By Tom Roderick
Hyped up on residual adrenalin from the previous day’s track outing at the Circuito Monteblanco, and feeling a little light-headed after visiting the open bar in the captain’s lounge at Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport (one hour flight delay), I began typing my 2015 BMW S1000RR review. Oh, S1k double-R, how I love you, [...]
By Tom Roderick
The new water-cooled 2013 BMW R1200GS has been named “Best of the Best” in the Motorcycles, Adventure/Touring category of Robb Report’s recently released June issue. The 25th annual edition of Best of the Best is the guide to the world’s finest new automobiles, yachts, hotels, watches, wines and more. It features more than 175 award [...]
By: Byron Wilson
BMW Motorrad USA has announced pricing for five motorcycles from the 2015 and 2016 model year. The 2015 F800R, 2015 R1200R, 2015 S1000RR, 2016 R1200RS and 2016 S1000XR are all included in the press material distributed by BMW, with expectations for the 2015 models to arrive in dealers early next year. The 2016 [...]
They say: “More dynamic and more thrilling than ever.”
We say: “And easier to ride too.”
Earlier this year BMW introduced the RnineT , a classically styled machine that celebrates 90 years of Boxer-powered roadsters. Not long before that BMW launched the S1000R , a freakishly fast naked bike that represents the pinnacle of performance and technology [...]
The 2015 BMW R1200RS has also broken cover, in addition to the 2015 BMW R1200R roadster model.
Again using the now tried-and-true liquid-cooled boxer design, the BMW R1200RS makes an unsurprising 125hp (this should surprise no one who is familiar with BMW’s model lineup).
However, BMW is quick to note that the R1200RS makes a little bit [...]
This week’s Tech Tip is a nice juicy little diddy given to us from Robin. Robin is one of our longest tenured technicians. He is certified in BMW, Ducati, Triumph, MV Agusta, and holds master level certification in both BMW and Ducati. I asked Robin if he had any advice for our readers and he [...]
These past couple of weeks have been super busy here at Euro Cycles. Change of season always means different things for different people but for us it means changing clocks and changing inventory. While some of you start to think about the parts and accessories that may be coming out some of us are thinking [...]
Come on down to Euro Cycles of Tampa Bay on November 18th for the MotoQuest presentation sponsored by BMW Riders of Tampa Bay and meet Phil Freeman, founder of Alaska-based MotoQuest and talk riding Alaska. Phil has spent the past 14 years exploring every knook and cranny of the Last Frontier by two wheels. During the slideshow, [...]
The new BMW C Series Scooters have begun to arrive here at Euro Cycles of Tampa Bay. We started this week with three and are already down to two remaining, so you better hurry to come see the C600 Sport and the C650GT models before they are gone. Check out the BMW scooters on our inventory website by CLICKING HERE
Written by Eric Studer
Valerie Thompson, owner/driver of Valerie Thompson Racing (VTR), successfully returned to Wilmington Ohio to set new land speed records in two different motorcycle classes at the East Coast Timing Association’s (ECTA) Throttle Nation Top Speed Challenge event at Airborne Park.
Thompson recorded a top speed of 198.03 mph in the MPS/F 1000 class [...]
Following the BMW Group’s sustainability strategy, BMW Motorrad aspires to consistently pursue electromobility at this early stage, especially in the urban environment. In a similar way to BMW i in the automotive division of the BMW Group, BMW Motorrad’s accelerated development of single-track mobility likewise stands for visionary vehicle concepts and mobility services – as [...]
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Ducati Corse has been talking with both its riders, Andrea Dovizioso and Andrea Iannone, about their behavior on the track during the upcoming three Grand Prix rounds. Reportedly, the two Italian riders are to obey certain unwritten passing rules.
Ducati is trying to avoid any further lose-lose situations like the Argentinian GP when a mistake made by Iannone cost the team both the second and the third places on the podium. And the pill was even harder to swallow as the crash that deprived Ducati of a double podium occurred one turn before the race finish.
To avoid losing points, Ducati apparently devised a rule that stipulates that a rider who has been overtaken by his teammate must wait at least until the following lap before making a move. As crazy as this entire thing may sound, it was apparently confirmed by someone at Ducati Corse, if we are to believe sportrider. ... See MoreSee Less
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