BMW motorcycles are well-renowned for their outstanding performance, innovative engineering, and stylish designs. Additionally, they’re reliable and long-term durable.
Before World War I, this company began manufacturing aircraft engines but after Armistice they were forced to diversify, manufacturing air brakes and agricultural machinery before eventually shifting focus onto cars and bikes.
BMW (Bayerische Motoren Werke AG) has been producing motorcycles since 1923. Max Friz designed their inaugural R 32 model in just a few weeks – setting off an illustrious motorcycle history that still endures today.
BMW currently produces an array of bikes. Ranging from long-distance endurance riders like the K 1600 GT bagger to performance models such as the S 1000 RR sportbike, there’s sure to be something suitable for every rider – there’s sure to be one available from them.
As for adventure sport models, BMW has their top seller with the GS: their best-selling adventure sport model with 136 horsepower four-cylinder flat twin engine ready to conquer continents. Additionally, there’s K 1600 GT as part of this line up; an ideal balance between long distance riding comfort and sporty BMW handling/aesthetics!
BMW was originally established as an aircraft engine manufacturer and continued this practice during World War I. BMW first produced their motorcycle, featuring a flat-twin boxer engine configuration, in 1923 – although these engines may still be found in some models today; BMW now manufactures bikes with various other engine types and configurations as well.
BMW currently offers bikes to meet any purpose in its lineup. One example is the S 1000 XR adventure sport bike, combining BMW sport bike riding dynamics with GS ergonomics and styling; its powerful 165hp engine can help conquer continents.
At the other end of the spectrum is MMI’s 2021 S1000RR M Series, featuring state-of-the-art racing technology for pure motorsport adrenaline. MMI’s training program gives students the chance to work with these high-performance power sports bikes.
BMW may not be top of mind for many riders, but its bikes have earned a solid reputation among motorcyclists worldwide. BMW currently offers everything from street-focused sportbikes and luxurious touring bikes, race-dominant racers, heritage cruisers, and much more!
Starting off as aircraft engine manufacturers during World War I, BMW went on to produce bicycles, lawnmowers, air brakes and tools before transitioning into motorcycle production. Their first flat-twin boxer engine motorcycles became known as “Airheads.”
Now BMW offers an expansive selection of bikes to meet every rider’s needs – from city commuting to traversing backroads, there’s sure to be one designed just for you. Additionally, this German manufacturer owns both MINI and Rolls-Royce Motor Car brands – offering something suitable for every riding experience and road condition.
BMW Motorcycles have something for every type of rider imaginable. Their best-selling GS line offers models designed specifically to handle off road riding as well as dual purpose and sport riding activities.
BMW’s M series racing line boasts state-of-the-art technology to deliver motorsport adrenaline. Additionally, their heritage-inspired cruisers and sports bikes are ideal for city streets.
The G 310 R from BMW is the smallest adventure bike available and still packs quite the punch for its size. Equipped with a Euro 5-compliant liquid-cooled single cylinder engine, you can choose between Passion Racing Red style, Polar White/Racing Blue color combinations or Cosmic Black 2. Additionally, its backrest provides ample room for additional riders.
BMW (Bayerische Motoren Werke or Bavarian Motor Works) has been crafting motorcycles since 1923, boasting an illustrious heritage of air-cooled opposed twin flat engines as its signature feature. BMW currently offers shaft drive and chain driven models ranging from 310cc up to 1802cc engine capacities; perfect for off-road, dual purpose, sport touring activities as well as sport activities.
BMW’s 2021 Vision Next 100 concept bike features an advanced self-balancing system designed to eliminate accidents – something we hope is soon realized in production form. However, for now the M RR boasts state-of-the-art racing technology designed to bring pure motorsport adrenaline. Its 999cc inline four-cylinder engine meets or exceeds performance demands required of professional racing series.