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Compass Expeditions Adds BMW GS Models to South America Fleet

Compass Expeditions Adds BMW GS Models to South America FleetCompass Expeditions has added adventure-ready BMW motorcycles – F800GS, R1200GS and F700GS with lowered suspension – to its fleet of stock F700GS models available to ride on South America tours.

“As one of the only International Motorcycle Tour companies that own their own motorbikes in South America we felt that it was important to offer a variety of bike sizes for our clients,” said Mick McDonald, founder of Compass.

“For the taller riders the F800GS with its much taller seat height works really well and handles the dirt sections comfortably. For those wishing for a bit more power or perhaps riding 2 UP we have the R1200GS with comfortable seating for a pillion. The lowered suspension F700GS is especially popular with female riders but is available for anyone with its lower 765 mm seat height”.

The new larger bikes are available at an upgrade price on request for all 2015 and 2016 South America tours and are booking out fast.

To learn more about Compass Expeditions new changes and tour dates for 2016 please visit –

compassexpeditions.com, email info@compassexpeditions.com, or call 1300 887 327 (+61 (0) 3 9747 2379

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