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    G 310 GS

    Taking my bike in for some work tomorrow (Grimsby dealer) and am informed that they are prepping a 310 GS which I will be able to see - but not ride. Taken long enough!
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    There is one in the window at BMW Park Lane which I had a look at last night - great looking bike

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    Looks a big bike for 300cc

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    £5100 on the road. Very basic with no toys and almost no options either Rear shock feels very soft but there are no adjustments. You get what you see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis the Menace View Post
    Looks a big bike for 300cc
    Had a look at it yesterday. Just quick. Nice bike! Seat height just a bit lover than my GS.
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    I had a quick look at one today, looks good a lot bigger than I expected, do they do luggage for them?

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    Almost the shortest test ride ever, given a G310GS as a loan bike whilst my gsa was in for service, within 4 miles I had a bad back and shooting pain in my sciatic nerve as it was so cramped , combined with it struggling in windy conditions to do 60 mph meant I turned around and gave it back .

    Only test ride that lasted less time was a S1000XR top spec demo bike that was so stotty and uncomfortable that I returned it after 6 miles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil W View Post
    Almost the shortest test ride ever, given a G310GS as a loan bike whilst my gsa was in for service, within 4 miles I had a bad back and shooting pain in my sciatic nerve as it was so cramped , combined with it struggling in windy conditions to do 60 mph meant I turned around and gave it back .

    Only test ride that lasted less time was a S1000XR top spec demo bike that was so stotty and uncomfortable that I returned it after 6 miles.
    Strange; I thought the G310GS was quite roomy for my 6'2

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    well done on that short test ride. what a load of bollocks. just 2 miles each way you can tell a lot from that ! to small or not up to bmw image more like .......£5100 or £15000 your call.

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