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2002 Bmw R 1150 RT, BMW rear trunk, heated grips, ABS brakes, cylinder protectors, custom seat - Riders spoke. BMW listened. The result is the R 1150 RT – a darling in the press and a demon on the road. The 90 horsepower twin engine makes for a good companion as the highway unfolds and the countryside flies by. Favored by police departments around the world, the RT is lighter and more nimble than most of its competitors but doesn’t give up any of the heavy-duty performance you’d expect from BMW. With a fully adjustable windshield and a fairing that stabs through the air, the R 1150 RT is the popular evolution of the 1978 R 100 RT. The air-management system can be adjusted to blow hot air onto your hands during a cold ride or to blast you with cool air on hot summer days. The controls are placed conveniently and adjustable to fit your hands. And for those much-anticipated long journeys there’s even a power accessory plug.
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After holding three events in the southern hemisphere, the BMW Motorrad International GS Trophy will go north in September 2014, to Canada. Billed as the GS riders’ Olympics, the biennial competition pits teams representing different countries against one another in a number of challenges testing their riding skills. Previous competitions had competitors riding the F800GS but for 2014, the GS Trophy will switch to the liquid-cooled R1200GS.Mon, 16 Jul 2012 00:00:00 -0700
BMW announced it realigning its World Superbike Championship program, with BMW Motorrad Italia taking over as the company’s factory team in 2013. The German manufacturer is currently represented by two teams in the WSBK championship, the BMW Motorrad with Marco Melandri and Leon Haslam and the BMW Motorrad Italia Goldbet team represented by Michel Fabrizio and Ayrton Badovini (there is also a privateer effort of Mark Aitchison riding a BMW S1000RR for the Grillini Progea team.) Next year however, BMW’s Milan-based Italian arm will be responsible for the factory team as well as chassis development and testing. BMW Motorrad itself will focus on developing the power train and electronics.Fri, 04 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700
The first C Evolution electric scooters have rolled off the line at BMW‘s main motorcycle production plant in Berlin, Germany. The result of three and a half years of development, the BMW C Evolution scooter is the company’s two-wheeled foray into electric vehicles. The C Evolution shares the same lithium-ion battery module as the BMW i3 electric car.
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