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BMW C400 X Rider's Manual
BMW C400 X Rider's Manual
BMW C400 X Rider's Manual.pdf
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BMW F750 GS Rider's Manual
BMW F750 GS Rider's Manual
BMW F750 GS Rider's Manual.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.5 MB
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BMW F900 XR Rider's Manual
BMW F900 XR Rider's Manual
BMW F900 XR Rider's Manual.pdf
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BMW G450 X Rider's Manual
BMW G450 X Rider's Manual
BMW G450 X Rider's Manual.pdf
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BMW K1300 GT Rider's Manual
BMW K1300 GT Rider's Manual
BMW K1300 GT Rider's Manual.pdf
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BMW R1200 GS Rider's Manual
BMW R1200 GS Rider's Manual
BMW R1200 GS Rider's Manual.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.7 MB
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BMW C600 GT Rider's Manual
BMW C600 GT Rider's Manual
BMW C600 GT Rider's Manual.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.3 MB
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BMW F850 GS Adventure Rider's Manual
BMW F850 GS Adventure Rider's Manual
BMW F850 GS Adventure Rider's Manual.pdf
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BMW G310 R Rider's Manual PT
BMW G310 R Rider's Manual PT
BMW G310 R Rider's Manual PT.pdf
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BMW G650 GS Rider's Manual
BMW G650 GS Rider's Manual
BMW G650 GS Rider's Manual.pdf
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BMW S1000 RR Rider's Manual
BMW S1000 RR Rider's Manual
BMW S1000 RR Rider's Manual.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.1 MB
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BMW R51 R61 R66 R71 Service Manual
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BMW_R51_R61_R66_R71_Service_Manual.pdf
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BMW R51-2 R51-3 R67-2 R67-3 R6 Repair Manual
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BMW S 1000 RR
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BMW F 800 R

History of BMW Motorrad

Some BMW Motorcycle Owner's & Service Manuals PDF are above the page - C440, C600, F750, F850, F900, G310, G450, G650, K1300, R1200, S1000, R51, R66, R67, R71.

 

The history of the legendary German manufacturer began in 1916 as a result of the merger of two smaller companies involved in aircraft engines, and already in 1923 the first motorcycle of the brand saw the light.

 

It laid down the concept that is still in use today: a two-cylinder boxer engine with a longitudinal arrangement and a cardan transmission were considered quite progressive solutions at that time.

 

In 1929, it was the BMW motorcycle that set the absolute world speed record, accelerating to 216 kilometers per hour.

 

Until the eighties, the motorcycle division of the company was actively developing, and produced various versions of its boxer cars, the most striking of which was the GS family.


But against the backdrop of the Japanese rivals that flooded the market, Bavarian motorcycles began to look like dinosaurs, which made BMW puzzled by the release of new families, first the legendary “K”, and then the equally successful “F”, later renamed G.

 

Today, BMW is one of the largest and most important motorcycle manufacturers, distinguished primarily by advanced technologies, innovations, and a high attention to comfort and safety.

 

And in response to the challenges of the time - the growth of Asian markets, and, as a result, competition with local manufacturers, the Bavarians opened a factory in India, where they began production of an affordable single-cylinder machine with a volume of 310 cm³.