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BMW Motorrad Announces New Boxer Model


Rider Magazine Staff
November 13, 2012

At the big Milan, Italy show this week, BMW Motorrad President Stephan Schaller announced that BMW Motorrad will introduce a new model in 2013 with the air-cooled “boxer” engine as a special way of marking the company’s 90-year anniversary. The very first BMW motorcycle—the BMW R... Read more »

BMW Motorrad Presents A Special K 1300 S Model

BMW Motorrad is presenting the exclusive special model K 1300 S "30 Jahre K-Modelle" to mark the 30th anniversary of the BMW Motorrad K series.

Press Release
October 26, 2012

At the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan, Italy (November 15-18, 2012), BMW Motorrad is presenting the exclusive special model K 1300 S “30 Jahre K-Modelle” to mark the 30th anniversary of the BMW Motorrad K series. It was in 1983 that BMW Motorrad launched the K 100, the first ever BMW fitted... Read more »

BMW Unveils All-new, Liquid-cooled R 1200 GS

BMW R 1200 GS

Greg Drevenstedt
October 2, 2012

The wait is over. After years of hand-wringing by the Bavarian faithful, months of rampant speculation and numerous leaked spy shots, the all-new BMW R 1200 GS has been officially unveiled at the International Motorcycle, Scooter and Bicycle Fair—better known as Intermot—in Cologne, Germany. It has... Read more »

Ridden & Rated: 2012 BMW R 1200 RT

Extensively updated for 2010, the R 1200 RT has a more powerful engine, sleeker styling and improvements to its optional ESA and audio.

Greg Drevenstedt
September 7, 2012

My, how time flies. Our last full test of a BMW R 1200 RT was back in August 2005, when you could still get money for nothin’ and mortgages for free. And an RT hasn’t ridden through the pages of Rider since July 2008, when we compared it to the Moto Guzzi Norge 1200—right about the time gas prices... Read more »

RawHyde to Offer 30 Free Motorcycle Riding Clinics

RawHyde Adventures

Press Release
May 3, 2012

RawHyde Adventures will be offering 30 free riding clinics at BMW dealerships around the country in 2012. The goal of these clinics is to provide new riders with a basic tool box of off-road riding skills to make them comfortable off road, but its also a great chance for veteran riders to get a quick... Read more »

2011 BMW G 650 GS Road Test


Greg Drevenstedt
November 25, 2011

When I started working at Rider a few years ago, a friend of mine asked, “Now that riding is work, what will you do for fun?” I scoffed at the suggestion that motorcycling would ever feel like work, but my friend’s comment proved to have merit. Since I ride and write about motorcycles 9-to-5, my... Read more »

2012 BMW K 1600 GT vs. 2011 Kawasaki Concours 14 Road Test

BMW K1600GT vs Kawasaki Concours

Rider Magazine
November 22, 2011

photography by Kevin Wing [This 2012 BMW K 1600 GT vs. 2011 Kawasaki Concours 14 Road Test was originally published in the December 2011 issue of Rider magazine] Concours: Helmet: Shoei Qwest / Jacket: Tourmaster Jett 3 / Pants: Tourmaster Flex / Boots: Forma. BMW: Helmet: Arai Signet-Q / Jacket:... Read more »

2012 BMW G 650 GS Sertão – First Look

2012 BMW G 650 GS Sertão

Mark Tuttle
October 20, 2011

In much the same way BMW produced a more offroad worthy (and subsequently very popular) F 650 GS twin with its F 650 GS Dakar, now the German company has announced it will offer a “dirtier” version of its entry-level G 650 GS single called the G 650 GS Sertão. Named after a desert in northern... Read more »

2011 BMW R1200R Road Test

2011 BMW R1200R right side action

Mark Tuttle
October 6, 2011

photography by Kevin Wing Helmet: Shoei Qwest / Jacket & Pants: Rev’It Cayenne Pro / Boots: Forma / Seatbag: Wolfman BMW calls the updated 2011 R 1200 R model tested here a “roadster,” which I have to admit is much cooler sounding than “standard” or “naked” bike. None of those terms... Read more »

Decisions, Decisions

My 1975 Honda CB750 is the risky choice, but after all, it is a Honda.

Jim Hale
September 29, 2011

The calendar says the autumn equinox was last Friday, and summer is certainly drawing to a close here in South Georgia. Muggy mornings have turned crisp, with temperatures dropping into the upper 50s. The midday heat still hovers around 85 degrees on most days, but everyone who has experienced at least... Read more »

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