International GS Trophy 2020.

Experience pure offroad adventure.

Explore the world, master every challenge at the GS, and show your team spirit: The International GS Trophy is an incomparable and challenging motorcycle adventure. More than a dozen teams from all over the world are meeting again in 2020. The riders are in for a treat as this year's venue is New Zealand. There the participants will have the opportunity to experience a unique and once-in-a-lifetime event.

New Zealand: Enduro fun every step of the way.

New Zealand: Enduro fun every step of the way.

It's not just the perfect film backdrop for famous fantasy films, it's also the ideal terrain for the International GS Trophy 2020: In New Zealand, rainforest meets glaciers, stepp-like flora meets subtropical flora. The island is characterized by high plateaus and mountain peaks with heights of well over 3000 meters as well as fjord landscapes, countless uplands and woodlands – the best conditions for exciting trails and gruelling challenges. Wherever the trail may go: Every meter is packed with pure enduro fun.

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The GS Trophy bike.

The GS Trophy bike.

The F 850 GS is made to push the boundaries and discover the unknown. Thanks to the two-cylinder in-line engine with 70 kW (95 hp), Int. GS Trophy riders have a robust powerhouse that will win over any terrain. The high torque and lively nature of the F 850 GS turn obstacles into exciting challenges. What's more: The special GS Trophy decal makes this bike a real eye-catcher in New Zealand. What's more: with an appropriate protective clothing and an indestructible equipment the riders are able to defy the extreme requirements of any challenge.

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Ready. Set. Int. GS Trophy.

Ready. Set. Int. GS Trophy.

Rides through mud and water, navigation exercises and skill questions: The challenges of the Int. GS Trophy are already lurking at each national Qualifier. Those riders, who master them best, are getting one of the three desirable positions in their national team and thus their ticket to the Int. GS Trophy in new Zealand. 23 teams, including two international female teams, are making the event in 2020 even more exciting: although the best endurists per country have been chosen, the competition will show who is the best team. Get to know all the participating teams and riders.

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Follow The Trails.

It’s time to leave your comfort zone: follow the trails of the Int. GS Trophy (2010, 2016, 2018 and 2020) and ride the routes in New Zealand, Mongolia, Thailand or South Africa yourself! Official BMW Motorrad partners, such as the Enduropark Andalusien, Enduropark Hechlingen und Malelobo offer you the chance to experience the GS Trophy feeling. The adventure package includes the official GS models, accomodation, meals and gas as well as logistic and medical support. With official BMW Motorrad instructors, your GS as well as your team by your side you can experience the tours as authentic as possible: turn muddy roads and steep hills into your playground. Don’t waste your time and book your placement now.

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Unique experiences.

Unique experiences.

The Int. GS Trophy is not a rally or a race; it focuses mainly on team spirit as well as skills that are tested in various ways. Sleeping in a tent and getting to know a new environment and culture as well as making new friends from around the world, these are the unforgettable experiences of the International GS Trophy, that BMW Motorrad hosts every two years­ for real offroad experts.

 

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Eight unforgettable days.

Eight unforgettable days.

Riders took on every difficult challenge they came up against for eight days at the International GS Trophy 2018 in Mongolia. 18 teams from 21 countries qualified for the sixth edition of the motorbike adventure and rode 2400 kilometres over gravel, sand, and stone. Here you can read about the participants' unforgettable moments and how they made new friends.

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Hall of Fame.

Hall of Fame.

BMW Motorrad has been hosting the great enduro extravaganza since 2008. So far, participants have ridden through Tunisia, South Africa, Patagonia, Canada, Thailand, and Mongolia. Five teams started at the first GS Trophy, now a total of 23 teams take part. For a little adrenaline kick up front: You can find a list of all previous riders in the Hall of Fame. Is your country there?

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