Here the name list of BMW motorcycle/motorbike series.
The BMW 247 engine is an air-cooled flat-twin motorcycle engine with two valves per cylinder, also known as the "airhead" boxer.
The BMW C1 is an enclosed scooter manufactured by Bertone for BMW. It was described by at least one publication as a feet-forward machine.
The BMW C600 Sport and C650GT are maxi-scooters produced by BMW Motorrad. They are the company's first scooter since the C1, which was manufactured by Bertone.
The BMW F650 is a family of motorcycles that was produced by BMW Motorrad beginning in 1993. Models include the F650ST Strada, F650 Funduro, F650CS Scarver, F650GS, and F650GS Dakar.
The BMW F650CS was a standard motorcycle made by BMW Motorrad from 2001 to 2005. The F650CS was designed by American David Robb, Vice President of BMW Motorrad Design from 1993 to 2012. 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. The CS was the third generation in the F650 single series, after the 1993–2001 F650, and 2000–7 F650GS. It was known for its offbeat styling intended to attract new motorcycli
The BMW F800GT is a sport touring motorcycle manufactured by BMW Motorrad since 2013. It is the successor to the F800ST, and joins the F-series range which includes the dual-sport F800GS and F700GS, and the naked F800R.
The BMW F800R is a naked motorcycle introduced by BMW Motorrad in 2009. The F-series also includes the F800S (discontinued), the dual-sport F800GS & F650GS, and the sport touring F800ST, which was replaced by the F800GT in 2013.
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.
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 naked F800R.
The BMW G650GS and G650 Sertão are motorcycles manufactured by BMW Motorrad, part of the BMW group.
The BMW G650X was a series of motorcycles produced from 2006 to 2009. The three models were: the G650 Xchallenge, the G650 Xmoto, and the G650 Xcountry.
The BMW GS series of dual purpose off-road/on-road BMW motorcycles have been produced from 1980, when the R80G/S was launched, to the present day.
The HP2 Enduro is a motorcycle manufactured by BMW Motorrad from 2005 to 2008. It is a "High Performance" (HP) dirt bike based on the engine and electronics from the R1200GS adventure-touring model.
The BMW HP2 Sport is a boxer-engined sports motorcycle produced by BMW Motorrad from 2008 to 2012. It is is the successor to the BMW R1200S.
The BMW K1 is a motorcycle that was designed by BMW as a high-speed sports-tourer, designed to change the motorcycle media and buying public's mind of BMW as only a manufacturer of flat-twin tourers.
The BMW K100 is a family of four-cylinder 987 cc motorcycles that were manufactured by BMW from 1983 to 1992.
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.
The BMW K1200R is a naked supersport motorcycle manufactured between 2005 and 2008 by BMW Motorrad, producing a claimed 163 hp (122 kW) @ 10,250 rpm from its transverse-mounted 1,157 cc inline-four engine with torque of 94 lbf·ft (127 N·m) @ 8,250 rpm.
The BMW K1200RS is a sport-touring motorcycle made by BMW. The K200Rs is the last evolution of the BMW four-cylinder longitudinal engine, often referred to as the flying brick.
The BMW K1300R is a naked motorcycle launched at the end of 2008 to replace the K1200R as BMW's flagship urban motorcycle.
The BMW K1300S is a motorcycle introduced in October 2008 to replace the outgoing K1200S which had been in production since September 2004. The K1300S features an increase in engine capacity of 136cc over the K1200S, an increase in power to 175 hp (130 kW), newly styled fairings and a new exhaust system.
The BMW K1600GTL and K1600GT are motorcycles announced by BMW Motorrad in July 2010, and unveiled at the Intermot motorcycle show in Cologne in October 2010. The bikes went on sale in March 2011.
The BMW R nineT is a standard motorcycle introduced by BMW Motorrad in 2014. It is a retro styled roadster intended as a "blank canvas for customizing".
The R100S is a two-cylinder four-stroke air-cooled boxer engine motorcycle built by BMW Motorrad, from 1976 to 1980.
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 BMW R1100RS was a sports tourer motorcycle manufactured by BMW Motorrad between 1993 and 2001, and was the first BMW motorcycle to use the new R259 "Oilhead" boxer engine.
The R1100RT is a BMW touring motorcycle with a twin-cylinder boxer engine. It was built from 1996 to 2001 in the BMW Berlin plant in Spandau, together with several sister models of similar design, including the R1100R and R1100RS, with almost identical engines but different trim and chassis details.
The BMW R1100S is a sports motorcycle that was manufactured by BMW Motorrad between 1999 and 2005. Introduced some 25 years after the R90S, the company's first sports bike, the R1100S was the first BMW bike having clip-on handlebars, rearset footrests and a removable cowl to cover the pillion seat.
The BMW R1150GS and R1150GS Adventure are motorcycles that were manufactured by BMW Motorrad between 1999 and 2005. The R1150GS models are part of the BMW GS family of dual-sport adventure motorcycles that have been produced from 1981 to the present date.
The BMW R1150R is a standard motorcycle made by BMW Motorrad from 2001 to 2005. The R1150R was marketed as a road going motorcycle suited for general commuting as well as sports touring.
The BMW R12 is a pre-World War II motorcycle that was produced by the German car manufacturing company BMW.
R1200 may refer to any of the following motorcycles:
The BMW R1200C is 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.
The BMW R1200GS and R1200GS Adventure are motorcycles manufactured in Berlin, Germany by BMW Motorrad, part of the BMW group.
The BMW R1200R is a standard motorcycle introduced in 2006 by BMW Motorrad. It replaces the R1150R, compared with which it has a 55 lb (25 kg) weight saving and 28% increase in power.
The BMW R1200RT is a touring or sport touring motorcycle that was introduced in 2005 by BMW Motorrad to replace the R1150RT model.
The BMW R1200S is a sports motorcycle produced by BMW Motorrad from 2006 to 2007.
The BMW R1200ST is a sport touring motorcycle, which was introduced in 2005 by BMW Motorrad to replace the R1150RS model.
The BMW R2 was a 198 cc overhead valve single-cylinder motorcycle produced by BMW between 1931 and 1936, the smallest motorcycle ever produced by the firm.
The 247 cc BMW R27, introduced in 1960, is a shaft-driven, single-cylinder motorcycle manufactured by BMW.
The BMW R32 was the first motorcycle produced by BMW under the BMW name. An aircraft engine manufacturer during World War I, BMW was forced to diversify after the Treaty of Versailles banned the German air force and German aircraft manufacture.
The BMW R51/3 was BMW's second post-World War II 500 cc motorcycle, following the briefly produced R51/2. It featured a flat-twin engine and exposed drive shaft.
The R60 and R60/2 are 600 cc boxer-twin that were manufactured from 1956 to 1969 in Munich, Germany, by BMW.
The BMW R65 was a light touring motorcycle introduced by BMW in 1978 to add a mid-size motorcycle to its product line.
The BMW R68 is a 594 cc (36.2 cu in) sport version of the pre-1955 BMW motorcycles. A total of 1,452 models were manufactured from 1952 to 1954, making it one of BMW's rarest production motorcycles.
The R69S, R69US, and R69 are motorcycles, fitted with 594 cc boxer twin engines, that were manufactured by BMW in Munich, Germany.
For the 1970s 750 cc motorcycle see BMW R75/5
The BMW R80G/S is a motorcycle manufactured in Berlin, Germany, by BMW Motorrad from 1980 to 1987. Production totalled 21,864 bikes.
The BMW R90S is a 900cc sport motorcycle produced by BMW from 1973 to 1976. BMW commissioned designer Hans Muth to oversee the R90S, which became the flagship of the boxer engined "/6" range.
The BMW S1000R is a naked bike motorcycle manufactured by BMW Motorrad from 2014. It is based heavily upon the BMW S1000RR with which it shares its engine, gearbox, frame and suspension.
The BMW S1000RR is a sport bike initially made by BMW Motorrad to compete in the 2009 Superbike World Championship, that is now in commercial production.
BMW Type 255 Kompressor (also known as the 500 Kompressor, RS 255, RS255 and Type 255 RS 500) was a supercharged boxer twin race motorcycle from the 1930s.
The BMW WR 750 was a supercharged racing motorcycle from BMW with two-cylinder, four-stroke flat twin engine starting production in the year 1929.