BMW Motorrad bring the new F 900 R, F 900 XR and the updated S 1000 XR to light up the party at EICMA. [Read more…]
The 300-cc segment in India has been growing fast over the past few years and more manufacturers have entered this segment with some credible offerings. Let’s compare three promising naked bikes that are currently on sale in India.
AMW CFMoto have just launched four bikes in India, out of which the 300NK is the entry-level offering. The 300NK is the latest 300-cc motorcycle available in India, that released just a few months after the Honda CB300R. The BMW G 310 R is the most expensive offering in this segment. Here is a specification comparison sheet for you to decide which naked streetfighter suits your needs.
The 2019 BMW S 1000 RR was recently launched in India, and brings to the table more power, less weight and better electronics. BMW Motorrad spent the last four years developing this motorcycle from the ground up, and it is definitely a step up from the outgoing S 1000 RR. [Read more…]
BMW Motorrad give us a taste of an electrified future.
BMW is finally set to launch the new BMW S 1000 RR in India and we are eagerly awaiting its imminent arrival. The BMW S 1000 RR, as we know, is one of the most powerful litre-class superbikes that one can buy. But this isn’t the only bike vying for the top spot.
The BMW R18 concept was showcased at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este in Italy.
Nmoto’s Nostalgia Based on the Iconic BMW R7
Nmoto have used the BMW R nineT as the foundation and created a beautiful motorcycle called the Nostalgia.
German marque, BMW is all set to launch the 2019 BMW S 1000 RR on 25 June. The new generation of the BMW S 1000 RR is lighter and more powerful.
This minimalistic custom motorcycle, the Birdcage, created by Revival Cycles, showcases BMW Motorrad’s massive new 1,800-cc boxer twin that will do duty in a cruiser aimed squarely at Harley-Davidson’s market. [Read more…]
The GS brand is synonymous with adventure motorcycling and today BMW Motorrad have a formidable line-up in their Indian portfolio. [Read more…]