which is a sleek Bluestone Metallic Style Executive which exudes a subdued aesthetic. Meanwhile, those looking for a sportier ride canopy for the Light White/Racing Blue/ Racing Red colorway. Additionally, BMW has discontinued the Sport Package, instead, the company is offering the F 900 R in either Select or Premium trim options.
Following suit, we have the new and improved sport tourer, the F 900 XR, which now gets two new color schemes—Triple Black and Light White. Just like Yin and Yang, the Triple Black colorway gives off a very stealthy and sleek aesthetic, while the Light White color option makes the sport tourer look very elegant and premium.
Moving on to the adventurous side of things, the F 750 GS, F 850 GS, and F 850 GS Adventure all receive new color options and some updates when it comes to standard componentry. For starters, all GS models in the F-series model range get a new Triple Black color option, new hand guards as standard, as well as Select and Premium trim levels just like the F 900 R. The F 850 GS, on the other hand, has been bestowed a larger more comfortable double seat, and can be purchased in an elegant Light White color option, as well.
As of press time, these bikes have yet to make their way to the local market. However, given the fact that these bikes were recently launched in the global scene, we can expect BMW Motorrad Philippines to launch these updated bikes in the coming months.