1982 - Bmw R-series Mkm1000 on mail.2040motos
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extremely rare 1982 Krauser MKM1000. One of only about 200 Krauser-built bikes produced during its two-year run, and one of only 13 machines imported into the USA by BMW of North America in 1982. Michael Krauser had a very close relationship with the BMW factory, and he sourced his R100RS mechanical components directly from them. The difference is that the Krauser-built bikes don't have a BMW vin, they have a Krauser vin on the engine, frame, trans & rear drive. The other important difference is that he then proceeded to wrap all these parts in a computer designed birdcage frame that was extremely light and rigid.
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Moto blogTue, 07 Feb 2012 00:00:00 -0800
BMW announced global sales of 5,237 motorcycles in January, a new record for the first month and an 11.1% increase from the 4,714 units sold in January 2011. The record month follows a banner year for BMW which sold a record 104,286 motorcycles in 2011. “After a record year in 2011, the new year has started very pleasingly for BMW.Fri, 06 Jun 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Michael Dunlop won his fourth race of the 2014 Isle of Man TT and 11th in his career, capping off this year’s event by taking the PokerStars Senior TT. It is the second-consecutive year that Dunlop has won four races in a single TT, this time capturing the Senior, Superbike, Superstock, and the second Supersport TT races. It took a while for Dunlop to get going.Tue, 11 Sep 2012 00:00:00 -0700
This leather-coated BMW R51/3 bobber was created by its owner Hugo Ferraro, thanks to help from a Greek leathersmith, Elias Dairis. You either love it or can't stand it. The bike features a custom-made fuel tank, a leaf-spring front-end, standard wheels, a lighter crank and pistons and a hot cam.
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