BMW's Adventure package is exhaustive, but the primary draw is a larger fuel tank, a luggage rack, a taller windscreen, and a reshaped, more comfortable saddle. Our testbike has been "fully loaded," meaning it has ascended through three tiers of optional equipment packages, gaining ASC (traction control), off-road modes for both the ABS and ASC, heated grips, expanded dash functionality, a centerstand, LED fog lights, and ESA (electronic suspension adjustment). This bike, which Zack Courts rode back to Los Angeles from the press launch in Moab, Utah, is also equipped with a few items that BMW figured he'd appreciate on the 1,000-mile trip west, namely a GPS, large aluminum bash guard, and hard cases to haul his kit. Price? It's as steep as the terrain the GS-A is meant to tackle. Adventure therapy adds $2,100 to the standard GS's $11,450 base, while the equipment packages and other farkles tack on another $3,000. Total? Try $16,550.