Earlier we reported about the new G310GS shown at EICMA, and now here it is in video format brought to you by the highly caffeinated Evans Brasfield. This new GS is essentially the G310R dressed up in GS garb, with a 19-inch front wheel, a beak nose and angular side fairings.

2017 BMW G310GS Unveiled At EICMA

Take a read of the link above, then check out the video below and try to guess how many espressos Evans had consumed on EICMA’s opening day!

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  • Old MOron

    With three Brits in the premier class, I expect Dorna will be working hard to secure a British GP. Crutchlow, Redding, and Smith are all on good bikes. Let’s hope they get a home race.

  • DickRuble

    What’s the purpose of the beak when you already have a fender up front?

    • Tod Rafferty


  • DickRuble

    Wait, is this supposed to be the convertible bike? You switch to spoke wheels and 19″ knobby tires (remove the front fender) and all of a sudden you have an adventure bike. Wash it down, reinstall smooth tires and fender and you have a street bike?

  • DickRuble

    I don’t know if the message conveyed in the video is really what BMW had in mind or Evans’s paraphrasing. I would think BMW would want to build not an entry bike, a cheaper bike. Their goal should be to build the best 300cc bike: lightest, most nimble, most reliable and practical. Their message should convey that goal.

  • ArtBell

    I don’t know what market they are targeting but with a listed top speed of 143 kph (88.7 mph) it isn’t in the sport category. A weight that is more than a DR650 takes it out of the dual sport category.