No Reserve: 1993 BMW R100GS Paris-Dakar

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This 1993 BMW R100GS Paris-Dakar is a variant of the R100GS that was introduced in 1990. The bike is finished in turquoise and white with a color-keyed seat and factory graphics, and power comes from an air-cooled 980cc boxer twin backed by a 5-speed transmission and shaft drive. Equipment includes a larger capacity fuel tank, additional bash guards and skid plates, heated grips, hardshell pannier cases, and more. The selling dealer recently acquired the bike from its previous owner of eight years and is now offering it at no reserve with a dealer brochure, factory tool kit, and a clean Oregon title.

No Reserve: 1993 BMW R100GS Paris-Dakar

The bike features turquoise and white paintwork with a color-keyed solo seat and gravel-motif graphics on the tank and front fairing. The bike is equipped with a tall front windscreen and a set of removable BMW-branded hardshell pannier cases. A crack is noted in the headlight lens.

No Reserve: 1993 BMW R100GS Paris-Dakar

The Paris-Dakar edition bikes were equipped with a 9.2-gallon fuel tank with a 1.2-gallon reserve capacity, as well as additional skid plates and bash bars not fitted to the standard GS. Spoked wheels measure 21″ in diameter at the front and 17″ at the rear and are fitted with Metzler Tourance tires.

No Reserve: 1993 BMW R100GS Paris-Dakar

The bike is equipped with adjustable high-rise handlebars and factory heated grips. Instrumentation includes a 120-mph speedometer and an 8,500-rpm tachometer with a selection of warning lights positioned in the center of the cluster. 46k miles are shown on the 5-digit odometer.

No Reserve: 1993 BMW R100GS Paris-Dakar

The air-cooled 980cc boxer twin was factory-rated at 58 horsepower with 56 lb-ft of torque, and sends power to the rear wheel via a 5-speed transmission with shaft drive.

No Reserve: 1993 BMW R100GS Paris-Dakar

A Clymer service manual, dealer brochure, tool roll, a warranty booklet, and a guide for the engine’s secondary air system are included, and the Oregon title is pictured in the gallery. A walk-around video is viewable below.

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