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G 310 Twins And Other BMWs Get New Set Of Graphics

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  • Jun 4, 2019
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As of now, these stickers are available in the international market only

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  • Other models like the R 1200 GS twins, F 750 GS and the F 850 GS have also received a new set of graphics.
  • These new designs can be retrofitted to existing BMW motorcycles.
  • There’s no word yet from the company on whether these new decals will be launched in India or not.

BMW Motorrad certainly knows a thing or two about making some of the most attractive two-wheelers in the world. Now, to raise the aesthetic appeal of its offerings a bit more, the German bike maker has unveiled a new set of graphics for the G 310 twins, R 1200 GS duo, F 750 GS and the F 850 GS in international markets as an optional accessory.

Let’s start with the entry-level Beemers, the G 310 R and the G 310 GS, shall we? While the naked variant features fluorescent yellow with red contrasting stickers, the adventure model gets fluorescent yellow with the iconic white and blue contrasting stickers. Additionally, the G 310 GS also features zebra-stripe graphics, which kind of amplifies its whole off-road character. These decals run across the fuel tank, fairing, the tail end and on the rims.

Next in line are the F 750 GS and the F 850 GS. The F 750 GS has received some pretty contrasting graphics if you ask us. On one hand, it gets simple stripes, and on the other hand, you can either go for an abstract design or the one which has a Native American sketched on the fuel tank.

While the R 1200 GS gets the rally-inspired red and blue graphics on the fuel tank and on the front beak, the adventure variant features simple yet elegant red and black decals on the fuel tank, panniers and the top box. These new graphics are available for models that date back to 2008, as well as the newest one. To make sure that there are no bubbles formed during their application, the company is also offering mounting accessories and tools for attaching the stickers safely.

BMW Motorrad has also said that it will be launching new graphic kits for other models as well. Now, BMW Motorrad India is yet to confirm whether these new decals will be launched in India or not. However, if they did, there are high chances that they might cost a lot more than any other aftermarket ones available in India.

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