1998 BMW F 650 CS
A very sporty ride
Drive belt snapped at 21000.
Very expensive to have replaced, over 270 sterling (including 60 towing fee).
Not mad about the ABS brakes on the rear, but that's just me.
Would you buy another motorcycle from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 1st October, 2005
I own a 2004 BMW Single Spark F 650 CS. My bike already has 21,000 kilometers on it. Can you please share the reason why the drive belt snapped? I would really appreciate it so I can have it checked by the BMW shop here in the Philippines. Thank you very much and ride safe.
Great fun bike, but you sit on your balls and not for hot weather riding, too much heat rising to your.. you guessed it.. balls.
Same here, especially if you have long legs, they are under you and the rising heat is baking your balls (good for cold weather riding hehe).
I put additional foam right on top of the original seat and recovered it with vinyl bought from Walmart, and gained two inches in height. I blocked the opening between the tank and the seat by wrapping foam and vinyl over a small cardboard piece, and attaching it to the bike with the bolts that are on the grab bars by the bottom of the fake tank where it meets the seat.
Otherwise it's the perfect bike in every way. I know, I have an F800S and it's much better, but I miss my 03 650CS.