The BMW F800 has been produced in cooperation with Bombardier-Rotax. The engine is manufactured in the Austrian Rotax plant and is delivered to the Berlin production line ready-for-assembly. It is a completely new mid-range sports / sports touring motorcycle for BMW filling the gap between the F650 and the larger R and K series bikes.
It is the first two-cylinder inline engine in the history of BMW Motorcycles and features a four-valve per cylinder design. The bike is available in a Sports, a Sports Touring and GS "Gelände/Strasse" dual purpose configurations. The photos on this page shows the 2007 ST or Sports Touring model. The model now also includes an R "naked" bie and in 2013 a GT version was released. BMW has increased the output of the F800 GT to 66 kW at 8000 rpm, compared to the 62 kW of the F800 ST.