From a usability standpoint, the Urban GS should operate much like the Scrambler. That is to say noticeably heavier steering than the surprisingly agile nineT roadster, but easy to ride and a very neutral riding posture. Brakes will also be a downgrade from the flagship roadster, as will the 4.9-inches of travel in the fork. I also expect the same steel tank from the Scrambler, that holds 4.5 gallons of fuel. However, where the Scrambler will go through life being just plain ol’ handsome, this Urban GS will straight-up turn heads. The nod to Paris-Dakar racers of yesteryear combined with the burly and trendy scrambled look is unquestionably tasteful, especially in a bike that has always been meant to celebrate BMW’s history. I haven’t even ridden it yet and I want it already.