BMW's first motorcycle from 1923 featuring a 180-degree horizontally opposed twin engine, setting the standard for future models.
An improved successor to the R32 released in the 1930s, the R60 became BMW's best-selling pre-WWII motorcycle.
This sporty model from the 1960s was considered the fastest production motorcycle of its time, making it highly valued today.
With a top speed of 125 mph, the 1970s R90S was BMW's first production superbike and became an instant legend.
The aerodynamic 1976 R100RS was ahead of its time featuring a full fairing and electric starter, coveted now by collectors.
With its rad sci-fi movie styling, the late 1980s K1 stood out for its unique design and advanced technology.
Inspired by heritage models, the modern R NineT evokes retro styling that appeals to collectors.