About BMW

BMW is one of the world's best-known brands and Forbes named it as the world's most reputable company in 2012. It is widely renowned for its manufacturing quality and the performance of its products. In 2015, the company sold a massive 1,905,234 BMWs, 338,466 Minis, 3,785 Rolls Royces, and 136,963 motorcycles.

BMWs first successful motorcycle was the 1923 R32; during world war II, it produced the BMW R75 with an attached sidecar. The K Series arrived in 1982 and the F series and G series followed shortly after.

Towards the end of the 1980s, the company launched anti-lock brakes on its production bikes and the generation of brakes used from 2006 paved the way for the arrival of anti-skid technology or electronic stability control for 2007 models. BMW has also been a suspension design innovator. It started using telescopic front suspension a long time before most manufacturers and then changed to the Earles fork system. The company also became a leader in the use of Telever design at the start of the 1990s.

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BMW Motorcycle Tyres

The correct tyres can substantially increase the performance of a BMW motorcycle and, fortunately, these are readily available from Protyre. BMW motorcycle tyres are available at more than 30 of our garages and these are accompanied by the professional teams needed to offer clients all the advice and fitting expertise required.
 

Popular BMW Motorcycles

BMWs first successful motorcycle was the 1923 R32. Towards the end of the 1980s, the company launched anti-lock brakes on its production bikes and the generation of brakes used from 2006 paved the way for the arrival of anti-skid technology or electronic stability control for 2007 models. BMW has also been a suspension design innovator, using telescopic front suspension a long time before most manufacturers before changing to the Earles fork system. The company also became a leader in the use of Telever design at the start of the 1990s. Below is a selection of the most popular BMW motorcycle models, click on one of the buttons to view tyre options:
 
 

BMW R1200GS

The BMW R1200GS is one of BMW Motorrad’s top-selling models. It has a two-cylinder, boxer engine that consists of four valves per cylinder and is in the BMW GS family of dual sport motorcycles.
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BMW R1200R

A replacement for the R1150R, this standard edition motorcycle first released in 2006, boasting a weight reduction of 25kg and an increase in power by 28% in comparison to its predecessor. Models from 2015 include an air/liquid-cooled, four-stroke, flat twin engine.
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BMW S1000R

Released in 2014, the BMW S1000R is a naked bike motorcycle 2014 that’s largely modelled on the S1000RR superbike that shares its engine, suspension, gearbox and frame.
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BMW S1000RR

The S1000RR is a sport bike originally designed for competitive racing in the Superbike World Championship but since 2010 has been commercially produced. Powered by a 999cc engine, the S1000RR also has an anti-lock braking system.
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BMW 1000 HP4

The HP4 1000 is BMW’s road version of one of its high performing superbikes and it doesn’t disappoint. With lighter wheels for greater suspension performance, better acceleration and braking and superbly responsive handling, this is a dynamic ride.
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BMW 1200 HP2 180

The BMW HP2 range of motorcycles were manufactured between 2005 and 2012 and introduced three classic models; the Enduro, the Megamoto and the last in the range, the Sport.
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BMW C 600 Evolution

Combining agility, dynamics and sustainability, the new BMW C 600 Evolution model is a powerful, fully-electric motorcycle which allows you to leave noise, exhaust gases and traffic behind.
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BMW C1 125

BMW is famed for its range of powerful, state of the art motorbikes, with a focus on innovative aerodynamics and high-speed capabilities. However, it was also the first bike manufacturer to produce a bike with enhanced safety in the form of a roof.
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BMW 600 Sport & 650 GT

The BMW C600 Sport and C650GT are maxi-scooters produced by BMW Motorrad. They are the company's first scooters in a number of years and have a top speed of 109 mph, with 60 bhp. The maxi-scooters have been produced since 2012.
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BMW F650CS

The BMW F650CS is a standard motorcycle made by BMW Motorrad from 2001 to 2005. CS stood for city/street, as it was aimed at urban commuters and it was also known as the Scarver, a portmanteau of street and carver.
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BMW F 700 GS

The BMW F 700 GS was unveiled in 2012 at the BMW Motorrad Days in Garmisch-Partenkirchen and replaced the BMW F 650 GS in 2013. The machine was manufactured in the BMW motorcycle factory in Berlin-Spandau.
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BMW F 800 GS

The BMW F 800 GS Adventure is an off-road motorcycle of the German vehicle manufacturer BMW. The motorcycle was first released on 14 June 2013. The motorcycle has a top speed of 193 kmph.
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BMW F800S

The F800S was a sport bike made by BMW Motorrad from 2006 to 2010. Along with the F800S, other bikes in the F-bike range are the dual-sport F800GS, the sport touring F800ST, and the naked F800R
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BMW F800ST

The BMW F800ST is a sport touring motorcycle, made by BMW Motorrad from 2006 to 2013. Along with the closely related BMW F800S, other bikes in the F-bike range are the dual-sport F800GS, and the F800R.
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BMW G310R

The BMW G310R is a standard or naked motorcycle developed by BMW Motorrad in collaboration with TVS Motor Company. It marks BMW's first modern sub-500 cc bike. It was shown in November 2015, and BMW said sales will begin in 2018.
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BMW G650GS

The BMW G650GS and G650 Sertão are motorcycles manufactured by BMW Motorrad, part of the BMW group. In late 2008, BMW relaunched the original single-cylinder F650GS under the new name G650GS.
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BMW K1200GT

The BMW K1200GT is a sport-touring motorcycle made by BMW. The second-generation K1200GT, introduced in 2006, uses essentially the same inline-4 engine as the BMW K1200S sportbike, which held the world speed record in 2005 for its class at 279.33 km/h (173.57 mph) and the K1200R.
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BMW K1300GT

The BMW K 1300 GT is a fully clad motorbike produced by German vehicle manufacturer BMW AG. The Sport Tourer was presented on October 7, 2008 at the two-wheeler fair Intermot in Cologne.
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BMW K1600GT

The BMW K1600GT, K1600GTL, K1600B are motorcycles manufactured by BMW Motorrad. The former two were announced in July 2010 and unveiled at the Intermot motorcycle show in Cologne in October 2010 and went on sale in March 2011.
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BMW R65

The BMW R65 was a light touring motorcycle introduced by BMW in 1978 to add a mid-size motorcycle to its product line.
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BMW R80 GS

The BMW R80 GS is a motorcycle that was manufactured in Berlin, Germany, by BMW Motorrad from 1980 to 1987. It was the first in the BMW GS family of specialised dual-sport bikes, of which over 500,000 have been produced. The motorcycle has a top speed of 104mph and a five-speed gear box.
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BMW R1100GS

The BMW R1100GS is a dual-sport motorcycle that was launched in 1993, and manufactured from 1994 to 1999 by BMW Motorrad in Berlin, Germany. The motorcycle has a top speed of 121 mph and a five-speed gear box.
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BMW R1150GS

The BMW R1150GS and R1150GS Adventure are motorcycles that were manufactured by BMW Motorrad from 1999 through 2004. There was a limited run of 2006 model year R1150GSA models as well.
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BMW R1200C

The BMW R1200C was a cruiser motorcycle manufactured by BMW Motorrad from 1997 to 2004. BMW manufactured 40,218 units, including a smaller engine version, the R850C, which was produced from 1997 to 2000.
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