Мотоцикл BMW R1250RT 2019 (видео)

BMW R 1250 RT Chassis

  • Optional electronic suspension
  • Hill Start control
  • ABS Pro
  • Sportbike-type handling

The frame on the R 1250 RT is all but completely hidden by the bodywork, and the result is a clean- and finished-looking assembly. It runs a bolt-on subframe section, and uses the engine as a stressed member to complete the circuit and eliminate a significant portion of the tubing with obvious benefits to the overall weight.

Out back, a cast-aluminum, single-side swingarm articulates the rear wheel and doubles as a housing for the final-drive shaft for some supremely clean running gear. The steering head has a damper as part of the standard equipment, and it kicks the inverted Telelever forks out to 25.9-degrees from the vertical with 4.56-inches of trail. Them’s some pretty agile numbers folks, and it definitely favors sport-type handling that’s eager in the corners, though the tradeoff comes at the expense of tracking, especially in a crosswind and when making passes.

The stock suspension runs non-adjustable stems up front with adjustable preload and rebound-damping out back, both of which come with handwheel adjusters for quick and easy tweaks sans tools. Beemer’s Dynamic ESA is a gear package that delivers full-spectrum adjustments automatically, but it’s optional equipment that doesn’t make it onto the standard machine in an effort to keep costs down, no doubt.

The ABS Pro feature does its bit to preserve contact-patch integrity under emergency braking and keep you dirty-side down, and it works with the dual 320 mm discs and four-pot calipers up front and the 276 mm rear disc and twin-piston anchor out back. Cast-aluminum wheels round out the rolling chassis with a symmetrical, 17-inch diameter front and rear that mounts a 120/70 and 180/55, respectively.

Frame:Two section frame, front – and bolted on rear frame, load bearing engine
Front suspension/Travel:BMW Telelever, Ø 37 mm, central spring strut/4.7″ (120 mm)
Rear suspension/Travel:Cast aluminum single-sided swing arm with BMW Paralever; WAD strut (travel-related damping), spring pre-load hydraulically adjustable (continuously variable) via handwheel, rebound damping adjustable via handwheel/ 5.4″ (136 mm)
Castor:4.6″ (116 mm)
Steering head angle:25.9°
Wheels:Cast aluminum wheels
Rims, front/rear:3.50’’ x 17’’ / 5.50’’ x 17’’
Tire, front:120/70 ZR 17
Tire, rear:180/55 ZR 17
Brake, front:Dual floating disc brakes, 4-piston fixed calipers, diameter 320 mm
Brake, rear:Single disc brake, diameter 276 mm, dual-piston floating caliper
ABS:BMW Motorrad Integral ABS (part-integral)

Overall rating

5 out of 5 (5/5)

This BMW R1250RT replaces the R1200RT. It was always going to be tricky to improve on such a successful machine, but BMW have managed it, thanks to its tasty new motor. Now there’s more of everything: lolloping lowdown power, a chunkier midrange and the kind of savage top end kick that leaves you asking whether this really is a humble boxer twin.

  • Latest news: 2021 BMW R1250RT unveiled
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The motor’s extra sparkle and the firmer electronically suspended ride gives a sportier overall feel, but still manages to be ultra refined, comfortable, roomy, convenient and characterful. It’s this enviable mix of peppiness-meets-luxury that’s going to make the mighty RT harder to beat than ever.

BMW R 1250 RT Competitors

Due to design considerations, I expect challengers to the R 1250 RT to come from elsewhere and Japan seemed like a good place to start. Kawasaki was my Huckleberry this time around with its Concours 14 ABS that rocks a similarly sport-tastic look with performance to match, so let’s get started.

Kawasaki Concours 14

The Kawi’s look is defined by the ribs in the cowling vents that are more or less duplicated by the stiffeners in the hard-side panniers for a nice continuity of design. Wind-swept body panels close off much of the Concours to give the impression of low-resistance penetration, and like the Beemer, the vented windshield is electrically adjustable for adjustments on the fly. You can’t tell it at a glance, but the Concours relies on a monocoque or stressed-skin structure to provide the support instead of using a skeletal assembly like the RT. Not sayin’ it’s better, just sayin’ it is what it is.

The stock Concours rocks adjustable suspension goodies at both ends with rebound-damping and preload adjustments on the menu, and Kawi toes the sport-bike line with symmetrical 17-inch wheels front and back that come complete with ZR-rated tires showing this bike means serious business. Kawi’s ABS comes augmented with its Advanced Coactive-braking feature that shares pressure between the front and rear binders for a little bit of lagniappe and extra security.

In the power department, Kawi doesn’t disappoint. The heart of a Ninja beats in the aluminum chest, and it rocks variable cam-timing as well to meet Beemer partway, at least. Torque measures in at 100.5 pound-feet; barely enough to qualify it as a power-tourer, but enough all the same even if it falls a smidge short of the RT’s 105-pounds o’ grunt.

With the Concours, you get a variable cam-timing feature that deepens the torque well a bit, but Kawi stops short of the absolute fandanglery Beemer brings to the table. That shortcoming, of course, is reflected in the price. Kawi lets loose of a Concours 14 ABS for $15,599, and that may be enough to tipple someone who is riding the fence.

Read our full review of the Kawasaki Concours 14.

Конструкция BMW R 1250 GS

Дизайн BMW R 1250 GS очень напоминает предшественника, так как не несет значительных изменений. Модернизации подвергли освещение мотоцикла, которое стало светодиодным. Помимо главного света и поворотников, опционально мотоцикл может быть оборудован светодиодными ДХО.

Не обошлось и без обновленной бортовой электроники, для управления которой предусмотрен 6,5-дюймовый ЖК-экран в роли приборной панели. Также он используется в режиме навигатора, применяется для телефонии и мультимедийных функций. К бортовой системе можно подключиться по Bluetooth.

Передняя подвеска BMW R 1250 GS базируется на уже классической для немцев вилке Telelever с 37-миллиметровыми перьями, обеспечивающей хорошую управляемость и предотвращающей «клевки». Задний маятник представлен литой однотрубной вилкой из алюминиевого сплава. Однако без изменений не обошлось. Система компенсации нагрузок теперь полностью автоматическая, тогда как ранее использовалась полуактивная электронная подвеска. Ход передней подвески составляет 190 мм, задней – 200 мм.

Колеса BMW R 1250 GS литые, изготовленные из алюминиевого сплава. Спереди используется резина 120/70 R19, а сзади установлена более широкая покрышка 170/60 R17. Она должна обеспечивать качественное сцепление с трассой, для хорошего старта без пробуксовки.

Для торможения новый байк использует спереди сдвоенные диски, диаметром 305 мм, с плавающими 4-поршневыми суппортами. Сзади установлен одиночный диск, диаметром 276 мм, тоже с плавающим суппортом, но на 2 поршня.

Габариты нового мотоцикла можно назвать привычными для этого класса техники. Длина байка составляет 2207 мм, колесная база – 1525 мм, а ширина – до 952 мм. Высота посадки по седлу без нагрузки равна 870 мм. Естественно, BMW R 1250 GS получился довольно тяжелым, его снаряженная масса достигает 249 кг, а полезная грузоподъемность – до 216 кг.

Топливный бак вмещает 20 литров горючего. Расход бензина по трассе составляет 4,75 литра на 100 км пути, поэтому емкий бак позволяет совершать длительные поездки без дозаправки.

МОЙ МОТОЦИКЛ

Великий и могучий «гусь» обновится, а его двигатель прибавит в рабочем объеме. В сегменте больших турэндуро немало героических аппаратов, готовых увезти райдера на край света, — Yamaha Super Tenere, хондовская Africa Twin как в весьма боевой базовой версии, так и в суровом исполнении Adventure Sports, Tiger с Туманного Альбиона, украшенный гордой и славной эмблемой Triumph. Наконец, KTM’овские «Эдвенчеры», которые и вовсе способны лишить сна! Но в первую очередь понятие туристический внедорожник неразрывно ассоциируется с BMW R1200GS. Харизматичный аппарат с оппозитным двигателем, карданным приводом, передней подвеской Telelever и «подмигивающей» головной оптикой дебютировал в 2004 году. На выставке Intermot 2012 компания сорвала покрывало с модернизированного байка, вооруженного двигателем жидкостным охлаждением и тем же индексом. Нынче на дворе сами знаете, какой год. Но вот, что интересно: легендарный «гусь» откровенно немолод, однако время над ним не властно, и он — один из самых популярных BMW на российском рынке! Тем временем подрастает его преемник 2019 модельного года, которого мы, очевидно, увидим на октябрьской выставке Intermot бок о бок с новым турером R1250RT.

Увы, баварцам не удалось сохранить интригу вокруг мотоцикла — интернет-ресурс Bennetts обнародовал основную техническую информацию. Можно утверждать со стопроцентной уверенностью, что кочевник получит имя R1250GS, отражающее объем более тихого и эластичного двигателя. Литраж увеличится с 1170 до 1254 «кубиков», а отдача вырастет со 125 до 136 л.с. при 7750 об/мин (+500 об/мин). Характер агрегата, очевидно, сгладится, в том числе, благодаря вероятной установке фазовращателей. Параметры мотора для турера R1250RT, скорее всего, будут идентичными, по аналогии с нынешним поколением мотоциклов, либо немного отличаться в большую сторону.

Экстерьер и шасси «гуся» изменится, но стопроцентная узнаваемость сохранится, а габариты останутся практически неизменными. Разве что колесную базу укоротят на 7 мм, до 1500 мм. Длина стандартного BMW, согласно инсайдерским данным, фактически прежняя (2207 мм), в то время как оффроудная версия Adventure вытянется на 15 мм, до 2270 мм. «Худеть» R1250GS тоже не спешит, скорее, наоборот — оба исполнения прибавят 5 кг. Снаряженная масса базового «гуся» с 20-литровым топливным баком и «Эдвенчера», берущего на борт 30 л бензина, составит 249 и 268 кг соответственно. Максималка? Считайте, прежняя. Похоже, инженеры решили не менять передаточные числа в коробке.

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Технические характеристики BMW R 1250RT 2021

Двигатель BMW R 1250RT 2021

Двигатель
Four stroke, two cylinder horizontally opposed Boxer, with two overhead, spur gear driven camshafts , a counterbalance shaft and variable intake camshaft control system BMW ShiftCam, 4 valves per cylinder, Intake 40mm, outlet 34 mm Объём двигателя
1254 cc / 76.5 cu-in Диаметр цилиндра х Ход поршня
102.5 x 76 mm Макс. Мощность
136 hp / 100 kW @ 7750 rpm Макс. Крутящий Момент
143 Nm / 105.4 lb-ft @ 6250 rpm Степень Сжатия
12.5:1 Питание двигателя
Electronic intake pipe fuel injection, 52mm throttle valve Стартер
Electric

Трансмиссия BMW R 1250RT 2021

Сцепление
Wet clutch with anti-hopping function, hydraulically activated КПП
6-speed helical synchromesh gearbox Главная передача
Shaft

Размеры и масса BMW R 1250RT 2021

Емкость Топливного Бака
25 Litres / 6.6 US gal Высота Сиденья
760 mm to 780 mm / 29.9 in to 30.7 in – low seat Колесная база
1485 mm / 58.4 in Размеры
Width 985 mm / 38.7 in Колея
116 mm / 4.5 in

Ходовая часть и тормоза BMW R 1250RT 2021

Задний Тормоз
Single 276mm disc, 2-piston floating caliper Задняя Шина
180/55 ZR17 Передние Тормоза
2x 320mm floating discs, 4-piston radial brake calipers Передняя Шина
120/70 ZR17 Задняя подвеска
Cast aluminium single-sided swinging arm with BMW Motorrad Paralever, WAD spring strut, spring preload continuously and hydraulically adjustable via adjuster knob, adjustable rebound-stage damping via adjuster knob Передняя Подвеска
BMW Motorrad 37mm Telelever, central spring strut Рама
Two-section frame concept consisting of main frame with bolt-on rear frame, load-bearing engine Ширина Переднего Колеса
120 mm / 4.7 in Ширина Заднего Колеса
136 mm / 5.3 in

Прочие характеристики BMW R 1250RT 2021

Год
2021 Модель
BMW R 1250RT Аккумулятор
12 V / 11.8 Ah, maintenance-free Wheels
Die-cast aluminium Gear Ratios
1st (2.438) 2nd 1.714 3rd. 1.296 4th 1.059 5th 0.943 6th 0.848 Steering angle
64.1 Fuel
Super petrol unleaded, octane number 95 (ROZ), adaptation through engine control (91 to 98 ROZ) Cooling system
Liquid
/ Air cooled Primary ratio
1.650 Permitted total weight
505 kg / 1113.3 lbs Emission
Closed-loop three-way catalytic converter, compliant with Euro 5 emission standard ABS System
BMW Motorrad full integral ABS Pro (full integral braking, lean optimised)

Reliability & build quality

4 out of 5 (4/5)

Powering BMWs since the dawn of time the German’s firm’s Boxer engine is well developed and largely dependable. The ShiftCam 1250 has been around since 2019 in the R1250RT, RS and GS and despite its variable valve system having the delicate complexity of a Swiss watch it’s proved to be reliable, according to our owners’ reviews below, as have its raft of electronic systems and rider aids.

From the way the new mirrors glide seamlessly in their housings when you adjust them, to the reassuring click of its chunky switchgear controls the RT is always ready to remind you it’s premium piece of kit.

For 2021 it has four ‘favourites’ buttons on the fairing to short cut you to the menu features of your choice on the dash and adaptive headlights have ‘welcome’ and ‘follow me home’ functions.

Castings, plastics and fasteners are quality, in a Teutonic Tonka Toy kind of way and infill panels around the engine bay keep everything looking neat. The dash has a satin, anti-glare finish that water-stains easily, but glass cleaner brings it up like new.

BMW R 1250 RT Competitors

Due to design considerations, I expect challengers to the R 1250 RT to come from elsewhere and Japan seemed like a good place to start. Kawasaki was my Huckleberry this time around with its
Concours 14 ABS that rocks a similarly sport-tastic look with performance to match, so let’s get started.

Kawasaki Concours 14

The Kawi’s look is defined by the ribs in the cowling vents that are more or less duplicated by the stiffeners in the hard-side panniers for a nice continuity of design. Wind-swept body panels close off much of the Concours to give the impression of low-resistance penetration, and like the Beemer, the vented windshield is electrically adjustable for adjustments on the fly. You can’t tell it at a glance, but the Concours relies on a monocoque or stressed-skin structure to provide the support instead of using a skeletal assembly like the RT. Not sayin’ it’s better, just sayin’ it is what it is.

The stock Concours rocks adjustable suspension goodies at both ends with rebound-damping and preload adjustments on the menu, and Kawi toes the sport-bike line with symmetrical 17-inch wheels front and back that come complete with ZR-rated tires showing this bike means serious business. Kawi’s ABS comes augmented with its Advanced Coactive-braking feature that shares pressure between the front and rear binders for a little bit of lagniappe and extra security.

In the power department, Kawi doesn’t disappoint. The heart of a Ninja beats in the aluminum chest, and it rocks variable cam-timing as well to meet Beemer partway, at least. Torque measures in at 100.5 pound-feet; barely enough to qualify it as a power-tourer, but enough all the same even if it falls a smidge short of the RT’s 105-pounds o’ grunt.

With the Concours, you get a variable cam-timing feature that deepens the torque well a bit, but Kawi stops short of the absolute fandanglery Beemer brings to the table. That shortcoming, of course, is reflected in the price. Kawi lets loose of a Concours 14 ABS for $15,599, and that may be enough to tipple someone who is riding the fence.

Read our full review of the Kawasaki Concours 14.

Model history & versions

Model history

  • 2005:R1200RT introduced – replaces the R1150RT. 15% more power, 20kg lighter
  • 2010: Update: HP2 Sport-derived new twin cam engine, fairing and clocks.
  • 2014: RT gets partially water-cooled motor, smoother throttle, fairing and ergonomic tweaks. Traction control, two riding mods, electric screen and ABS are standard.
  • 2019: R1200RT replaced by R1250RT with more powerful new ShiftCam engine, a change from Brembo to BMW branded Hayes calipers, hill hold control and self-levelling rear shock (with electronic suspension versions). Available in base, SE and LE spec.
  • 2021: R1250RT gets restyled nose fairing and screen, a 10.15in colour TFT dash with split screen function, cornering ABS with dual braking and options including adaptive headlights, active cruise control and wireless phone charger. Available in base and LE spec.

BMW R 1250 RT Pricing

Buyers can expect an MSRP of $18,645, if they can keep out of the accessories catalog. Good luck with that. The 2020 R 1250 RT can be had in a handful of color packages that include Manhattan Metallic, Alpine White, two-tone colorways Mars Red Metallic / Dark Slate Metallic Matte or Blue Planet Metallic/Ivory, and a Sparkling Bronze Metallic if you opt for the Spezial Option 719 billet package that offers even more customization options.

Standard Equipment:2 Ride Modes (Rain/Road), ABS Pro, Adjustable Gear Shifter, Adjustable Two-Section Seat, ASC (Automatic Stability Control), Heated Grips, Hill Start Control, LED Tail Light, LED Turn Signals, Multi Controller, On-Board Computer Pro, Saddle Bags in Body Color, ShiftCam (Variable Camshaft Control), Steering Damper, Stepless Power Adjustable Windshield, Storage Compartment, Toolkit
Colors:
└ 2019:Carbon Black Metallic, Mars Red Metallic/Dark Slate Metallic Matte, Alpine White, Opt 719 Blue Planet Metallic, Opt 719 Sparkling Storm Metallic
└ 2020:Manhattan Metallic, Mars Red Metallic / Dark Slate Metallic Matte, Alpine White, Blue Planet Metallic/Ivory, Opt 719 Sparkling Bronze Metallic
Price:$18,645

Engine

5 out of 5 (5/5)

Remember the old days when BMW flat twin engines were quirky, but bulletproof lumps, designed for pushing along policemen, beards, pipes and slippers? Things couldn’t be more different now with the RT’s evolving into graceful sophistication. 

Sure, the Boxer lump still isn’t as refined as a conventionally laid-out three, four or six-cylinder motor and there’s a fair bit of vibration on a closed throttle above 4000rpm, but it growls and bellows like a race bike one minute and whispers along the next, depending on your mood.

A wide, beefy spread of power lets you pull cleanly from as little as 2000rpm in top (35-40mph), cruise on the motorway at 3500rpm and give sportsbikes the hurry-up when you keep the revs on the boil.

A capacity increase

Like the 2019 R1250GS, GS Adventure and R the R1250RT gets an 84cc capacity hike and variable valve timing ‘Shift Cam’ system. There’s 14ftlb more torque, 250rpm lower down in the revs and power is up from 123bhp to 134bhp. Each cylinder’s inlet cam features partial and high lift cam lobes and slides across the top of the engine (in just five milliseconds and undetectable from the rider) delivering mild or hairy cam timing, depending on your throttle input. 

Inlet valves are staggered when they’re open, creating swirl in the combustion chamber for a better burn. BMW claims improved fuel economy – we managed 47mpg (191 miles before the reserve light) and a theoretical range of 258 miles from the 25-litre tank.

Equipment

5 out of 5 (5/5)

The RT is all about pampering its rider with space, a natural riding position, sumptuously padded seat and goodies galore. The base model has panniers, cruise control, heated grips, electrically adjustable screen, ‘Rain’ and ‘Road’ modes, traction control, cornering ABS and linked brakes.

The all-singing LT version and showers you with goodies like ‘Eco’ and ‘Dynamic’ riding modes, semi-active suspension damping, self-levelling rear shock and an up/down shifter, keyless ignition and fuel cap, central locking and heated seat.

New for 2021 is a 10.25in colour TFT display is standard and replaces the previous analogue dial/small TFT layout. Tastefully huge and easy to read without being garish or distracting, it makes every other dash look puny at a stroke.

It has a split screen function so you can view your main display with revs, speed and gear position on the left and choose any number of menu functions, including its in-built sat nav on the right. Four buttons, fitted to the left side of the fairing, short cut you to your favourite menu functions.

There’s a catalogue as long as your arm with more touring, cosmetic and performance accessories, including luggage, billet ali parts, active cruise control and an air-cooled cubby hole with an integrated wireless charger.

BMW R 1250 RT Drivetrain

  • 1,254 cc flat-twin engine
  • 136 horsepower and 105 lb-ft of torque
  • Automatic stability control
  • Broader powerband

The factory took its 1,170 cc boxer engine and punched it out to a total of 1,254 cc for this newest iteration, and that necessarily brings more power to the table to the tune of 136 horsepower (up from 125 ponies) and 105 pound-feet of torque (up from 92 pounds o’ grunt). This puts the RT squarely in the power-tour category, and is sure to endear itself to riders who are looking for a tourbike that comes with a bit of testicular fortitude.

The flat-twin engine runs a counter-balancer so as to tune the worst of the vibrations out of the system, so numb hands and bottoms do not come standard. Compression is pretty spicy at 12.5-to-1, so you can go ahead and resign yourself to running top-dollar road champagne through the electronic throttle bodies. Engine control is modified by the Automatic Stability Control that most of us will identify as traction control, but they can call it whatever they like; it does the same job.

It’s cooled primarily by air, but similar to Harley’s Twin-Cooled technology, the mill circulates coolant through the heads to draw heat away from the hottest spots. Inside, oil jets perform the same function to cool the piston crowns from beneath, but that’s not the best part. A variable timing system advances and retards the cam timing to broaden the powerband, and the intake valves run with an asynchronous timing feature designed to cultivate more swirl in the air-fuel mixture as it enters the combustion chamber for better vaporization and flame-front propagation. Nifty stuff, yeah? I certainly thought so.

The factory claims a top speed of (over) 125 mph, not that you’ll ever be able to use all that potential on our side of the pond, not legally anyway. Still, it’s comforting to know you’ve got plenty of roll-on left to make decisive passes and get out of the way of the oblivious cagers around you.

Engine:Air/liquid-cooled 4-stroke flat twin engine, double overhead camshaft, one balance shaft and variable engine timing system BMW ShiftCam
Bore x Stroke:102.5 mm x 76 mm
Displacement:1,254 cc
Rated output:136 hp (100 kW) at 7,750 rpm
Max. torque:105 lb-ft (143 Nm) at 6,500 rpm
Compression ratio:12.5 : 1
Mixture control / engine management:Electronic fuel injection with ride-by-wire throttle system
Emission control:Closed-loop 3-way catalytic converter, emission standard EU-4
Clutch:Multiplate wet clutch, hydraulically operated
Gearbox:Constant-mesh 6-speed gearbox with helical cut gears
Drive:Shaft drive

Value vs rivals

4 out of 5 (4/5)

The R1250RT is a lot of touring bike for the money, but it doesn’t have any direct rivals other than more cruiser-style tourers or adventures.

There’s the RT’s big sister: the K1600GT. It’s hard not to be impressed with a 1.6 litre tourer that sounds like an BMW M3 at full chat and glides like a bullet train on the motorway.

But it’s a behemoth of a thing that weighs the same as a small country, has a surprisingly agricultural gearbox and has more a cruiser-like feel to it than the far nimbler RT. It’s not cheap, even in base trim.

You could also go for the BMW R1250GS, which also trample miles without breaking a sweat, but it has an extra string to its bow: it’s an extremely capable off-roader, too. It’s lighter, more agile and sportier with decent weather protection, but it isn’t as calm and comfortable as the RT on motorways or have so much standard luggage capacity and storage space.

If you want something more elegant the Ducati Multistrada V4 combines comfort with searing on-road performance and muddy-tyred fun. It’s far sportier than the RT and similarly packed with tech and rider aids, including active cruise control. but you’ll have to do without an electrically adjustable screen, or as much wind-cheating bodywork to hide behind.

Особенности

Базовое оснащение байка включает в себя систему автоматического контроля стабилизации (ASC), а также систему контроля запуска на склоне. Она позволяет в автоматическом режиме использовать тормоза при стоянке, отпуская их при движении байка вперед. Имеется функция автоматического контроля тяги ASC, для лучшей управляемости. В числе базовых режимов езды – дорожный, а также специальный дождевой, для движения по мокрой трассе.

В качестве дополнительных опций предусмотрены улучшенная система динамического контроля тяги, дополнительная угловая АБС, продвинутая система контроля старта на склоне, динамическое управление тормозами, а также поддержка специального режима Pro. Доступна кастомизация внешних элементов мотоцикла, таких как глушитель и обвесы.

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BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021
BMW R 1250RT 2021

2021 BMW R1250RT

The 2021 R1250RT rides exactly the same way as before, but the main change to what you’ll feel behind the bars is its new dual braking system. Both brakes operate regardless of whether you pull the front lever or stomp on the rear and that flattens the BMW under hard braking – pushing both wheels into the tarmac for maximum grip and stopping power.

Its standard electronically controlled screen is refined to shield the rider from unwanted windblast and works beautifully, but it’s a little too short for taller riders, who may need to go for the higher, wider accessory screen 

If you go for the active cruise control option, it adds an extra dynamic compared to a regular system. As you approach a vehicle the RT slows down to match its pace and accelerates back up to your previous speed when it moves clear.

It also brakes for you when it needs to shed a lot of speed or going downhill, although it does it with little finesse. The radar often catches slower traffic when you don’t want it to, so you have to keep helping the cruise control along with the throttle to maintain momentum.

BMW R 1250 RT Pricing

Buyers can expect an MSRP of $18,645, if they can keep out of the accessories catalog. Good luck with that. The 2020 R 1250 RT can be had in a handful of color packages that include Manhattan Metallic, Alpine White, two-tone colorways Mars Red Metallic / Dark Slate Metallic Matte or Blue Planet Metallic/Ivory, and a Sparkling Bronze Metallic if you opt for the Spezial Option 719 billet package that offers even more customization options.

Standard Equipment:2 Ride Modes (Rain/Road), ABS Pro, Adjustable Gear Shifter, Adjustable Two-Section Seat, ASC (Automatic Stability Control), Heated Grips, Hill Start Control, LED Tail Light, LED Turn Signals, Multi Controller, On-Board Computer Pro, Saddle Bags in Body Color, ShiftCam (Variable Camshaft Control), Steering Damper, Stepless Power Adjustable Windshield, Storage Compartment, Toolkit
Colors:
└ 2019:Carbon Black Metallic, Mars Red Metallic/Dark Slate Metallic Matte, Alpine White, Opt 719 Blue Planet Metallic, Opt 719 Sparkling Storm Metallic
└ 2020:Manhattan Metallic, Mars Red Metallic / Dark Slate Metallic Matte, Alpine White, Blue Planet Metallic/Ivory, Opt 719 Sparkling Bronze Metallic
Price:$18,645
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