At this point, mixing with crowds and meeting up with people are still not best of ideas. Taking a road trip on a super cool bike, however, is something you can totally do safely. Well, virus speaks, anyways. And taking a road trip on a super cool bike is what you can do with the …
With so many concepts that didn’t make it to production, you’d forgive us for not being a believer of the very futuristic BWM Motorrad Definition CE 04 Maxi-Scooter. As it turns out, BMW’s motorcycle division is following it through and making it real.
Kingston Custom, the custom motorcycle company behind the Rocketeer meet steampunk vibe Good Ghost custom BMW motorcycle, is back with a new custom BMW motorcycle.
Lets face it. Scooters aren’t the prettiest transportation on Earth. At least not until they started looking like the BMW Motorrad Definition CE-04. However, there is good news. If you ride a BMW C400X, hope of it actually look stunning is on the horizon.
This is BMW Motorrad Definition CE 04. It is an evolution of the first electric maxi-scooter BMW C evolution and the subsequent concept bike, Concept Link. We think it look like a life-size Playmobil motorcycle and we totally dig it. Like, a lot.
Hard to imagine this beautiful motorcycle was once a 1980 BMW R100 RS. I know right. It is so different. Named ‘Good Ghost’, this custom two-wheeler is the third of the Phantom series by Kingston Custom.
Roland Sands of Roland Sands Design had his hands in many BMW Motorcycles Concepts, but this might just be the most impressive yet. What you see here is the a custom BMW R 18 in drag bike guise, the BMW R 18 Dragster.
If you are going to get one BMW adventure motorcycle, you will want not just performance, but also awesome aesthetic. And good look is what the BMW F Series 40 Years GS Edition Motorcycles are about.
The BMW Motorrad‘s contender for the so-called “cruiser segment” is the new 2021 BMW R 18 motorcycle. It may not look as radical as the BMW Concept R 18, but man, it is oozing with some pretty serious retro vibes.
We know one day we will see an electric BMW two-wheeler and today was almost the day. The German motorcycle maker has brought out a prototype that feels more like a Frankenstein of its vehicles. So much so that we already imagined the engineer putting the final touches on the prototype, exclaiming “it’s alive!”