A technology which made motorcycle headlines not too long ago is being featured in BMW’s latest apparel line, an advanced airbag system built into a riding jacket.
Bikers wanting to lay down their hard-earned money for a new motorcycle would think dealerships would trip over themselves to help. A new survey finds it really depends on the motorcycle brand.
It’s the small things that can cause big problems. Case in point BMW’s recall of certain R nine T motorcycles because of partially obscured lights.
The riding world is quickly approaching that time when all the two-wheeled focus looks to Europe for cutting edge technology and more information on new models. BMW prepares for its very own homefield advantage!
For motorcycle enthusiasts who’ve been drawn to the classic lines of BMW’s R nineT Scrambler, waiting for the final price as well as availability has been a test of patience. That test ends this month.
The legendary rally in Sturgis may be over, the efforts to bring equally historic motorcycles to its exhibits is a year-round effort by the town’s two-wheeled museum.
If motorcycle enthusiasts feel the hairs rising on the back of their biker necks, it could have something to do with two-wheeled history being made. Essentially, it’s a case of legends creating legends.
Some would say it's the riders in our two-wheeled world that make it such an interesting place, not necessarily the motorcycles themselves. This thought is highlighted by renowned photographer Micheal Martin.
With the adventure segment of riding becoming more popular in the motorcycle world, BMW Motorrad frees bikers with new, flexible and robust luggage for that next trip to nowhere.