The BMW R32 was the first motorcycle model in BMW's history. Although its components weren't new, its revolutionary design and architecture set new standards making motorcycle history.
Into the future with Muth. In 1973, the BMW R90 S machine created by designer Hans A. Muth shaped an entire new generation of motorbike. At 200 km/h one of the world’s fastest bikes, the BMW R90 S defined a state-of-the-art image for BMW Motorrad.
Free flowing power in perfect form. The BMW K1 was a sports machine that made it to 240 km/h thanks to fibre-glass reinforced casing. It was also the first BMW motorcycle with a 16 valve engine.