Reise Strasse 1250 (boxer)
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Ora como é norma em cada uma das series da marca bávara ( a uniformização dos diferentes estilos com o mesmo motor), depois da GS, RT e R, ,aí está em definitivo a nova "Reise Strasse" ("Viagem Estrada" ou como quem diz "sport-tourer"), com o novo boxer de 1250cc.

Já desvendada na última edição da EICMA, a nova RS deixa também de ser "vesga" e segue a tendência já verificada em outros modelos de outras series da "Fábrica de Motores Bávaros", em abandonar as características ópticas assimétricas.

136cv, 143Nmm, sistema "VVA" shiftcam (de abertura variável de válvulas) e todas as restantes "features" que já são comuns às outras flat twin de 1254cc da serie R.
Como já acontecia na versão de 1170cc, a RS (bem como a R) privilegiam uma unidade invertida na suspensão frontal, relegando o telelever para as GS e RT.

Folgo em ver que a BMW continua a manter em catálogo uma moto que se enquadra num segmento quase extinto e do qual restam actualmente muito poucas concorrentes.

Definitivamente... a testar!
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2019 BMW R1250RS
SPORTY TOURING IN THE FAST LANE.


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Each tour is determined by two factors: the time and the distance. With the new BMW R 1250 RS you can get more track out of every tour. The rich 143 Nm torque and 100 kW (136 hp) of the new boxer engine accelerate you even faster to your cruising speed. The innovative BMW ShiftCam technology offers you more torque and impressive elasticity over the entire speed range. So you can rocket to an impressive sprint on the asphalt in every riding situation. The redesigned front gives the full-LED headlight a fresh, sporty look and turns aerodynamically into the wind. This way, you can ride fast and comfortably at any time. One thing is certain – no matter how much road you leave behind in a certain time: with the R 1250 RS your riding pleasure grows with every metre you ride.

For decades, the boxer engine in the BMW Motorrad R, RS and GS Adventure models has stood for distinctive, powerful and reliable propulsion when it comes to dynamic riding along country roads, sporty touring or enjoying long-distance trips and motorcycling adventures to the full. For more than 25 years, BMW Motorrad has used 4-valve technology in this connection, combined with electronic fuel injection and closed-loop catalytic converter technology in order to achieve the best possible power and torque delivery, efficiency and environmental compatibility.

Further advanced boxer engine with BMW ShiftCam Technology for an additional increase in power across the entire engine speed range, reduced emission and fuel consumption levels, optimised running smoothness and refinement.
With the extensively further advanced boxer engine, the new R 1250 R, R 1250 GS and R 1250 GS Adventure not only achieve a whole new level of power and torque. It was also possible to significantly optimise refinement and running smoothness – especially within the lower engine speed range. What is more, the new engine offers improved emission and fuel consumption levels as well as a particularly satisfying sound. For this purpose, BMW ShiftCam Technology has been used for the first time in the serial production of BMW Motorrad engines: this enables variation of the valve timings and valve stroke on the intake side. In addition, the intake camshafts are designed for asynchronous opening of the two intake valves, resulting in enhanced swirl of the fresh, incoming mixture and therefore more effective combustion. Other technical changes to the engine relate to the camshaft drive – now taken care of by a toothed chain (previously a roller chain) – an optimised oil supply, twin-jet injection valves and a new exhaust system.

Two riding modes, ASC and Hill Start Control as standard.
There are two riding modes available as standard in order to be able to adapt the motorcycle to individual rider preferences. The standard Automatic Stability Control ASC ensures a high level of riding safety due to the best possible traction. The set-off assistant Hill Start Control is likewise a standard feature in all three models, enabling convenient set-off on slopes.

Riding Modes Pro, featuring additional riding modes, Dynamic Traction Control DTC, ABS Pro, Hill Start Control Pro and Dynamic Brake Assistant DBC, available as an optional equipment ex works.
“Riding Modes Pro” is now available as an optional equipment item, featuring the additional riding mode “Dynamic” and “Dynamic Pro” (configurable), Dynamic Traction Control DTC, and in the R 1250 GS Adventurre also the riding modes “Enduro” and “Enduro Pro” (configurable). DTC enables even more efficient and safe acceleration, especially when banking. ABS Pro offers even greater safety when braking, even in banking position. The new Dynamic Brake Control DBC provides additional safety when braking, also in difficult situations, by avoiding unintentional accelerator activation. By means of intervention in the engine control, drive torque is reduced during braking so as to make full use of the braking power at the rear wheel. This keeps the motorcycle stable and shortens the braking distance.

LED headlamp for the R 1250 RS and R 1250 GS Adventure as standard and LED daytime riding light for all three models as an ex works optional equipment item.

The new R 1250 RS and R 1250 GS Adventure now feature a LED headlamp as standard. In addition to this, the LED daytime riding light is available as an optional equipment item for the R 1250 RS and the R 1250 GS Adventure as well as for the R 1250 R, which has halogen headlamps.

Electronic suspension Dynamic ESA “Next Generation” with fully automatic load compensation as an option.

With the optional equipment item BMW Motorrad Dynamic ESA “Next Generation”, damping automatically adapts to the situation according to riding state and manoeuvres, and there is also automatic compensation in all load states. This allows finely tuned adaptation of the motorcycle to riding states, achieving optimum damping comfort and a very stable ride response.

Connectivity: Multifunctional instrument cluster with 6.5 inch full-colour TFT display offering many features as standard.
The three new boxer models now have the equipment feature Connectivity as standard including a 6.5-inch full-colour TFT screen. In conjunction with the standard BMW Motorrad Multi-Controller, this means the rider can access vehicle and connectivity functions particularly swiftly and conveniently.

Intelligent Emergency Call as an ex works option.

Ensuring the fastest possible assistance in the event of an accident or in situations of emergency and danger can save people’s lives. The optional equipment item Intelligent Emergency Call summons assistance to the scene as quickly as possible.
As before, this feature can be ordered for all three models.

BMW Motorrad Spezial – high-quality customisation features as optional equipment items ex works.
BMW Motorrad Spezial is range of iconic customisation features that enhance both performance and value, available as optional equipment items ex works. The focus is on harmonious integration in the vehicle as a whole, use of the very highest-quality materials, elaborate manual workmanship and characteristic attention to detail.

The billet packs Option 719 Classic and HP are available for the new boxer models, for example.

The new R 1250 R and R 1250 RS can also be equipped with the Option 719 Classic or Sport Wheels as well as the exclusive paintwork and the Option 719 seat.

An HP sports silencer is likewise available ex works for all three new boxer models.

New attractive colours and style variants.
The new boxer models feature one basic finish each as well as two striking style variants. The Option 718 Special Paint Finish is also available for the new R 1250 R and R 1240 RS.

The highlights of the new BMW R 1250 R, BMW R 1250 RS and BMW R 1250 GS Adventure:

- Further developed boxer engine with BMW ShiftCam Technology for variation of the valve timings and valve stroke on the intake side.
- Even more power across the entire engine speed range, optimised fuel consumption and emission levels, increased running smoothness and refinement.
- Increased output and torque: 100 kW (136 hp) at 7 750 rpm and 143 Nm at 6 250 rpm (previously:92 kW (125 hp) / 125 Nm at 6 750 rpm and 125 Nm at 6 500 rpm.
- Capacity increased to 1 254 cc (previously: 1 170 cc).
- Asynchronous valve opening on the intake side for optimised swirl and therefore more effective combustion.
- Camshaft drive now via toothed chain (previously roller chain)
- Optimised oil supply and piston base cooling.
- Knock sensor system for optimised travel suitability.
- Latest generation of BMS-O engine control and use of twin-jet injection valves for even more effective carburetion.
- New exhaust system for optimum performance characteristics.
- Two riding modes, ASC and Hill Start Control as standard.
- Riding Modes Pro, featuring additional riding modes, Dynamic Traction Control DTC, ABS Pro, Hill Start Control Pro and Dynamic Brake Assistant DBC, available as an optional equipment item ex works.
- Electronic suspension Dynamic ESA “Next Generation” with fully automatic load compensation.
- Standard adjustability of the seat height on the R 1250 GS Adventure (exception Style HP) as well as a wide range of seat height variants ex works.
- New optional Sports Handlebars for R 1250 R for a more dynamic riding position.
- In addition to standard adjustability of seat height (exception: HP style for the R 1250 GS Adventure), wide range of seat height variants ex works.
- LED headlamp for the R 1250 RS (completely new design) and
R 1250 GS Adventure as standard; LED daytime riding light for all models as an ex works optional equipment item.
- Connectivity: Multifunctional instrument cluster with 6.5 inch full-colour TFT display offering many features as standard.
- Intelligent Emergency Call as an ex works option.
- BMW Motorrad Spezial – customisation features as optional equipment items ex works.
- Extended range of optional equipment items and original BMW Motorrad Accessories.

The new R 1250 RS: Sport and touring character in one basic colour, two style variants and Option 719 Spezial finishes.
New front spoiler and cockpit cover (R 1250 R and R 1250 RS).
Newly designed upper trim (R 1250 RS).

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Engine

Type
Air/liquid-cooled four stroke flat twin engine, double overhead camshaft, one balance shaft and variable engine timing system BMW ShiftCam
Bore / stroke
102.5 mm x 76 mm

Capacity
1,254 ccm

Rated output
100 kW at 7,750 rpm

Max. torque
143 Nm at 6,250 rpm

Compression ratio
12.5 :1

Mixture control
Electronic intake pipe injection

Emission control
Closed-loop 3-way catalytic converter, emission standard EU-4

Performance / fuel consumption

Maximum speed
Over 200 km/h

Fuel consumption per 100 km based on WMTC
4.75 l/100km

CO2 emission based on WMTC
110 g/km

Fuel type
Unleaded super, octane number 95 (RON) adapive fuel quality regulation (91 to 98 RON)

Electrical system

Alternator
Three-phase alternator 508 W (nominal power)

Battery
12 V / 12 Ah, maintenance-free

Power transmission

Clutch
Oil lubricated clutch, hydraulically operated

Gearbox
Constant mesh 6-speed gearbox with helical gear teeth

Drive
Shaft drive

Chassis / brakes

Frame
Two-section frame, front- and bolted on rear frame, load-bearing engine

Front wheel location / suspension
Telescopic Upside-Down fork; stanchion diameter 45 mm

Rear wheel location / suspension
Cast aluminium single-sided swing arm with BMW Motorrad Paralever; WAD strut (travel- related damping), spring pre-load hydraulically adjustable (continuously variable) at handwheel, rebound damping adjustable at handwheel

Suspension travel, front / rear
140 mm / 140 mm

Wheelbase
1,530 mm

Castor
110.9 mm

Steering head angle
62.3°

Wheels
Cast aluminium wheels

Rim, front
3.50” x 17”

Rim, rear
5.50” x 17”

Tyre, front
120/70 ZR 17

Tyre, rear
180/55 ZR 17

Brake, front
Dual disc brake, floating brake discs, diameter 320 mm, 4-piston radial calipers

Brake, rear
Single disc brake, diameter 276 mm, double-piston floating caliper

ABS
BMW Motorrad Integral ABS (part-integral), disengageable

Dimensions / weights

Seat height
820 mm (OE low seat: 760 mm; OE sport seat: 840 mm)

Inner leg curve
1,840 mm (OE low seat: 1,720 mm; OE sport seat: 1.875 mm)

Usable tank volume
approx. 18 l

Reserve
approx. 4 l

Length (over mud guard)
2,202 mm

Height (over windshield)
min. 1,255 mm; max. 1,340 mm

Wide (over mirror)
925 mm

Unladen weight, road ready, fully fuelled
243 kg

Permitted total weight
460 kg

Payload (with standard equipment)
217 kg


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#2
É das Sport Touring que mais me faz pensar ...

A porra da mota além de ser bonita tem esse 1254cc que me deixou bastante surpreso positivamente quando o experimentei na GS.

Sem duvida que a ter os €€€, no futuro...logo se verá blink
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(09-04-2019 às 18:10)Velasquez87 Escreveu: É das Sport Touring que mais me faz pensar ...

A porra da mota além de ser bonita tem esse 1254cc que me deixou bastante surpreso positivamente quando o experimentei na GS.

Sem duvida que a ter os €€€, no futuro...logo se verá blink

Por menos euros tens algo bem mais apelativo dentro da marca e com mais uns cavalitos blink
Ditadura dos Flocos de Neve
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(09-04-2019 às 18:15)dmanteigas Escreveu:
(09-04-2019 às 18:10)Velasquez87 Escreveu: É das Sport Touring que mais me faz pensar ...

A porra da mota além de ser bonita tem esse 1254cc que me deixou bastante surpreso positivamente quando o experimentei na GS.

Sem duvida que a ter os €€€, no futuro...logo se verá blink

Por menos euros tens algo bem mais apelativo dentro da marca e com mais uns cavalitos blink
A xr é mais barata?

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#5
Acho que a XR é mais cara... think
Qualquer das formas, prefiro o que a RS me traz em deferimento do que a XR me possa oferecer, com as devidas diferenças, vejo-me mais a tirar partido de um motor com mais binário em baixas e mais utilizável...são gostos. (E gosto mais do design da RS)

Mas não duvido do canhão que é a XR
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(09-04-2019 às 18:31)Velasquez87 Escreveu: Acho que a XR é mais cara... think
Qualquer das formas, prefiro o que a RS me traz em deferimento do que a XR me possa oferecer, com as devidas diferenças, vejo-me mais a tirar partido de um motor com mais binário em baixas e mais utilizável...são gostos. (E gosto mais do design da RS)

Mas não duvido do canhão que é a XR
A RS antiga era pelos 15k, a xr pelos 17k.

Mesmo que a nova RS suba qq coisa, ainda fica abaixo.

Mas são conceitos diferentes, e um gajo é que tem que decidir de qual vai tirar mais partido.

O Manteigas como é um picão do caraças....

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#7
OMG.

Muitíssimo atraente. Já gastei tempo no configurador...
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#8
Ainda hoje falamos disto Carlos e afinal...já anunciaram.
(09-04-2019 às 18:36)JPedrosa Escreveu: [quote="JPedrosa" pid='120371' dateline='1554831375']
A RS antiga era pelos 15k, a xr pelos 17k.

Por esses valores tens uma mota a "cru" .....tens de por mais 2K para teres uns packs da BMW ....
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#9
A base da moto é simpática...
Mas a BMW por vezes exagera no azeite quanto aos esquemas de cor...
Muito provavelmente o que escrevi foi gerado automágicamente através do Moto Lero
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(09-04-2019 às 20:40)dfelix Escreveu: A base da moto é simpática...
Mas a BMW por vezes exagera no azeite quanto aos esquemas de cor...

Percebo...aquele castanho ...

Já o azul thumbsup
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