WRN is among the first to ride the all new BMW R 1300 GS and we are excited to share our impressions with you. All new, yet with familiar features, the motorcycle will certainly delight anyone looking for a peppy adventure bike with grit to handle off-road terrain, yet comfort to go the distance.
With its new R 18 B and Transcontinental, BMW is ready to compete with the two bikes at the top of the list of women’s favorite touring motorcycles, Harley-Davidson’s Street Glide and Road Glide.
Following the debut of the R 18 cruiser we reviewed last month, BMW Motorrad is adding the first iteration to this new series of motorcycles, the R 18 Classic. With standard features like a windshield, saddlebags, floorboards, cruise control, and LED driving lights, the Classic is ready to take you long distances.
BMW enters the cruiser market with its elegant 1800cc cruiser, R 18. Find out what editor Tricia Szulewski thinks about this big bike and learn why she believes this new heavyweight cruiser is a viable contender in a market dominated by American motorcycles.
With features like reverse assist, hill start control, and optional clutch, the K 1600 B makes it easy to ride a bagger.
What’s in a letter? That’s the challenge BMW set out to tackle. The BMW F 800 ST carried the company’s middleweight sport touring flag for six years, but after listening to ST owners—and wannabe ST owners who felt something was preventing them from pulling the trigger—BMW decided the bike needed more gran turismo (i.e., touring elements).