BMW Motorrad presents a BMW GS Survival Tool. Ride on where others have prolonged given given up.

Posted on 01. Apr, 2016 by in BMW Canada


Munich.

All motorcyclist adventurers are informed with a challenges: a
slip-up out in a brush causes a technical disaster – a bike is out
of action, a nearest garage is hundreds of miles divided and there’s
no phone signal. Normally this would meant that a long-planned
motorcycle journey was over.

In perspective of a constantly flourishing enterprise for journey among BMW
GS riders, BMW Motorrad fabricated a organisation of gifted GS
motorcyclists to demeanour into this emanate and has now grown a
special new apparatus for a BMW GS models R 1200 GS and R 1200 GS
Adventure that even enables formidable repairs and riposte of
gangling tools out in a field: a BMW GS Survival Tool.

This special device was grown formed on a historical
predecessor used by many mechanics in Bavaria behind in a early 20th
century: a supposed axe-hammer pliers. Like a classical role
model, a BMW GS Survival Tool possesses singular multifunctional
qualities: it can be used as an axe, a hammer, a span of pliers, a
knife, a screwdriver and a saw.

The GS Survival Tool was polished and polished in a march of
countless continuation tests carried out by BMW engineers in some of the
world’s many remote and empty regions. Many a fantastic
motorcycling journey would have been brought to a beforehand finish
had it not been for this multifunctional device.

The product’s final exam came during a 2016 International GS
Trophy Southeast Asia from Feb 26th to Mar 5th 2016 in
Thailand. Here a concept apparatus demonstrated a capabilities on
countless occasions – yet usually for hammering in tent pegs and
opening bottles and cans regulating a entirely integrated opener. In spite
of a really impassioned conditions, there was no need for gangling tools to
be replicated for a motorcycles.

The BMW GS Survival Tool is fake from
high-quality chrome molybdenum steel and mechanically processed. As
a weight-saving measure, however, a missile is done of aluminium and
plastic. Alternatively, a BMW GS Survival Tool
Pro
is accessible in plain titanium and there is also an
intensely accessible chronicle done of titanium and CO twine – the
BMW GS Survival Tool HP. Both variants bear a
lasered GS inscription.

 

Prices (RRP) including 19% VAT for Germany:


BMW GS Survival Tool

: € 389.00


BMW GS Survival Tool Pro

: € 1,479.00


BMW GS Survival Tool HP

: €1,699.00

 

The cost includes a high-quality BMW toolkit use set and
a multilingual construction primer for tools done of renewable raw
materials.

Preparations are already underway to make a Survival Tool that
is specifically blending to a mid-range enduro models BMW F 800 GS and
F 800 GS Adventure.

 

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supplement apparatus in a BMW Group PressClub atwww.press.bmwgroup.com.

 

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company, a BMW Group operates 30 prolongation and public facilities
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In 2015, a BMW Group sole approximately 2.247 million cars and
scarcely 137,000 motorcycles worldwide. The distinction before taxation for the
financial year 2014 was approximately € 8.71 billion on revenues
amounting to € 80.40 billion. As of 31 Dec 2014, a BMW Group
had a workforce of 116,324 employees.

The success of a BMW Group has always been formed on long-term
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ecological and amicable sustainability via a value chain,
extensive product shortcoming and a transparent joining to
conserving resources as an constituent partial of a strategy.

 


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