30th Anniversary Edition BMW K1300S for EICMA

10/25/2012 @ 6:32 pm, by Jensen Beeler2 COMMENTS

To help celebrate 30 years of BMW K-bikes, BMW Motorrad will present a special 30th Anniversary Edition of the BMW K1300S. The BMW K1300S “30 Jahre K-Modelle” is mostly a cosmetic exercise, with the big highlights being the bike’s Alpine White, Racing Red, and Sapphire Black metallic paint scheme, along with its stock Akrapovič exhaust.

Other features include ABS brakes, BMW’s second-generation electronic suspension adjustment (ESA II), and automatic stability control (ASC). For photos and a full list of features to the BMW K1300S “30 Jahre K-Modelle” that will debut at EICMA, click past the jump.

Feature Highlights of the BMW K1300S “30 Jahre K-Modelle.”

  • Paint finish in Alpine white / Sapphire black metallic and Racing red.
  • Windshield, tinted.
  • Electronic Suspension Adjustment ESA II
  • Safety Package (RDC, ASC).
  • HP shift assistant.
  • HP footrests for rider and passenger.
  • Akrapovič sports silencer.
  • Heated grips.
  • On-board computer.
  • Extensive fittings and individually tailored accessories to the familiar high standards of BMW Motorrad.

Source: BMW Group

  • Tipu

    Wooeewwwww !!! Handal !! Mantap !!!! :)

  • MikeD

    If only i had the flow to buy something like this…..(-_-)…..i would in a heartbeat.
    No more chain cleaning-adjusting-lubing, all the latest factory farkles, plenty of thrust for when i feel like flying or not downshifting…Aaaahhh, to be loaded $$$$$$$$$$$$.

    But i do think she’s looking a little dated already…BMW should inject some fresh DNA into this beast and re-hash it a fair bit. Make it smaller( the bike, not the engine ), at least front to back and while at it do something about that F-350 CrewCab Long Bed wheel base too.

    Im a glutton for power, NO SHAME (^-^)……….how about a K1600S or K1600R, RS with one sweet looking 6-1 Akra Full System ? Wide as a barn ? On the heavy side ? I don’t care…i would have an I6.

    What’s left from them for EICMA ? S1000RR based Tuono beater ? New “cruiser” ? I don’t think they have much cooking on the back burners. Hope to be wrong. Very wrong. (^_^)