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Video: Stunting a BMW S1000RR

Dan Aspel, 16 September 2010 17:01

Want to see someone stunt an S1000RR? Get past the bizarre intro [what the hell is an R1000S…?] and you’ll see some pretty tricksy riding.  

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BMW hunt for most-travelled GS

Dan Aspel, 25 June 2010 10:13

Know any mega-mile BMW GSs? Has your bike gone right round the clock? If so you could win a prize at next month’s BMW Motorrad Days in the Bavarian town of Garmisch-Partenkirche. BMW’s annual motorcycling festival is this year celebrating the 30th anniversary of the GS by awarding prizes to the oldest, furthest ridden and most innovatively customised GS bikes ...

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Video: Chris Pfeiffer rides through the BMW Tower

Chris Newbigging, 08 September 2009 13:11

BMW has released this video of factory-backed stunt champion Chris Pfeiffer riding an F800R through it's office in Munich! Pfeiffer rode his stunt bike through the offices right up to the roof of the BMW Viercylinder building - see the video here:  

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First pictures of S1000RR in race team colours

Marc Potter, 07 August 2009 08:06

These are the first pictures of BMW’s official new S1000RR in race team colours.The new bike is the exact replica of the one raced by Troy Corser and Ruben Xaus in the  World Superbike championship. This bike is the top-spec model in the S1000RR's line-up. Expect to see three options available, a standard bike, a model with the full electronics package ...

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BMW mark half-millionth GS with special edition R1200

Guy Procter, 15 May 2009 08:49

BMW has made an incredible 500,000 GS-badged motorcycles since the original R80G/S in 1980. To celebrate it's launching a special edition of the R1200GS featuring a suite of tasty extras at a bargain price. The mods include higher, smoked screen, two-tone seat, black wheels and aluminium cylinder head guards, which together make it look more storm-trooperish than ever. Fans of the ...

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The history of BMW's wonky headlights

Chris Newbigging, 27 March 2009 11:41

New spy shots have shown that BMW’s S1000RR will continue the firm’s proud tradition of asymmetrical headlights.  The shots show that the right-hand side headlight is smaller than the left and kidney shaped, housing only one projector light. See the BMW S1000RR spy shots BMW has been producing bikes with wonky headlights since the BMW R1100S in 1999, so we celebrate 10 ...

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BMW S1000RR road bike revealed

MCN, 04 February 2009 10:47

BMW has finally released pictures of the finished S1000RR superbike along with some tantalising technical details including 175bhp, 183kg dry weight, ABS, traction control and a high-tech camshaft. Information and pictures have been released as a result of the bike passing FIM race homolgation yesterday allowing it to race in World Superbikes. The package of this completely newly developed motorcycle ...

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Poll: Should BMW build the Lo-Rider?

Chris Newbigging, 12 November 2008 16:22

BMW is looking for feedback on the Lo-Rider concept revealed at the Milan Show last week, so MCN has setup an online poll to see what you think. BMWs for sale The motorcycle is based on BMW’s 1170cc boxer engine and uses parts already used in the BMW range with a funky, minimalist style. The concept is also designed to be ...

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BMW S1000RR revealed in road-trim

Chris Newbigging, 28 October 2008 13:47

BMW’s S1000RR superbike has broken cover in finished form testing at Albacete. The pictures show a near production ready machine complete with final trim details and parts like indicators, number plate hanger and the final exhaust design. ABS is also evident (the sensor ring can be seen on the left brake disc), and overhead shots show the BMW has a multi-function ...

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Council get motorcycles to maintain roads

Liam Marsden, 16 January 2008 16:27

Worcestershire County Council have started using BMW R1200GS motorcycles to respond quickly to minor defects on the roads, such as potholes. Highways Liaison Officers Steve Murch said, “We look after 2,500 miles of roads and 1,800 miles of footways around the county, which involves checking them on an ongoing basis. “Trying to get a standard vehicle through a busy town ...

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