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List of BMW Motorcycle Models

BMW 2012:
BMW K1300R
BMW K1300S HP
BMW R1200GS Rallye
BMW S1000RR
BMW G 650 GS Sertão
BMW R1200GS Adventure Triple Black
BMW K 1600 GT
BMW K 1600 GTL

BMW 2011:
BMW K 1600 GT
BMW G450X
BMW S 1000 RR
BMW K 1300 R
BMW HP2 Sport
BMW HP2 Megamoto
BMW R 1200 R Touring Special
BMW R1200GS Triple Black
BMW R 1200 R

BMW 2010:
BMW K 1300 R
BMW S 1000 RR
BMW R 1200 GS Adventure "30 Years GS"
BMW R 1200 GS Outdoor
BMW Motorrad Concept 6
BMW S 1000 RR Carbon Edition
BMW K1300S
BMW F650GS
BMW R1200GS
BMW F800R Chris Pfeiffer Edition
BMW G650GS
BMW R1200R Touring Edition
BMW F650GS "30 Years GS"
BMW F800GS "30 Years GS"
BMW F 1200 GS "30 Years GS"
BMW F 800 GS
BMW R 1200 RT
BMW F800R
BMW R 80 GS Paris Dakar
BMW K 1300 GT

BMW 2009:
BMW S1000RR
BMW K1200S
BMW Lo Rider Concept
BMW Lo Rider
BMW F 800 R
BMW K 1300 R
BMW K 1300 S

BMW 2008:
BMW S 1000 RR
BMW R 1200 GS
BMW R 1200 GS Adventure
BMW F 650 GS
BMW F 800 GS
BMW HP2 Sport
BMW F 800 R
BMW K 1200 R
BMW HP2 Megamoto
BMW K 1300 GT

BMW 2007:

BMW G 650 Xmoto
BMW F K 1200 R
BMW F G 650 Xchallenge
BMW F G650 Xcountry

BMW 2006:
BMW R 1200 GS Adventure
• BMW F R 1200 R
BMW F 800 ST
BMW K1200 GT
BMW F 800 S

BMW 2005:
BMW R 1200 RT Authorities
• BMW F R 1150 GS Adventure
BMW F K 1200 R Cup Machine
BMW F R 1200 S
• BMW F R 1200 TR
BMW R 1200 GS Adventure
BMW HP2 Enduro
BMW K1200S

BMW 2004:
BMW R 1200 C Montauk
BMW F 650 GS
BMW R 1200 GS
BMW K 1200 R
BMW R 1150 R
BMW F 650 CS
BMW F 650 GS Dakar
• BMW K 1200 S
BMW R 1100 S
• BMW R 1150 RS
BMW K 1200 LT
BMW R 1150 RT

BMW 2003:
BMW R 1150 R Rockster Edition 80

BMW 2002:
BMW R 1200 CL
BMW K 1200 GT

BMW 2001:
BMW R 1150 RT
BMW R 1150 RS
BMW K 1200 RS
BMW F 650 CS
BMW R1152 GS Adventure

BMW 2000:
BMW R 1200 C Classic
BMW R 1200 C Independence
BMW R 1150 R
• BMW C1 Bond Street


BMW Motorcycle

BMW Motorrad is the name given to the motorcycle business unit of the German company BMW, part of its Corporate and Brand Development division and its general director is Hendrik von Kuenheim. BMW Motorrad has produced motorcycles since 1923. Revenues for 2007 were €1,228 million.

The company began as an aircraft engine manufacturer in the early 20th century and through World War I. BMW manufactured its first motorcycle, the R32, in 1923. With the R32, BMW introduced the flat-twin boxer engine. BMW Motorrad still uses the flat-twin boxer engine configuration, but now manufactures motorcycles with a variety of engine configurations.

All BMW Motorrad's motorcycle production takes place at its plant in Berlin, Germany, although some engines are manufactured in Austria, China, and Taiwan.

BMW Motorrad produced 101,685 motorcycles in 2008, with the most popular model being the R1200GS. Current production includes a variety of shaft, chain, and belt driven models; engines from 450 cc to 1300 cc; and models designed for off-road, dual-purpose, sport, and touring activities.

In 2008, BMW introduced the DOHC Boxer HP2 Sport, and entered the serious off-road competition motorcycle market with the release of the BMW G450X motorcycle.

BMW Motorrad motorcycles are categorized into product families, and each family is assigned a different letter prefix. Current families are,

Current production

- F series – parallel-twin engines of 800 cc capacity, featuring either chain or belt drive. Models are F650GS, F800GS, F800R, F800S and F800ST.

- G series – single-cylinder engines of 450–650 cc capacity featuring chain drive. Models are G450X, G650GS (available in some markets), G650 Xmoto, G650 Xchallenge and G650 Xcountry. The 450 cc engines are manufactured by Kymco in Taiwan.[8] The 650 cc engines are manufactured by Loncin Holdings, Ltd in China.

- R series – twin-cylinder boxer engines of 1200 cc capacity featuring shaft drive. Models are R1200GS, R1200R, R1200RT and R1200S

- K series – four-cylinder engines of 1200–1300 cc capacity featuring shaft drive. Models are K1200LT, K1300GT, K1200R Sport, K1300R and K1300S. A three-cylinder version of the K series had been produced in the mid 1980's, including the K75, K75S and the K75T.


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