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2013 Bmw C 650 GT, New BMW Scooters are on the floor! - Conquer the city. Or get away from it. You have the choice: with the new BMW C 650 GT Maxi-Scooter you can put your plans into practice in supreme style. The power of the harmoniously tuned engine with 60 horsepower (44 kilowatt) is especially advantageous over longer distances. Here and in many other situations you will appreciate the easy handling and exceptional comfort of the C 650 GT. In the city the C 650 GT gives you a whole new sense of freedom and independence. From the chassis to the striking design, this Maxi-Scooter reveals its exceptional character in every facet: What is more, it provides the biggest storage volume in its class along with excellent wind and weather protection. The Maxi-Scooter puts in an impressive performance but still maintains a low level of fuel consumption. Clever details such as a parking brake integrated in the side stand, the electrically adjustable windshield and central locking will ensure you are fully convinced of the Maxi-Scooter's innovative power. The extensive range of options and accessories rounds off the overall image of this superior Maxi-Scooter. The new BMW C 650 GT - reinventing freedom.
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No matter where they go or what they do, it seems that people who are vertically challenged always get the ‘short’ end of the stick, pardon the pun. Historically, if a pint-sized person wanted to get into the hobby of motorcycling, their choices were limited to bikes like the Suzuki Marauder, Ninja 250 or HD Sportster (the thought alone makes my back hurt.) BMW Motorrad now has good news for riders who either need or simply prefer a lower seat height, but do not want to compromise on model choice. BMW is the first motorcycle manufacturer to launch a range of models that can be ordered from the factory with lowered suspension – to provide customers with low seat height options.Thu, 03 Jan 2013 00:00:00 -0800
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While some fortunate souls who live south of the Mason-Dixon line are able to ride their beloved beasts all year long, some are forced to put their hogs into hibernation by mother nature come winter time. Although most motorcyclists have little use for wintry weather, autumn is a truly beautiful time of year to ride. Granted, the days become shorter and the wind colder, but navigating your way through winding roads amid the vibrant colors of changing leaves is enough of a reward within itself.
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