1970 Bmw R-series on ns1.2040-motos
BMW R-Series description
Restored 1970 BMW R75/5. 750cc Short wheel base. Ready to ride, needs nothing.
Here is a list I have kept of the repairs & prices. It gives an idea of what has been replaced/fixed/upgraded.
Front Fender: $60.00
Back Rest: $100.00
New Tires less than 100 miles $228.00
New Turn Sign Switches $168.00
New Corbin Seat with white pinstriping over $400.00
Frame powder coated $250.00
New Gel Battery $100.00
2014 Chevy Camaro Orange Paint: $300
New After Market Exhaust Kit $340.00
Collector Registration $124.75
Stainless Steel Bolt Kit $150.00
Engine Repair, Rod Bearings, Rings, Gaskets, Seals $200.00
Electronic Dyna Ignition(nice upgrade from points) $197.00
Headlight mounts $ 130.00
Headlight lens $60.00
Fork Brace $59.50
Aluminum Original turn signals: $167.00
...and much more!
This bike has been a project of mine for about 4 years now. It has about 500 miles on it since it has been completed.
BMW R-Series for Sale
Moto blogSat, 01 Nov 2008 00:00:00 -0700
KTM introduced its prototype electric motorcycle earlier this week, and electric bike manufacturer Zero Motorcycles almost immediately responded by opening sales on its 2009 Zero X dirt bike (look for our review of the 2008 model next week!). But these two companies aren’t the only ones exploring the possibilities of electric-powered motorcycles. In September, Japan’s largest industrial information journal Nikkei Business Daily reported that both Honda and Yamaha have set target dates for launching their own electric-powered motorcycles.Wed, 23 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700
BMW is entering the scooter market this year with its C600 Sport and C650 GT maxi-scooters, but the German manufacturer almost entered the scooter segment nearly 60 years earlier. In the 1950s, BMW produced a pair of scooter prototypes it called the R10. The first prototype produced in 1953 was equipped with a 175cc Single producing about 8hp while the 1954 prototype (pictured above) was equipped with a 200cc producing about 10hp.Mon, 23 Nov 2009 00:00:00 -0800
BMW introduced an inline six-cylinder café racer concept at the 2009 EICMA show in Milan, Italy. Inline-six engines have a staple in BMW’s automobiles for decades and the German manufacturer’s motorcycle division took on the challenge of adapting the straight-six to a bike without making it too long or too wide. The result is the BMW Motorrad Concept 6, and an evolution BMW says “will further expand the K-Series in the foreseeable future”.
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