The GS adventure helmet is Australian approved, but the next batch will be European approved now that the UNECE 22.05 standard has been approved for sale and use in Australia.
It features an anti-fog inner visor and comes in either multi colours, white or matt black.
It will be offered free with sales of any of their adventure range, the F 700 GS, F 800 GS, F 800 GS Adventure or R 1200 GS.
The F 800 GS also comes with a bonus off-road kit.
In the touring range, BMW Motorrad is offering a free Navigator V with the R 1200 RT, R 1200 R, K 1600 GT, K 1600 GTL or S 1000 XR.
The BMW Navigator V is waterproof, Bluetooth-enabled and there is an optional car installation kit available to turn the Navigator V into a multifunctional unit.
There are other winter deals as well, including 2015-plated S 1000 XR with free BMW panniers and top box, R nineT with bonus custom rider seat and rear seat cowl, S 1000 R with Bonus HP levers and footpegs.
Ride away winter prices until September 30:
K 1300 S $28,590
K 1300 R $21,990
F 800 R $13,990
F 800 GT $17,490 (including panniers)
C 650 Sport $13,990
C 650 GT $14,990
It seems strange that BMW would offer such incentives when its first-half sales this year were up 7% to 1665 and worldwide, the German brand has also scored its fourth consecutive record half year growth, up 3% and selling more than 80,000 in a half year for the first time.