with the outlandish-looking front suspension unit.The bike is thought to be the firm's all-new 2009 K 1300 S, designed using the company's World Superbike entrant S 1000 RR.
BMW HAVE released first details of their new motorcycle rider safety system ‘ConnectedRide’ - seen here in a new online video.The computer-controlled invention relies on vehicle-to-vehicle communication technology to reduce the number of collisions
TROY CORSER let slip BMW’s plans for the British Superbike Championship whilst being interviewed at Brands Hatch BSB. The former double World Champion, who has been riding for BMW in WSB this year alongside Ruben Xaus – the pair developing
official BMW sites including “www.bmw.com” and “www.s1000rr.com”.Beyond that, if there's no S600RR in the pipeline, why, in 2008, did BMW also register the name “S600RR” as a trademark in America, at the same time as registering “S1000RR”?
, who is now running the satellite BMW team with Austrian rider Roland Resch as their first confirmed rider, wants Mladin in their BMW satellite squad for 2010.Rumour has it Mladin isn't ready to fully retire from the sport. What's more, the Australian
This BMW R1150GS has made a few covert appearances near the office and is somewhat out of place in the middle of London, even if the Iceland car park does resemble a warzone.
THIS IS a BMW S1000RR special from German tuning house Wunderlich.Decked out in a Gulf endurance racing-style paint job, the Wunderlich bike features the usual batch of hi-end extras, including MotoGP-style titanium exhaust, painted rims, crash
BMW's 2009 K1300RAND here's the first official picture of the 2009 BMW K 1300 R naked muscle bike (well, for a BMW anyway).Around 173bhp on tap it tops the scales at 217kg. The usual refinements are on offer like Duolever suspension and a 83.5mm x
BMW have unveiled two new scooters, the C600 Sport and C600GT.Both scooters are powered by a 647cc parallel-twin engine producing 60bhp at 7,000rpm. The engine is slanted forward at 70-degrees in order to maintain a low centre of gravity. The frame
brake keeps the bike in line and seated1st or 2nd gear not quite suitable? Slip the clutch and create any gear you like, be it turning round a cone in a car park or tackling an Alpine hairpin you can create any gear you like – think of it as 1.2, 1.4
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