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Defined strength in a straight line
The R 18 Dragster by Roland Sands Design
<p>Roland Sands is known for his daring designs with sports racing influences. He combines styles and knows no limits. When modifying the R 18, he draws inspiration from his father’s drag racing days: He reduces the mighty cruiser to the essentials and gears it up for maximum speed on straight roads. The result is a straight-line dragster with an iconic boxer engine – the R 18 Dragster.</p>
40 years of adventure
Four decades of GS
<p>Ready for any challenge: Since 1980, the GS has stood for limitless adventure and curiosity, both on and off the road. 40 years ago, we presented the R 80 G/S for the first time as the conceptual pioneer of touring enduros, which laid the foundation for a decades-long success story. We are celebrating this anniversary with three special editions – the new F 750 GS, F 850 GS and F 850 GS Adventure. The 40 Years GS editions are each a homage to the #SpiritofGS. They boast state-of-the-art technology, but their design is inspired by the legendary R 100 GS and reminds us of the origins of the GS.</p>
Model Colour Updates 2021.
All new colours and styles.
<p>Model year 2021 will see a number of model revision measures included in the BMW Motorrad program. The models can be ordered from all BMW Motorrad partners in the new configurations from August 2020.</p>
From RR to GS.
The BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team’s charity tour of Australia’s bushfire-affected regions.
<p>After the WorldSBK season-opener on Phillip Island, Tom Sykes, Eugene Laverty, Marc Bongers and Shaun Muir visited areas affected by the devastating Australian bushfires. After swapping their RR's to the mighty GS, they had a number of inspiring encounters with Australian firefighters and victims on their journey supporting the charity activities by BMW Australia in aid of relief and conservation organisations.</p>
Heritage - Pure Passion.
The world of the Big Boxer.
<p><span style="font-family: Arial , sans-serif; color: black;" lang="EN">Find all the latest news about the newly released R 18, Big Boxer concept models and much more. From custom builds to the production bike line-up, and the all new heritage ride &amp; style collection. Discover this exciting world of BMW Motorrad Heritage with us.</span><span style="font-family: Arial , sans-serif; color: black;"></span></p>
Concept R 18 /2 makes EICMA debut.
Second BMW Motorrad cruiser concept unveiled.
<p>Just six months ago, BMW Motorrad took the custom scene by storm with the world premiere of the Concept R 18 at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este. Now, a second design study featuring the awe-inspiring 1800cc flat-twin engine has been successfully presented in Milan at the international EICMA motorcycle exhibition.</p>
Concept R 18 roars into life.
BMW Motorrad custom concept unveiled at Villa d’Este.
<p>It’s the world premiere that the custom scene has been eagerly awaiting – a BMW Motorrad custom concept featuring a new prototype flat-twin engine – the highest capacity boxer motorcycle ever produced. Simply christened ‘Concept R 18’, this pure, stripped-down, raked-out bike gives more than a hint of what’s coming our way in the cruiser segment.</p>
Simple elegance.
Auto Fabrica makes the Type 18 design study from the R nineT.
<p>Less is more: That is the motto of the brothers Bujar and Gazmend Muharremi, who are among the best on the British scene with their custom shop Auto Fabrica and who are constantly setting trends. With an elegant design and curved lines, they have refined the R nineT and created a new Soul Fuel bike – the Type 18 is unexcited, but differently exciting.</p>
Howl if you want.
The Coyote by Fuel Motorcycles is a tough old dog for the roughest of terrain.
<p>They say coyotes are smart and adaptable. A real tough dog and survivor that is at home on all types of terrain. Even in the desert, its wild howling can be heard. Karles Vives, a customizer from Spain at Fuel Bespoke Motorcycles, was fascinated by coyote dogs and felt sufficiently inspired to name his conversion of an R nineT Urban G/S after the predatory animal. </p>
BMW R nineT Chopper.
Follow along as we build a custom R nineT Chopper with Engineered to Slide.
<p>Often we find that custom motorcycles appear, and then just as quickly disappear from our radars all together.</p> <p>Fabricators such as our talented friend Nigel Petrie of Engineered to Slide, pour hours upon hours of work into meticulously hand-crafting these purpose built machines.</p> <p>From our experience with past projects, we decided that the process involved in these builds is one seriously cool journey to be a part of - and one that we would love to share with you over the coming year.</p> <p>So follow along as we strip back an R nineT Racer to it's boxer engine, and begin the task of crafting one seriously wicked custom BMW RnineT Chopper...</p> <p> </p>
EICMA Review 2019.
<p>Relive the presentation of world debuts, and everything else that happened at a jam packed EICMA 2019 in Milan.</p> <p>See BMW Motorrad's latest show for yourself - it was more than just an exhibition booth. In addition to exciting expert talks and many international motorcycle heroes, you will get the chance to see the new models and accessories. </p>
International GS Trophy 2020.
Experience pure offroad adventure.
<p>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.&nbsp;More than a dozen teams from all over the world are meeting again from 9 – 16 February 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.<br> </p>
F 800 R Stunt Bike.
A Lukey Luke & Engineered To Slide Collaboration.
<p>It takes a serious machine to handle the challenges that our new BMW Factory Stunt Rider Lukey Luke throws at it. </p> <p>We had Lukey take his new F 800 R to Nigel Petrie of Engineered to Slide with a long list of requirements, and the result was a seriously epic stunt bike that can handle anything that comes its way...</p>
A masterpiece made of titanium.
Revival Cycles is showcasing big boxer engines with the Birdcage.
<p>Alan Stulberg is a fan of boxer engines. He and his team have created a unique custom bike, living out his creative freedom, for a prototype two-cylinder boxer engine. Inspired by BMW motorcycles from the 1930s and racecars from the early 1960s, this one-of-a-kind bike will be on display for the first time at the Handbuilt Motorcycle Show in Austin, Texas: The Revival Birdcage!</p>
Elegant muscleman.
BMW Motorrad presents the Concept 101 touring bike.
<p>Inspired by the never-ending highway, the feeling of freedom and sheer independence, the BMW Motorrad design team came up with a completely new approach to touring motorcycles with their Concept 101: elegant, exclusive, extroverted and pure cruising power.</p>
Departed.
A spectacular motorcycle construction from Custom Works ZON.
<p>The Custom Works ZON team from Japan has received numerous awards for their custom bikes. With &quot;Departed&quot;, Yuichi Yoshizawa and Yoshikazu Ueda once again cause a stir – and promptly there is the next price. The heart of the machine is the prototype of a completely new type of opposed-twin engine. </p>
American Touring.
Across the western USA on the K 1600 B.
<p>There's always something magical about leaving the past behind, to change your life, or simply see something new. Those who take long motorcycle trips gain new perspectives, see new things and learn about themselves and the world around them. Biker, author, and globetrotter Andreas (Andy) Salazar is no exception. He often sets out on his motorcycle to discover new paths and to give his life that crucial drive. Over the years he has learned that it is important to keep reinventing yourself. To find out what he means by saying all of this, we joined him on his tour of the western USA with the new K 1600 B. What we learned: &quot;It’s not about where you came from, but where you’re going next.&quot; </p>
The bike of the Int. GS Trophy 2020.
The F 850 GS is taking New Zealand by storm.
<p>The extreme adventure of the International GS Trophy 2020 in New Zealand is very demanding on its participants. They will not be able to overcome those challenges alone. They will master these challenges on the BMW F 850 GS – a motorcycle made for rough terrain. As indestructible as the bike is also its high-performance-kit. The equipment accompanies the participants safe and protected through extreme conditions such as moisture, cold or heat.</p>
Team Australia.
The participants in the Int. GS Trophy 2020.
<p>Team Australia were instantly hooked on the GS Trophy when they sent their first team to Mongolia in 2018. This time, Shaun Terblanche (31), Tysen Haley (26) and Wesley Bygate (35) are excited to meet the competition in their neighbouring country New Zealand. Shaun Terblanche from Perth is a building maintenance contractor, Tysen Haley from Yackandandah works as a builder and Wesley Bygate, who lives in the Glass House Mountains, is a certified welder.</p>
Highlights 2020.
Discover what lies ahead.
<p>Are you dying to learn what the next year will offer? Then you've come to the right place: We offer a number of highlights for fans and riders. Whether they are new releases to the BMW Motorrad product range or exciting events: Look with us to the year 2020 and let us show you the most exciting new motorcycle releases.<strong></strong></p>
Racer Wrap Battle.
What an epic campaign!
<p>We let our BMW Motorrad dealers design their own R nineT Racer Wrap, with the chance for the public to vote for the best customisation and settle the score nationwide.</p>
Dowel Jones - Everyday Adventures.
Tackle the urban jungle with renowned Melbourne Furniture Designers Dowel Jones.
<p>Join Dowel Jones as they explore Melbourne on the BMW G 310 GS. Dowel Jones constantly evolve their approach to design, tackling their industry with a unique perspective and the seizing the opportunity to make every day an adventure. Winners of numerous awards nationally and internationally, Adam and Dale constantly push the boundaries and conceptual thinking associated with furniture and interior design. </p>
Our new paint colours.
Update to the existing range of colours form BMW Motorrad.
<p>We regularly freshen up the standard colours on numerous models. Option 719 colours are especially surprising, with effective colour combinations that make your bike look even more unique.</p> <p>Discover all the highlights of the new 2019 colours options.</p>
2019 BMW GS Safari.
25th Anniversary of BMW Safari.
<p>No better way to celebrate 25 years of traversing Australia on a GS than with an epic ride from Windsor to Coffs Harbour. Through some amazing tarmac, challenging off road terrain and some incredibly scenic trails, this ride was the perfect way to sum up the last 25 years of pure motorcycling adventure.</p>
Completely in his element.
Sterling Taylor loves to push his own limits.
<p>As he feels his way upward, he finds a foothold with his toes and grabs hold of a protruding rock with his hands: Sterling Taylor is a climber and is not deterred by his fear of heights. He loves challenges – and his motorcycle. </p>
Culture shock for the USA.
With the R nineT Classic from RSD.
<p>When former racer Roland Sands starts a project, the result is bound to be spectacular. In order to bring the style of Café Racers closer to Americans, he even developed a range of accessories.&nbsp; </p>
A Clockwork Orange.
The BMW Concept Ninety honours a style-defining icon.
<p>Customizer Roland Sands and the BMW Motorrad design team create a reminiscence of the legendary BMW R 90 S from the 70s. The BMW Concept Ninety pays homage to a golden motorcycle era.&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; </p>
G 310 GS - Everyday Adventures
Waves Crest and Break.
<p>Join iconic Australian twin fin surfer Torren Martyn on his Everyday Adventure. </p>
Whip up dust.
With the Maxx Headroom from Gunn Design.
<p>Dan Riley from Gunn Design proves with his modification of the BMW R nineT that he is a customizer of the next generation. With his Maxx Headroom, the American pursues two goals: beauty and wild action on the dusty ovals of the flat-track race.&nbsp;&nbsp; </p>
Master of metal.
A bike as hard as steel from Sosa Metalworks.
<p>Turning at a hidden place, Cristian Sosa cuts and shapes metal to make unique motorcycles. For his version of the R nineT, as an exception, it's only about the external values.&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; </p>
Challenge the City.
With the G 310 R through São Paulo.
<p>The challenges are the same in cities all over the world: red lights, packed subways, long lines of traffic that have you inching forward at a snail's pace. No problem for the G 310 R. It will turn your daily commute to work a into an enjoyable ride and show you the city from a new perspective.</p> <p>Stunt rider Chris Northover takes the G 310 R through São Paulo's crazy evening rush hour traffic. He's able to meander the bike through the big city hustle and bustle with lightness and agility. With fast-changing curves, he leaves the city behind and goes out to redefine the city limits. With the new BMW Roadster, Chris demonstrated that 313 cc is just a number and real performance is measured on the road.</p>
Spring clean.
A minimalist from the Church of Choppers.
<p>When Jeff Wright from Church of Choppers converts a bike, only the essence remains. His version of the R nineT once again proves his extraordinary artistic talent.&nbsp; </p>
Born on an island.
R nineT Scrambler from Heiwa.
<p>The first meeting of Kengo Kimura and the R nineT Scrambler is like an awkward blind date, but the motorcycle quickly wins over the Japanese's affection – and the owner from Heiwa gives the bike the look of its home.&nbsp; </p>
The BMW S 1000 R Custom.
Presented by BMW Motorrad and Orlando Bloom.
<p>Munich/Los Angeles: Many people know Orlando Bloom as a successful actor. And expect all the glamour that goes along with being a Hollywood star. But not many people know about his other big passion: motorcycles. As a long-time fan of BMW motorcycles, Orlando Bloom owns and rides a number of BMW models, including some old classics. </p>
Great things come in small packages.
Wedge Motorcycles’ G 310 R custom Tracker.
<p>The BMW Motorrad custom scene knows no boundaries. Here’s an American-style Tracker created in Japan using a German-developed BMW G 310 R that was produced in India. It truly is a global world we live in... </p>
The shimmering 70's.
A motorbike journey through time with Hell on Wheels MC.
<p>The R nineT Scrambler by Hayden Roberts revives the 70s with plenty of flair and attention to detail, giving even the customizer the experience of a special motorcycle journey through time.&nbsp;&nbsp; </p>
Priceless beauty.
The R nineT Scrambler from JvB-moto.
<p>Jens vom Brauck likes his motorcycles slim and ready for a journey through wild terrain – and this is also how he designs his version of the R nineT Scrambler, the One. His conviction originates from his youth when he did his first motorcycle journeys where otherwise only Panzers drove.&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; </p>
With balled fists.
The Bavarian Fistfighter from Rough Crafts.
<p>Made in Taiwan as a quality feature: customizer Winston Yeh creates motorcycles that awaken desires all over the world. His signature: clean, harmonious, black. Just like the R nineT conversion <em>Bavarian Fistfighter</em>.&nbsp; </p>
Chasing the Impossible
HP4 RACE
<p>For many, limits are the end of the story. For some, they are only the beginning. With the HP4 RACE, we show the passion of those who like to go beyond their limits. Whatever this may entail – it is something that was previously unimaginable. </p>
Not another boxer.
Hide Motorcycle shapes the R nineT into sporting equipment.
<p>The fact that Hideya Togashi calls his R nineT a plain and simple <em>Boxer</em> is an excessive understatement. Because the custom bike in the seventies racing look is neither plain nor simple. An inventory.&nbsp; </p>
Relax or Race.
With the Clubman Racer from 46Works.
<p>An evening spin off into the mountains and a Sunday afternoon out on the race track – the Japanese Shiro Nakajima had specific ideas of what he wanted to do with his R nineT conversion. With the <em>Clubman Racer,</em> he created an all-rounder entirely according to his own taste. And nevertheless meets the taste of the scene. </p>
Dirt Track Vibes.
The Cyclone from BratStyle.
<p>Bratty’s R nineT is living up to its name, <em>Cyclone</em>, and kicking up a great deal of dust. Customizer Go Takamine proves once more the uniqueness of the Brat Style he created. Dirt-Track-Vibes on. Pure Soulfuel.&nbsp; </p>
Get up and go.
Back to the future with Cherry's Highway Fighter.
<p>Of all things, the BMW R 7 from 1934 was used by customizer Kaichiroh Kurosu as inspiration for a futuristic bike called <em>Highway Fighter</em>. R nineT with the futuristic look, made by Cherry's Company.&nbsp; </p>
It's an ambush.
Stockholm syndrome takes everyone prisoner.
<p>The Unique Custom Cycles forge actually doesn't have much to do with Café racers. But when the Swedish customisers received an R nineT, they put together a bike in record time that is as captivating as a kidnapping.&nbsp; </p>
Rediscover the darkness.
The 9 Tracker opens eyes.
<p>Large quantities of black powder coating cover the 9 Tracker in a black robe. Those wishing to understand the motorcycle from Blitz Motorcycles must approach it like a masterpiece.&nbsp; </p>
The imposter.
Violent impostor of El Solitario.
<p>Deceitful and unloved are not attributes people like to associate themselves with. David Borrás on the other hand forces disrespectful comments with his custom bike<em> Impostor</em>. Why is this the case?&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; </p>
Electro sound.
An electric motorcycle called E-LisaBad stirs up the customising scene.
<p>What does the BMW C evolution look like on the inside? Krautmotors owner Rolf Reick wants to find out. So he takes apart the electric maxi scooter and turns it into the E-LisaBad dragster. The custom shop owner plans to drag-race his creation. It might not make much noise, but it will definitely cause a stir. </p>
Berlin Calling.
Big-city feeling with the Track Grinder.
<p>For the first step, there are many stumbling blocks. Yet the Berlin forge Urban Motor didn't let itself be thrown off course when it created the world's first R nineT custom bike – showing a great deal of courage in doing so.&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; </p>
Chasing the Impossible
HP4 RACE
<p>For many, limits are the end of the story. For some, they are only the beginning. With the HP4 RACE, we show the passion of those who like to go beyond their limits. Whatever this may entail – it is something that was previously unimaginable. </p>
From teacher to stunt legend.
Chris Pfeiffer and the revolution of stunt riding.
<p>He raised stunt riding to a completely new level: Chris Pfeiffer awed the audience with his breathtaking tricks and is an idol to countless stunt riders, who all strive to become him. For ten years, Chris competed successfully on two wheels for BMW Motorrad – albeit most of the time just on one.</p> <p>It all began in the garden. Here, Christian Pfeiffer would hop over tree roots and pull wheelies around the vegetable patch. The first races were not far behind. At the age of ten, he lined up for his first race. When he was 20, he already had 300 trophies on his shelf at home. And yet he wasn't a pro. Instead, he studied for a teaching post in sport and biology. With his first university examination in the bag, he quickly changed his plans. And became a stunt rider.</p>
Ready, steady, race!
With the HP4 RACE on the Isle of Man.
<p>Spectacular test on the Isle of Man: Peter Hickman rides the HP4 RACE on the fastest course in the world and projects the future with the innovative motorcycle on the tradition-steeped racetrack. A test run on the limit. </p>
The best of the custom and racing worlds.
How a Double R custom build by PRAËM is shaking up the customising world.
<p>Who ever imagined that perfection could be perfected? With their 70s-retro Double RR custom build, the PRAËM customising team have combined performance and style in a bike that's also fit for the race track.</p> <p>People have been customising motorcycles ever since they were invented. Talented customisers have tailored bikes to their taste in almost every style imaginable. But the PRAËM S 1000 RR would probably make the top-ten list of the most sought-after custom builds of all time. Despite all the modifications that make it a top-notch old-school superbike, the Double R by PRAËM does not compromise performance and is still an excellent choice for the race track.</p>
Everything for sport.
Fascination High Performance.
<p>Higher, faster, further. It is well-known that sport is the realm of superlatives. And HP is no exception. But when it comes to High Performance, higher, faster and further is not enough. After all, we are on the hunt for the impossible. And the finish line is just the beginning. &nbsp; </p>
Rev the engine.
Two entrepreneurs drive the community mindset forward.
<p>A burning passion for motorcycles, married to technological know-how; that was the inspiration for Mark Roebke and Justin Bradshaw to develop the motorcycling app REVER. At its core, it enables—among many features—motorcyclists to record their rides and share them with like-minded souls. The two founders from Colorado, USA, talk about their ambitions and goals.</p>
An icon made of carbon.
The hunt for the impossible with the HP4 RACE.
<p>It is more than the sum of its parts. The HP4 RACE may well amaze with its fully carbon frame and carbon rims, but it really comes into its own out on the race track. </p>
The most important features of the Rever App.
<p>A powerful app in the palm of your hand; its simple interface allows users to quickly record rides, share with friends or community, and has many other powerful navigation features.<strong></strong></p>
Madame Freestyler.
Sarah Lezito makes her motorcycle dance.
<p>Sarah Lezito is considered the best stuntwoman in the world. She was Scarlett Johansson’s double in the motorcycling scenes in <em>The Avengers 2</em> and left countless guys behind her at the stunt riding world championships. Now, the Frenchwoman is part of the BMW Motorrad community. </p>
New technology, new segment.
BMW Motorrad continues to drive the innovation.
<p>The motorcycle manufacturer surprises with pioneering innovations and the new segment of travel enduro. After the revolutionary single-arm swing from 1980, the BMW Paralever system is introduced in 1987 in the R 100 GS.&nbsp; </p>
Protection against wind and weather.
Aerodynamics leads to a new model class.
<p>A new era is being introduced: Cockpit and full fairings make driving on the motorcycle more comfortable. There are sporty motorbikes. In particular, the R 90 S is a popular design classic - not least because of its elaborate two-tone paintwork.&nbsp; </p>
Make Life a Ride.
Wake up to life every morning with your engine running.
<p>Every moment is a crossroads. You can turn left, you can turn right, or you can continue straight ahead. You could return to your starting point and then just keep driving. A million paths lie at your feet, each better than the last and no worse than the next. Choose a new path every second and never look back. Because everything you find on the road is forever yours. And that's how you Make Life a Ride. </p>
F 800 R Stunt Bike.
A Lukey Luke & Engineered To Slide Collaboration.
<p>It takes a serious machine to handle the challenges that our new BMW Factory Stunt Rider Lukey Luke throws at it. </p> <p>We had Lukey take his new F 800 R to Nigel Petrie of Engineered to Slide with a long list of requirements, and the result was a seriously epic stunt bike that can handle anything that comes its way...</p>
Challenge the City.
With the G 310 R through São Paulo.
<p>The challenges are the same in cities all over the world: red lights, packed subways, long lines of traffic that have you inching forward at a snail's pace. No problem for the G 310 R. It will turn your daily commute to work a into an enjoyable ride and show you the city from a new perspective.</p> <p>Stunt rider Chris Northover takes the G 310 R through São Paulo's crazy evening rush hour traffic. He's able to meander the bike through the big city hustle and bustle with lightness and agility. With fast-changing curves, he leaves the city behind and goes out to redefine the city limits. With the new BMW Roadster, Chris demonstrated that 313 cc is just a number and real performance is measured on the road.</p>
The BMW S 1000 R Custom.
Presented by BMW Motorrad and Orlando Bloom.
<p>Munich/Los Angeles: Many people know Orlando Bloom as a successful actor. And expect all the glamour that goes along with being a Hollywood star. But not many people know about his other big passion: motorcycles. As a long-time fan of BMW motorcycles, Orlando Bloom owns and rides a number of BMW models, including some old classics. </p>
Great things come in small packages.
Wedge Motorcycles’ G 310 R custom Tracker.
<p>The BMW Motorrad custom scene knows no boundaries. Here’s an American-style Tracker created in Japan using a German-developed BMW G 310 R that was produced in India. It truly is a global world we live in... </p>
From teacher to stunt legend.
Chris Pfeiffer and the revolution of stunt riding.
<p>He raised stunt riding to a completely new level: Chris Pfeiffer awed the audience with his breathtaking tricks and is an idol to countless stunt riders, who all strive to become him. For ten years, Chris competed successfully on two wheels for BMW Motorrad – albeit most of the time just on one.</p> <p>It all began in the garden. Here, Christian Pfeiffer would hop over tree roots and pull wheelies around the vegetable patch. The first races were not far behind. At the age of ten, he lined up for his first race. When he was 20, he already had 300 trophies on his shelf at home. And yet he wasn't a pro. Instead, he studied for a teaching post in sport and biology. With his first university examination in the bag, he quickly changed his plans. And became a stunt rider.</p>
Park ‘n’ Ride Challenge.
Moving to the next level with the G 310 R.
<p>On to the next challenge with the G 310 R – the Park ‘n’ Ride Challenge. This means: 2 teams, 2 bikes, 2 longboards, a multi-storey car park and a lot of riding pleasure. Curve by curve and level by level, both teams experience the flow. The challenge requires ability, riding skill and a generous slice of fun. Just right for Sarah, Chris, Guto and Sebastian.&nbsp; </p>
Rev the engine.
Two entrepreneurs drive the community mindset forward.
<p>A burning passion for motorcycles, married to technological know-how; that was the inspiration for Mark Roebke and Justin Bradshaw to develop the motorcycling app REVER. At its core, it enables—among many features—motorcyclists to record their rides and share them with like-minded souls. The two founders from Colorado, USA, talk about their ambitions and goals.</p>
The most important features of the Rever App.
<p>A powerful app in the palm of your hand; its simple interface allows users to quickly record rides, share with friends or community, and has many other powerful navigation features.<strong></strong></p>
Madame Freestyler.
Sarah Lezito makes her motorcycle dance.
<p>Sarah Lezito is considered the best stuntwoman in the world. She was Scarlett Johansson’s double in the motorcycling scenes in <em>The Avengers 2</em> and left countless guys behind her at the stunt riding world championships. Now, the Frenchwoman is part of the BMW Motorrad community. </p>
Strikingly different.
The BMW Concept Stunt G 310.
<p>It's loud, and it attracts attention – the new stunt concept study from BMW Motorrad. A single-cylinder roadster with the unique design of a stunt bike. One look and it's obvious how much riding pleasure this concept bike delivers.</p>
Visionary Ideas.
Young designers create new concepts.
<p>With the imminent arrival of the G 310 R, BMW Motorrad has been preparing its worldwide markets, from Milan to Japan, for this new sporty lightweight roadster. Students at the European Institute of Design (IED) in Italy have already studied the eye-catching sub-500cc BMW as part of their final degree projects, while over in Tokyo, a special female riders’ workshop has produced equally interesting studies. </p>
New technology, new segment.
BMW Motorrad continues to drive the innovation.
<p>The motorcycle manufacturer surprises with pioneering innovations and the new segment of travel enduro. After the revolutionary single-arm swing from 1980, the BMW Paralever system is introduced in 1987 in the R 100 GS.&nbsp; </p>
Defined strength in a straight line
The R 18 Dragster by Roland Sands Design
<p>Roland Sands is known for his daring designs with sports racing influences. He combines styles and knows no limits. When modifying the R 18, he draws inspiration from his father’s drag racing days: He reduces the mighty cruiser to the essentials and gears it up for maximum speed on straight roads. The result is a straight-line dragster with an iconic boxer engine – the R 18 Dragster.</p>
Heritage - Pure Passion.
The world of the Big Boxer.
<p><span style="font-family: Arial , sans-serif; color: black;" lang="EN">Find all the latest news about the newly released R 18, Big Boxer concept models and much more. From custom builds to the production bike line-up, and the all new heritage ride &amp; style collection. Discover this exciting world of BMW Motorrad Heritage with us.</span><span style="font-family: Arial , sans-serif; color: black;"></span></p>
Concept R 18 /2 makes EICMA debut.
Second BMW Motorrad cruiser concept unveiled.
<p>Just six months ago, BMW Motorrad took the custom scene by storm with the world premiere of the Concept R 18 at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este. Now, a second design study featuring the awe-inspiring 1800cc flat-twin engine has been successfully presented in Milan at the international EICMA motorcycle exhibition.</p>
Concept R 18 roars into life.
BMW Motorrad custom concept unveiled at Villa d’Este.
<p>It’s the world premiere that the custom scene has been eagerly awaiting – a BMW Motorrad custom concept featuring a new prototype flat-twin engine – the highest capacity boxer motorcycle ever produced. Simply christened ‘Concept R 18’, this pure, stripped-down, raked-out bike gives more than a hint of what’s coming our way in the cruiser segment.</p>
Simple elegance.
Auto Fabrica makes the Type 18 design study from the R nineT.
<p>Less is more: That is the motto of the brothers Bujar and Gazmend Muharremi, who are among the best on the British scene with their custom shop Auto Fabrica and who are constantly setting trends. With an elegant design and curved lines, they have refined the R nineT and created a new Soul Fuel bike – the Type 18 is unexcited, but differently exciting.</p>
Howl if you want.
The Coyote by Fuel Motorcycles is a tough old dog for the roughest of terrain.
<p>They say coyotes are smart and adaptable. A real tough dog and survivor that is at home on all types of terrain. Even in the desert, its wild howling can be heard. Karles Vives, a customizer from Spain at Fuel Bespoke Motorcycles, was fascinated by coyote dogs and felt sufficiently inspired to name his conversion of an R nineT Urban G/S after the predatory animal. </p>
BMW R nineT Chopper.
Follow along as we build a custom R nineT Chopper with Engineered to Slide.
<p>Often we find that custom motorcycles appear, and then just as quickly disappear from our radars all together.</p> <p>Fabricators such as our talented friend Nigel Petrie of Engineered to Slide, pour hours upon hours of work into meticulously hand-crafting these purpose built machines.</p> <p>From our experience with past projects, we decided that the process involved in these builds is one seriously cool journey to be a part of - and one that we would love to share with you over the coming year.</p> <p>So follow along as we strip back an R nineT Racer to it's boxer engine, and begin the task of crafting one seriously wicked custom BMW RnineT Chopper...</p> <p> </p>
A masterpiece made of titanium.
Revival Cycles is showcasing big boxer engines with the Birdcage.
<p>Alan Stulberg is a fan of boxer engines. He and his team have created a unique custom bike, living out his creative freedom, for a prototype two-cylinder boxer engine. Inspired by BMW motorcycles from the 1930s and racecars from the early 1960s, this one-of-a-kind bike will be on display for the first time at the Handbuilt Motorcycle Show in Austin, Texas: The Revival Birdcage!</p>
Departed.
A spectacular motorcycle construction from Custom Works ZON.
<p>The Custom Works ZON team from Japan has received numerous awards for their custom bikes. With &quot;Departed&quot;, Yuichi Yoshizawa and Yoshikazu Ueda once again cause a stir – and promptly there is the next price. The heart of the machine is the prototype of a completely new type of opposed-twin engine. </p>
Racer Wrap Battle.
What an epic campaign!
<p>We let our BMW Motorrad dealers design their own R nineT Racer Wrap, with the chance for the public to vote for the best customisation and settle the score nationwide.</p>
Culture shock for the USA.
With the R nineT Classic from RSD.
<p>When former racer Roland Sands starts a project, the result is bound to be spectacular. In order to bring the style of Café Racers closer to Americans, he even developed a range of accessories.&nbsp; </p>
A Clockwork Orange.
The BMW Concept Ninety honours a style-defining icon.
<p>Customizer Roland Sands and the BMW Motorrad design team create a reminiscence of the legendary BMW R 90 S from the 70s. The BMW Concept Ninety pays homage to a golden motorcycle era.&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; </p>
Whip up dust.
With the Maxx Headroom from Gunn Design.
<p>Dan Riley from Gunn Design proves with his modification of the BMW R nineT that he is a customizer of the next generation. With his Maxx Headroom, the American pursues two goals: beauty and wild action on the dusty ovals of the flat-track race.&nbsp;&nbsp; </p>
Master of metal.
A bike as hard as steel from Sosa Metalworks.
<p>Turning at a hidden place, Cristian Sosa cuts and shapes metal to make unique motorcycles. For his version of the R nineT, as an exception, it's only about the external values.&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; </p>
Spring clean.
A minimalist from the Church of Choppers.
<p>When Jeff Wright from Church of Choppers converts a bike, only the essence remains. His version of the R nineT once again proves his extraordinary artistic talent.&nbsp; </p>
Born on an island.
R nineT Scrambler from Heiwa.
<p>The first meeting of Kengo Kimura and the R nineT Scrambler is like an awkward blind date, but the motorcycle quickly wins over the Japanese's affection – and the owner from Heiwa gives the bike the look of its home.&nbsp; </p>
The shimmering 70's.
A motorbike journey through time with Hell on Wheels MC.
<p>The R nineT Scrambler by Hayden Roberts revives the 70s with plenty of flair and attention to detail, giving even the customizer the experience of a special motorcycle journey through time.&nbsp;&nbsp; </p>
Priceless beauty.
The R nineT Scrambler from JvB-moto.
<p>Jens vom Brauck likes his motorcycles slim and ready for a journey through wild terrain – and this is also how he designs his version of the R nineT Scrambler, the One. His conviction originates from his youth when he did his first motorcycle journeys where otherwise only Panzers drove.&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; </p>
With balled fists.
The Bavarian Fistfighter from Rough Crafts.
<p>Made in Taiwan as a quality feature: customizer Winston Yeh creates motorcycles that awaken desires all over the world. His signature: clean, harmonious, black. Just like the R nineT conversion <em>Bavarian Fistfighter</em>.&nbsp; </p>
Not another boxer.
Hide Motorcycle shapes the R nineT into sporting equipment.
<p>The fact that Hideya Togashi calls his R nineT a plain and simple <em>Boxer</em> is an excessive understatement. Because the custom bike in the seventies racing look is neither plain nor simple. An inventory.&nbsp; </p>
Relax or Race.
With the Clubman Racer from 46Works.
<p>An evening spin off into the mountains and a Sunday afternoon out on the race track – the Japanese Shiro Nakajima had specific ideas of what he wanted to do with his R nineT conversion. With the <em>Clubman Racer,</em> he created an all-rounder entirely according to his own taste. And nevertheless meets the taste of the scene. </p>
Dirt Track Vibes.
The Cyclone from BratStyle.
<p>Bratty’s R nineT is living up to its name, <em>Cyclone</em>, and kicking up a great deal of dust. Customizer Go Takamine proves once more the uniqueness of the Brat Style he created. Dirt-Track-Vibes on. Pure Soulfuel.&nbsp; </p>
Get up and go.
Back to the future with Cherry's Highway Fighter.
<p>Of all things, the BMW R 7 from 1934 was used by customizer Kaichiroh Kurosu as inspiration for a futuristic bike called <em>Highway Fighter</em>. R nineT with the futuristic look, made by Cherry's Company.&nbsp; </p>
It's an ambush.
Stockholm syndrome takes everyone prisoner.
<p>The Unique Custom Cycles forge actually doesn't have much to do with Café racers. But when the Swedish customisers received an R nineT, they put together a bike in record time that is as captivating as a kidnapping.&nbsp; </p>
Elegant muscleman.
BMW Motorrad presents the Concept 101 touring bike.
<p>Inspired by the never-ending highway, the feeling of freedom and sheer independence, the BMW Motorrad design team came up with a completely new approach to touring motorcycles with their Concept 101: elegant, exclusive, extroverted and pure cruising power.</p>
American Touring.
Across the western USA on the K 1600 B.
<p>There's always something magical about leaving the past behind, to change your life, or simply see something new. Those who take long motorcycle trips gain new perspectives, see new things and learn about themselves and the world around them. Biker, author, and globetrotter Andreas (Andy) Salazar is no exception. He often sets out on his motorcycle to discover new paths and to give his life that crucial drive. Over the years he has learned that it is important to keep reinventing yourself. To find out what he means by saying all of this, we joined him on his tour of the western USA with the new K 1600 B. What we learned: &quot;It’s not about where you came from, but where you’re going next.&quot; </p>
Rev the engine.
Two entrepreneurs drive the community mindset forward.
<p>A burning passion for motorcycles, married to technological know-how; that was the inspiration for Mark Roebke and Justin Bradshaw to develop the motorcycling app REVER. At its core, it enables—among many features—motorcyclists to record their rides and share them with like-minded souls. The two founders from Colorado, USA, talk about their ambitions and goals.</p>
The most important features of the Rever App.
<p>A powerful app in the palm of your hand; its simple interface allows users to quickly record rides, share with friends or community, and has many other powerful navigation features.<strong></strong></p>
Madame Freestyler.
Sarah Lezito makes her motorcycle dance.
<p>Sarah Lezito is considered the best stuntwoman in the world. She was Scarlett Johansson’s double in the motorcycling scenes in <em>The Avengers 2</em> and left countless guys behind her at the stunt riding world championships. Now, the Frenchwoman is part of the BMW Motorrad community. </p>
New technology, new segment.
BMW Motorrad continues to drive the innovation.
<p>The motorcycle manufacturer surprises with pioneering innovations and the new segment of travel enduro. After the revolutionary single-arm swing from 1980, the BMW Paralever system is introduced in 1987 in the R 100 GS.&nbsp; </p>
Protection against wind and weather.
Aerodynamics leads to a new model class.
<p>A new era is being introduced: Cockpit and full fairings make driving on the motorcycle more comfortable. There are sporty motorbikes. In particular, the R 90 S is a popular design classic - not least because of its elaborate two-tone paintwork.&nbsp; </p>
Make Life a Ride.
Wake up to life every morning with your engine running.
<p>Every moment is a crossroads. You can turn left, you can turn right, or you can continue straight ahead. You could return to your starting point and then just keep driving. A million paths lie at your feet, each better than the last and no worse than the next. Choose a new path every second and never look back. Because everything you find on the road is forever yours. And that's how you Make Life a Ride. </p>
Back on top.
BMW enters the international stage with top models and legendary victories.
<p>The 1950s are marked by sporting successes. BMW achieves remarkable top speeds with a series-manufactured&nbsp;machine. Furthermore the drivers of motorcycle teams win world championship titles.&nbsp; </p>
On with pioneering spirit.
Production starts again with the R 24.
<p>After&nbsp;the turmoil of&nbsp;the&nbsp;war, BMW&nbsp;manages a new start with motorcycle production. First they build the R 24 a single-cylinder motorcycle limited to 250 cc. </p>
Of records and races - and even more records.
New designs lead to the sporting success of BMW motorcycles.
<p>In the 1930s, the engineers not only considered performance development, but also introduced, for example, the hydraulically damped telescopic fork and the elaborately designed OHV boxer engine - with unique consequences and successes. </p>
Bavarian combiners in Italy.
Curtains up for the BMW Motorrad Concept 9cento.
<p>It's the stage for aesthetics, elegance and timeless design: at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este at Lake Como, unforgotten motorcycle classics stand alongside new concept vehicles and win over the hearts of the audience. The perfect place to introduce new ideas and designs at the traditional event. Showtime for the world premier of the BMW Motorrad Concept 9cento. </p>
40 years of adventure
Four decades of GS
<p>Ready for any challenge: Since 1980, the GS has stood for limitless adventure and curiosity, both on and off the road. 40 years ago, we presented the R 80 G/S for the first time as the conceptual pioneer of touring enduros, which laid the foundation for a decades-long success story. We are celebrating this anniversary with three special editions – the new F 750 GS, F 850 GS and F 850 GS Adventure. The 40 Years GS editions are each a homage to the #SpiritofGS. They boast state-of-the-art technology, but their design is inspired by the legendary R 100 GS and reminds us of the origins of the GS.</p>
The bike of the Int. GS Trophy 2020.
The F 850 GS is taking New Zealand by storm.
<p>The extreme adventure of the International GS Trophy 2020 in New Zealand is very demanding on its participants. They will not be able to overcome those challenges alone. They will master these challenges on the BMW F 850 GS – a motorcycle made for rough terrain. As indestructible as the bike is also its high-performance-kit. The equipment accompanies the participants safe and protected through extreme conditions such as moisture, cold or heat.</p>
Dowel Jones - Everyday Adventures.
Tackle the urban jungle with renowned Melbourne Furniture Designers Dowel Jones.
<p>Join Dowel Jones as they explore Melbourne on the BMW G 310 GS. Dowel Jones constantly evolve their approach to design, tackling their industry with a unique perspective and the seizing the opportunity to make every day an adventure. Winners of numerous awards nationally and internationally, Adam and Dale constantly push the boundaries and conceptual thinking associated with furniture and interior design. </p>
2019 BMW GS Safari.
25th Anniversary of BMW Safari.
<p>No better way to celebrate 25 years of traversing Australia on a GS than with an epic ride from Windsor to Coffs Harbour. Through some amazing tarmac, challenging off road terrain and some incredibly scenic trails, this ride was the perfect way to sum up the last 25 years of pure motorcycling adventure.</p>
Completely in his element.
Sterling Taylor loves to push his own limits.
<p>As he feels his way upward, he finds a foothold with his toes and grabs hold of a protruding rock with his hands: Sterling Taylor is a climber and is not deterred by his fear of heights. He loves challenges – and his motorcycle. </p>
G 310 GS - Everyday Adventures
Waves Crest and Break.
<p>Join iconic Australian twin fin surfer Torren Martyn on his Everyday Adventure. </p>
I chase excitement.
Curiosity and enthusiasm are what drive Isaac Johnston.
<p>He's his own boss. Years ago, Isaac Johnston traded his office job for a life as a storyteller and lifestyle photographer. Today, the American from Montana lives for unexpected experiences and loves exciting and inspiring places. Above all, nature holds a special allure for him. &nbsp;&nbsp; </p>
GS Experience 2019.
Advance Your Adventure.
<p>Discover our range of GS Motorcycles by putting them to the ultimate test at this year's series of GS Experience events!</p>
Rev the engine.
Two entrepreneurs drive the community mindset forward.
<p>A burning passion for motorcycles, married to technological know-how; that was the inspiration for Mark Roebke and Justin Bradshaw to develop the motorcycling app REVER. At its core, it enables—among many features—motorcyclists to record their rides and share them with like-minded souls. The two founders from Colorado, USA, talk about their ambitions and goals.</p>
The most important features of the Rever App.
<p>A powerful app in the palm of your hand; its simple interface allows users to quickly record rides, share with friends or community, and has many other powerful navigation features.<strong></strong></p>
Madame Freestyler.
Sarah Lezito makes her motorcycle dance.
<p>Sarah Lezito is considered the best stuntwoman in the world. She was Scarlett Johansson’s double in the motorcycling scenes in <em>The Avengers 2</em> and left countless guys behind her at the stunt riding world championships. Now, the Frenchwoman is part of the BMW Motorrad community. </p>
Everyday Adventures.
What's on your bucket list?
<p>Standing on a surfboard and being pulled by a G 310 GS. Or just dropping everything, getting on your bike and spontaneously driving to the seaside. There are any number of crazy things you can do with the G 310 GS. Things that don't have to be enormous to stay in your head and make everyday life an adventure. Are you ready for your very own Everyday Adventures Bucket List? For inspiration, here are some special stories from all over the world. Stories of people who take off with their G 310 GS and discover new facets of life... </p>
2018 BMW GS Safari
Aussie High Country.
<p>Recap the epic adventure that was the 2018 BMW GS Safari. Tackling New South Wales and Victoria's pristine alpine country, this was a ride that won't be forgotten! </p>
BMW Off Road Training & GS Tours
Advance Your Adventure.
<p>BMW Motorrad Australia is pleased to offer an extensive range of&nbsp;<a href="https://www.gsoffroad.com.au/" class="textlinkextern" target="_blank">GS Off Road Training</a>&nbsp;courses in 2018. Hosted by renowned motorcycle coaches, Shane Booth and Chris Urquhart, BMW Motorrad&nbsp;Off Road&nbsp;Training has developed the technique and confidence of GS motorcyclists since 2003. The team have taught thousands of riders both in Australia and internationally. </p>
New technology, new segment.
BMW Motorrad continues to drive the innovation.
<p>The motorcycle manufacturer surprises with pioneering innovations and the new segment of travel enduro. After the revolutionary single-arm swing from 1980, the BMW Paralever system is introduced in 1987 in the R 100 GS.&nbsp; </p>
Protection against wind and weather.
Aerodynamics leads to a new model class.
<p>A new era is being introduced: Cockpit and full fairings make driving on the motorcycle more comfortable. There are sporty motorbikes. In particular, the R 90 S is a popular design classic - not least because of its elaborate two-tone paintwork.&nbsp; </p>
Make Life a Ride.
Wake up to life every morning with your engine running.
<p>Every moment is a crossroads. You can turn left, you can turn right, or you can continue straight ahead. You could return to your starting point and then just keep driving. A million paths lie at your feet, each better than the last and no worse than the next. Choose a new path every second and never look back. Because everything you find on the road is forever yours. And that's how you Make Life a Ride. </p>
Back on top.
BMW enters the international stage with top models and legendary victories.
<p>The 1950s are marked by sporting successes. BMW achieves remarkable top speeds with a series-manufactured&nbsp;machine. Furthermore the drivers of motorcycle teams win world championship titles.&nbsp; </p>
On with pioneering spirit.
Production starts again with the R 24.
<p>After&nbsp;the turmoil of&nbsp;the&nbsp;war, BMW&nbsp;manages a new start with motorcycle production. First they build the R 24 a single-cylinder motorcycle limited to 250 cc. </p>
Of records and races - and even more records.
New designs lead to the sporting success of BMW motorcycles.
<p>In the 1930s, the engineers not only considered performance development, but also introduced, for example, the hydraulically damped telescopic fork and the elaborately designed OHV boxer engine - with unique consequences and successes. </p>
A new generation of twin-cylinder boxer engines.
Almost 100 years old - and it's only just reaching its prime.
<p>The new twin-cylinder boxer engine fascinates in its diversity from the very first moment. Its character is unmistakeable – in every engine speed range. It offers you increased performance and smooth running at low speeds. The BMW ShiftCam variable camshaft control ensures more powerful torque development over the entire engine speed range, providing greater control in every riding situation. Giving you power whenever you need it. More cubic capacity, more power – with higher efficiency. The strong performance with fewer gear changes gives you sovereignty. A masterpiece of engineering prowess. </p>
Adventure Kit.
The participants are ideally equipped for the Int. GS Trophy.
<p>Mongolia brings riders and motorcycles to their limits: But the R 1200 GS Rallye is up to all these requirements – even in the standard equipment, it is robust and versatile, but is also upgraded with original BMW motorcycle accessories. In addition, it is important to equip the riders with the best gear to master the challenges of the Int. GS Trophy and bring the victory home. </p>
Mesmerising memories from Mongolia.
2018 Int. GS Trophy over but the Spirit of GS lives on.
<p>They came, they rode and they conquered the remote lands of Central Asia during an unforgettable sixth edition of the International GS Trophy. Mongolia welcomed 18 teams from 21 nations who battled hard against each other in their quest for the top spots&nbsp;in the ranking of the Int. GS Trophy. But whatever the final rankings, every participant will leave the land of Genghis Khan with unforgettable memories of this unique&nbsp;once-in-a-lifetime-experience.&nbsp; </p>
International GS Trophy 2018.
Mongolia calling.
<p>Discover the world. Explore the unknown. Make lasting friendships. And tackle any challenge on your GS. The International GS Trophy is a motorcycle adventure that puts the world at your feet. Teams from all around the world battle it out in intensive daily stages and numerous special challenges&nbsp;and experience the tour of their lives from 3 to 10 June 2018! </p>
Electro sound.
An electric motorcycle called E-LisaBad stirs up the customising scene.
<p>What does the BMW C evolution look like on the inside? Krautmotors owner Rolf Reick wants to find out. So he takes apart the electric maxi scooter and turns it into the E-LisaBad dragster. The custom shop owner plans to drag-race his creation. It might not make much noise, but it will definitely cause a stir. </p>
Eco engineering.
A life's work of electromobility.
<p>E for electro. E for engineering. E for Eva. When it comes to e-mobility, engineering cannot be avoided – and neither can Eva Håkansson. The mechanical engineering graduate puts everything into driving electromobility forwards. For reasons of sustainability. </p>
The city at your feet.
The BMW Motorrad Concept Link takes new, connected paths.
<p>Big city. Endless urban canyons, among which there is something new to discover around every bend. But it is also the desire for movement, freedom and the possibility to get from one place to the next quickly. With the Concept Link, which BMW Motorrad will be unveiling at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este 2017, a concept vehicle has now set about to combine the challenges of urban mobility of tomorrow with the opportunities of a digitalised world. &nbsp; </p>
Rev the engine.
Two entrepreneurs drive the community mindset forward.
<p>A burning passion for motorcycles, married to technological know-how; that was the inspiration for Mark Roebke and Justin Bradshaw to develop the motorcycling app REVER. At its core, it enables—among many features—motorcyclists to record their rides and share them with like-minded souls. The two founders from Colorado, USA, talk about their ambitions and goals.</p>
The most important features of the Rever App.
<p>A powerful app in the palm of your hand; its simple interface allows users to quickly record rides, share with friends or community, and has many other powerful navigation features.<strong></strong></p>
The social test ride.
Experience all the highlights.
<p>5 cities, 5 C evolutions, 25 e-riders, 25 perspectives – countless questions, magnificent views and new impressions. Or quite simply: #SocialTestride.</p> <p>Amsterdam, Barcelona, Milan, Munich, Paris – as different as these cities might be from one another, they all have one thing in common: they must all get by with traffic that is increasing by the day while holding on to their joie de vivre. And they were – for precisely this reason – all destinations on the BMW #SocialTestride. For a journey into a new era of urban mobility. </p>
Madame Freestyler.
Sarah Lezito makes her motorcycle dance.
<p>Sarah Lezito is considered the best stuntwoman in the world. She was Scarlett Johansson’s double in the motorcycling scenes in <em>The Avengers 2</em> and left countless guys behind her at the stunt riding world championships. Now, the Frenchwoman is part of the BMW Motorrad community. </p>
New technology, new segment.
BMW Motorrad continues to drive the innovation.
<p>The motorcycle manufacturer surprises with pioneering innovations and the new segment of travel enduro. After the revolutionary single-arm swing from 1980, the BMW Paralever system is introduced in 1987 in the R 100 GS.&nbsp; </p>
Protection against wind and weather.
Aerodynamics leads to a new model class.
<p>A new era is being introduced: Cockpit and full fairings make driving on the motorcycle more comfortable. There are sporty motorbikes. In particular, the R 90 S is a popular design classic - not least because of its elaborate two-tone paintwork.&nbsp; </p>
Make Life a Ride.
Wake up to life every morning with your engine running.
<p>Every moment is a crossroads. You can turn left, you can turn right, or you can continue straight ahead. You could return to your starting point and then just keep driving. A million paths lie at your feet, each better than the last and no worse than the next. Choose a new path every second and never look back. Because everything you find on the road is forever yours. And that's how you Make Life a Ride. </p>
Back on top.
BMW enters the international stage with top models and legendary victories.
<p>The 1950s are marked by sporting successes. BMW achieves remarkable top speeds with a series-manufactured&nbsp;machine. Furthermore the drivers of motorcycle teams win world championship titles.&nbsp; </p>
On with pioneering spirit.
Production starts again with the R 24.
<p>After&nbsp;the turmoil of&nbsp;the&nbsp;war, BMW&nbsp;manages a new start with motorcycle production. First they build the R 24 a single-cylinder motorcycle limited to 250 cc. </p>
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