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A three-speed gearbox hung off the back of the engine, and expanding drum brakes were found on both ends. From the start, BMW refused to build a cheap motorcycle, and as a result the R2 was not bargain priced despite its reduced 1933 R2 Series 2/33 Engine Type: Single-cylinder Displacement: 198cc Years Produced: 1931–1936 Valve Configuration: Overhead valve Horsepower: 6 at 3,500 rpm Top Speed: 59 miles per hour Did You Know? The R2 was built to capitalize on a German law that exempted riders of motorcycles displacing less than 200cc from purchasing a motorcycle license or having to pay road taxes.

35 36 1935 R12 1935 R12 37 38 1938 Kompressor 1938 Kompressor Soon after BMW began building motorcycles, the company began to race them at sanctioned venues. The Bavarian machines proved to be worthy adversaries, and BMW racked up an impressive number of wins in a short period of time. This reign began in the latter part of the 1920s and continued into the early 1930s, when the competition fielded competitive machines and ended BMW’s dominance. This didn’t sit well with the factory, and steps were taken to return BMW to its former racing glory.

BMW created the R12 by adding a four-speed gearbox and telescopic front fork to the R11. These two upgrades improved the ride and handling to a high degree. 35 36 1935 R12 1935 R12 37 38 1938 Kompressor 1938 Kompressor Soon after BMW began building motorcycles, the company began to race them at sanctioned venues. The Bavarian machines proved to be worthy adversaries, and BMW racked up an impressive number of wins in a short period of time. This reign began in the latter part of the 1920s and continued into the early 1930s, when the competition fielded competitive machines and ended BMW’s dominance.

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