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BMW R100 Classic Bike Gallery

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1976 BMW R 100/7 1976 BMW R 100/7
  • Air cooled, four stroke, two cylinder horizontally opposed Boxer, 2 valves per cylinder
  • 117mph
  • 215kg
  • 60bhp @ 7000rpm
1977 BMW R 100CS BMW R 100CS
  • Air cooled, four stroke, two cylinder horizontally opposed Boxer, 2 valves per cylinder
  • 123mph
  • 49mpg
  • 5 speed
  • 70bhp @ 7000rpm
1978 BMW R 100T 1978 BMW R 100T
  • Air cooled, four stroke, two cylinder horizontally opposed Boxer, 2 valves per cylinder.
  • 126mph
  • 46mpg
  • 234kg
  • 70bhp @ 7250rpm
1981 BMW R 100CS 1981 BMW R 100CS The 980cc 1981 BMW R100CS is still an opposed Twin, still ohv with pushrods, still shaft-driven, retaining the original concept of the marque even though the design and execution have been refined and honed. It is expensive, selling for $6600, and it is very light, weighing 455 lb. with half a tank of gas.
1983 BMW R100CS BMW R100CS 1000cc, 70bhp.
1983 BMW R 100CS 1983 BMW R 100CS  
1984 BMW R100 1984 BMW R100  
1987 BMW R 100GS BMW R 80GS The R100GS is best used as a cross-country bike, sticking mainly to proper roads but taking the odd short cut and back road where necessary. Above all else, the bike is a lot of fun to ride; it is a functional, practical, rugged and reliable all-rounder. Recently, various BMW importers have released Paris-Dakar replica versions of the bike as a tribute to one of the world's most successful desert racers.
1988 BMW R 100GS Paris Dakar BMW R 100GS Paris Dakar  
1990 BMW R 100GS 1990 BMW R 100GS  

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