Bavarian Motor Works began producing high-class motorcycles in 1923 – with the model R32 (the foundation of all future boxer-powered BMW bikes). In 1937, Ernest Henne set a world record that stood for 14 years on a supercharged 500cc BMW. By the end of the Second World War, BMW was in tatters: it’s Munich plant in ruins and it’s East German Eisenacher facility on the brink of collapse. Production began again from scratch in 1947 with both sites merging in production by 1952. Over the years BMW has established itself as the go to for high performance, high end motorbikes with a loyal, devoted following.

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