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.
The introduction of Honda’s new Africa Twin has the potential of re-racking the pecking order in motorcycling’s hottest category: adventure touring.
BMW announced an updated version of its C Evolution electric scooter, claiming a 60% increase in range.
BMW’s R NineT will be joined by three variants next year including the R NineT Scrambler that debuted last fall at EICMA.
Since it was first introduced on the market, the BMW R nineT has become a popular bike for customizers and finishers as can be seen at Wheels & Waves.
Watch as BMW Motorrad engineers subject the company’s riding gear to a variety of tests
The Adventure-Touring segment faces new challengers from Ducati, Honda and Triumph
BMW adds a second model, the Scrambler, to the R nineT line of air-cooled boxers.
BMW revealed the full production version of the G310R, an entry-level roadster produced with India’s TVS Motor Company.
The Ducati Monster 1200S didn’t do so great against most of the other
Motorcycle.com goes big on a six-day, nine-bike Sports-Adventure-Touring ride along coastal California.
It’s a good time to be a motorcyclist. OEMs keep ratcheting up the amount of standard or optional technologies available on modern motorcycles. In just
After testing the latest superbikes on the track and on the street, it’s time to reveal the overall winner.
As tight as our track test results were, the street shootout was just as close.
If the new XR is a pair of stiletto-heeled red pumps, the BMW R1200RS is your favorite pair of hiking boots.