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.
BMW, having earned its logo emblem from a stylized spinning airplane propeller,
The we take the BMW R1200GS Adventure and KTM 1190 Adventure the not-so-long way around.
The BMW R1200R is your basic Roadster, the most direct descendant of the first Boxer BMW built.
If you’re like us, then you must be salivating over the 2015 literbike prospects.
Was the WunderBoxer worth the wait? Why, yes.
Kevin Duke is live at EICMA, where he gives us a closer look at the BMW S1000XR
If a trifecta of Inline-Four-powered sporting motorcycles from BMW aren’t
The BMW F800R gets new wardrobe and more power
BMW has recreated with the 2015 iteration of the S1000RR is the world’s most user-friendly 200 horsepower sportbike.
Oh, S1k double-R, how I love you, let me count the ways: Gear Shift Assist Pro, DTC, DDC, Cruise Control …
We’ll soon be track testing the 2015 BMW S1000RR at the Circuit Monteblanco in southern Spain.
The 1976 R 100 RS was the first mass-produced motorcycle in the world to come with a full frame-mounted fairing, a bike that immediately
BMW revealed an updated S1000RR with restyled bodywork, reduced weight and increased power.
BMW pulled the covers off a new R1200R featuring the liquid-cooled boxer engine first introduced on the R1200GS