BMW G 310 GS – confirmed MRLP and release date

Introducing the new BMW G 310 GS – confirmed MRLP and release date.

BMW Motorrad Australia has announced the pricing and specifications of the G 310 GS. 

The BMW G 310 GS will be priced at $6,900 MRLP (+ORC), with BMW expecting the arrival of G 310 GS models in BMW Motorrad dealerships mid-October.

The G 310 GS will be available in three colour variants:

  • Cosmic black
  • Racing red
  • Pearl white metallic (+$75)

Technical specifications:

BMW G 310 GS
Capacity cc 313
Bore/stroke mm 80/62.1
Output kW/hp 25/34
at engine speed rpm 9500
Torque Nm 28
at engine speed rpm 7500
Type liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine
No. of cylinders 1
Compression/fuel 10.6:1 / premium unleaded (95 RON)
Valve/accelerator actuation DOHC
Valves per cylinder 4
Ø intake/outlet mm 33.5/27.2
Ø throttle valves mm 42
Engine control BMS-E2
Emission control Closed-loop 3-way catalytic converter
Electrical system
Alternator W 330
Battery V/Ah 12/8
Headlight W H4 12 V 60/55 W
Starter kW 0.5
Power transmission – gearbox
Clutch Multi-plate wet clutch
Gearbox constant-mesh 6-speed gearbox
Primary ratio 3.083
Transmission ratios I 3.000
II 2.063
III 1.588
IV 1.286
V 1.095
VI 0.955
Rear wheel drive O-ring chain
Frame construction type Tubular steel frame in grid structure with bolted rear frame
Front wheel suspension Upside-down fork ø 41mm
Rear wheel suspension Drawn die-cast aluminium, directly mounted central spring
strut, adjustable spring rest
Suspension travel, front/rear mm 180/180
Wheel castor mm 98
Wheelbase mm 1,420
Steering head angle ° 63.3
Brakes front Single disc brake, Ø 300 mm
rear Single disc brake, Ø 240 mm
ABS BMW Motorrad ABS
BMW G 310 GS
Wheels Aluminium cast wheels
front 2.50 x 17″
rear 4.0 x 17″
Tyres front 110/80 R 19
rear 150/70 R 17
Dimensions and weights
Total length mm 2,075
Total width (incl. hand levers) mm 880
Seat height at unladen weight mm 835
DIN unladen weight, road ready,
fully fuelled
kg 169.5
Permitted total weight kg 345
Fuel tank capacity l 11
Performance figures
Fuel consumption (WMTC) l/100 km 3.33
Top speed km/h 143


Typical GS design.
The BMW G 310 GS can be identified as a genuine GS at first sight. With its characteristic, high front fender, striking flyline and short, high rear, the BMW G 310 GS features classic elements of its big GS sibling models. Its compact proportions with a short wheelbase, a 19-inch front wheel and extended spring travel make for a typical upright posture, promising an agile, nimble riding response.

2017 BMW G 310 GS

At home on the roads of the world.
Like the G 310 R, the G 310 GS is also designed for the world market. It takes diverse fuel qualities as well as meeting all emissions standards and local requirements. It is at home on all the roads of the world, bringing the hallmark BMW premium aspirations to the segment below 500 cc.

Innovative single-cylinder engine for dynamic riding fun and suitability for a broad range of uses worldwide.
The centrepiece of the new BMW G 310 GS is the 313 cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine known from the G 310 R with four valves and two overhead camshafts together with electronic fuel injection. The capacity of 313 cc results from a bore of 80 millimetres and a stroke of 62.1 millimetres.

A salient feature of the single-cylinder engine in the G 310 GS is the fact that its cylinder is tilted to the rear and its cylinder head is rotated by 180 degrees: intake at the front, outlet at the rear. This configuration follows the logic of a straight, power-enhancing supply of fresh air-fuel mixture and also has positive consequences in terms of the bike’s architecture. This results in an output of 25 kW (34 hp) at 9 500 rpm and a maximum torque of 28 Nm at 7 500 rpm.

The new G 310 GS provides a relaxed seating position that enables carefree motorcycling pleasure both on the road and during excursions along forest paths and gravel tracks. As is characteristic of BMW Motorrad, all switches and controls are simple and secure to handle. Great importance was attached to simple and safe operation, taking into account the most diverse rider anatomies.

2017 BMW G 310 GS

Bridge-type tubular spaceframe, upside-down fork and long swinging arm for a high degree of ride stability, a precise steering response and light handling.

In terms of its suspension, the new G 310 GS is similar to the G 310 R roadster in using a tubular steel spaceframe with bolt-on rear section that combines torsional rigidity with robust quality. Given its good stiffness balance, this provides the basis for excellent ride stability and a precise steering response. The front wheel suspension is taken care of by a solid upside-down fork while at the rear there is an aluminium swinging arm in conjunction with a spring strut that is mounted on it directly.

Like all BMW motorcycles, the new G 310 GS comes with ABS as standard. It combines a high-performance brake system with 2-channel ABS for efficient deceleration and short braking distances. For use over light terrain the ABS in the new G 310 GS can be conveniently deactivated at the press of a button if required. The G 310 GS instrument cluster has a large liquid crystal display that offers excellent clarity and a wide range of information.