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2013 BMW C 600 Sport, The city is waiting for you. And for the first BMW Motorrad Maxi-Scooter. The new C 600 Sport is perfect for anyone who is looking for an intelligent mobility solution - and wants to get a feel for the BMW Motorrad experience. The C 600 Sport offers excellent handling and a supreme drive system. The striking design in characteristic BMW style will be sure to attract attention in the city. This is the way to handle urban mobility. A world full of possibilities, adventure and challenges. You will notice that the C 600 Sport is a genuine BMW the moment you sit on it. A thrilling ride feel is combined with the striking appeal of carefully conceived solutions: the large, variable storage compartment sets impressively high standards in terms of comfort and functionality. And the adjustable windshield gives some idea of why a ride on the C 600 Sport is not just comfortable but a truly sporty experience. The C 600 Sport gives you a whole new perspective on the world in which you move every day. With this Maxi-Scooter you will cover your everyday routes not just more simply but also with more enjoyment. The combination of excellent handling and supreme performance is something you simply have to experience first hand. The new C 600 Sport - the talk of the town.
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Moto blogWed, 23 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700
BMW is entering the scooter market this year with its C600 Sport and C650 GT maxi-scooters, but the German manufacturer almost entered the scooter segment nearly 60 years earlier. In the 1950s, BMW produced a pair of scooter prototypes it called the R10. The first prototype produced in 1953 was equipped with a 175cc Single producing about 8hp while the 1954 prototype (pictured above) was equipped with a 200cc producing about 10hp.Tue, 18 Dec 2012 00:00:00 -0800
A GS as an investment? This 1983 R80G/S is a good candidate. One owner for 20 years, it was then snapped up by a classic BMW restorer who's rebuilt the engine and fitted a few modern Siebnerock parts including new barrels and pistons.Mon, 26 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0700
British Superbike racer Richard Cooper’s BMW S1000RR racebike was stolen mere hours after winning the 2011 British national Superstock title. Thieves reportedly broke into the Buildbase BMW race team’s truck after it returned to the team’s base in Leicestershire, England, from the series-clinching round at Britain’s Silverstone circuit. According to the team, thieves optained the keys to a van holding Cooper’s winning motorcycle and Superbike class racer John Laverty’s BMW S1000RR Superbike.
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