The legendary German marque that is so well known for its automobiles actually has its roots in motorcycles. BMWs first motorcycle, the R32, debuted in 1923, and its Flat-Twin engine layout is still used in its current lineup. The BMW name is known for premium motorcycles that can go long distances, although its current offerings are also geared toward younger and faster riders.
Laugh if you want, but when it comes to practical, comfortable and fun two-wheeled transportation, scooters hit the mark.
Has BMW created the Universal German Motorcycle? Go see a nineT when they’re available and find out for yourself.
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Built for the track, ridden on the street. The bikes here represent the bleeding edge of superbike technology and performance from their respective OEMs.
BMW’s F800GS has been a tidier-sized adventure-touring rig since its introduction in 2008, offering most of what its iconic big brother, the R1200GS,