BMW F650CS

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BMW F650 CS
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ManufacturerBMW Motorrad
Also calledF650 CS Scarver
Holding companyBMW
Production2001–2005
PredecessorF650 Strada
SuccessorBMW F800 S
Classcity/sport
Engine652 Cubic centimetre, Single Cylinder, Water Cooled, Four-Stroke, DOHC, 4 valves
Power (physics)50 hp (37 kW) @ 6,500 Rpm
Torque44 lb·ft (60 N·m) @ 5,000 rpm
Transmission (mechanics)5-speed, toothed belt drive
BrakesFront: 1 disc, 2 piston caliper; Rear: 1 disc, 1 piston caliper; Anti-lock braking system optional
Tires17" front/rear
Wheelbase58.8 in (1493.5 mm)
DimensionsLength 84.3 in (2141.2 mm) Width 36.0 in (914.4 mm)
Seat height30.7 in (779.8 mm)
Weight374 lb (169.6 kg) (Dry weight (motorcycle)), 417 lb (189 kg) (Wet weight (motorcycle))
Fuel capacityAuto litres
RelatedF650GS

The BMW F650 CS is a city/street (CS) BMW motorcycle introduced in 2001 and retired from production in 2005. It is also known as the Scarver (for street carver).

The F650CS was replaced by the F 800 S in 2006.

3/4 view of the F650 CS

Unique features


While the F650 CS is similar the GS released in 2000. It has several unique features including a single sided swing arm, toothed belt drive, modular soft case baggage, and unique storage area on the top tank of the bike.

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