The full-sized touring market has three new mega-motorcycles introduced for this riding season. Here’s how they stack up against each other on the spec sheets.
We’d expect this battery tech to trickle down to the two-wheeler segment, with battery bikes joining the C Evolution electric scooter in BMW’s lineup.
BMW is flying 25 women to South Africa to compete; three women will win a spot on the all-female team for the Mongolian event next June.
New BMW-branded jackets, gloves, gear, boots, etc., will be hitting the market in the next few months, keeping you dry, warm and safe while you ride.
BMW has given its middleweight adventure bike a significant update, with a street-biased model and a more dirtworthy machine.
Fancy a smaller Beemer step-through? BMW is bringing the C400X to Canada next spring, with pricing to be announced soon.
BMW’s new mega-tourer is built for the American market, with foot-forward riding position, lots of cushy seating, and massive wind protection.
The vertical twin will debut at the EICMA show next week in Milan; there’s no word yet on who’s manufacturing the engine.
We’re expecting replacements for the F800 series, and maybe something K1600-related, but the other stuff is all a mystery for now.
Yamaha, Honda also exhibit prototypes with V2V safety technology at conference last week.