BMW K 1600 Grand America and G 310 GS Added to Demo Lineup at Daytona

BMW Motorrad USA will return to Daytona Bike Week, March 10-17, with a full lineup of motorcycles for attendees to see and ride, including the new G 310 GS adventure bike and new K 1600 Grand America touring bike. BMW Motorrad representatives will be on hand to answer questions about all of the motorcycles and rider apparel on display at BMW Motorcycles of Daytona.

Date: Saturday, March 10 through Saturday, March 17, 2018
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. daily
Location: BMW Motorcycles of Daytona, 118 E Fairview Ave, Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Phone: (386) 257-2269
For directions, visit:–BikeWeek

2018 BMW K 1600 Grand America
As its name implies, the 2018 BMW K 1600 Grand America is ready for the open roads of the good ole U.S. of A. Based on the K 1600 B bagger, it adds a trunk with passenger backrest, taller windscreen and a higher level of standard equipment.

Due to arrive in dealerships this spring, the 2018 K 1600 Grand America is designed for those seeking a combination of style and optimal long-distance touring comfort. It will come with the same standard features and options as the K 1600 B (Bagger), with the addition of a high windshield, top case with integrated brake light, audio system and K 1600 Grand America nameplate as standard. Optional extras include an extra high seat and style package with the color option of Austin Yellow Metallic and Black Storm Metallic. The BMW K 1600 Grand America has a MSRP of $23,195.

Read our 2018 BMW K 1600 B cross-country road test review

2018 BMW G 310 GS
Powered by the same liquid-cooled, 313cc single-cylinder engine as the G 310 R roadster, the 2018 BMW G 310 GS is an adventure bike for newer and smaller riders.

The all-new 2018 BMW G 310 GS, also arriving to BMW Motorrad USA retailers this spring, is BMW’s second single-cylinder motorcycle (following the BMW G 310 R) and the brand’s second most affordable model, offered at a MSRP of $5,940. Weighing in at just 374 lbs. (claimed), the BMW G 310 GS has a 6-speed transmission, smooth responsive power delivery, and best-in-class fuel consumption (at 71 mpg, claimed). It comes standard with two-channel ABS, which can be disengaged.

Read our 2018 BMW G 310 R first ride review

Check out more bikes in Rider‘s guide to new/updated 2018 motorcycles


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