Look out! 2013 BMW F800GS Adventure revealed

Mid-size GS gets larger tank and loads more tweaks to enhance its unpaved road potential

BMW'S F800GS has gained Adventure status.

Following on from the 1150GS Adventure and 1200GS Adventure, BMW's successful mid-capacity F800GS gets the Adventure treatment, with a larger 24-litre tank (8-litres more than the F800GS), revised bodywork, a larger screen, 10mm taller seat (890mm), hand guards, wide enduro footpegs an engine protection bar and a pannier rack.

BMW claim the larger tank will extend the bike's range by 75 miles, giving it a 220-mile potential. The F800GS Adventure will have the option of ASC and ESA, BMW's Electronic Suspension Adjustment.

The F800GS retains the same 798cc four-valve parallel-twin engine, with power and torque remaining at 85bhp and 61ftlb.

There will also be a UK-exclusive 'Travel Edition', featuring: Automatic Stability Control, enduro off-road riding mode, heated grips, LED auxilliary headlights, on-board computer, centre stand and optional off-road tyres.

The F800GS Adventure will cost £9650 OTR while the Travel Edition will cost £10,535 OTR.

We'll be riding the F800GS shortly, so check back for a full review.

Click here to read our F800GS review and click here to read F800GS owner's reviews and click here to read our F800GS buyer's guide.