One of the most popular BMWs first appeared in 1980. This was the enduro-style GS, which debuted as the 800cc R80GS. The latter featured a 21" front wheel, raised front mudguard, and a new single-sided swinging arm at the rear. In 1988 the range expanded to include the R100GS. Fitted with the 980cc engine, the R100GS was in many ways a new design, featuring long-travel Marzocchi front forks and BMW's own double-jointed, Paralever rear suspension. The R100GS became the top-selling BMW model in Germany soon after its release, and modern members of the series are equally popular today.
Named in celebration of BMW's victories in the long-distance Paris-Dakar Rally, this 'PD' model is in good condition and has seen two onwners since new. Available with two panniers.