BMW R11100R (1994-95)

The BMW R11100R motorcycle was introduced in 1994 and produced until 1995. It was designed as an all-around bike for riders who enjoy long distance touring, commuting, or even sport riding.

The bike was powered by an air/oil-cooled, four-stroke, fuel-injected, 1,085cc boxer engine that produced 90 horsepower and 72 lb-ft of torque. The engine was paired with a five-speed transmission and shaft drive, providing smooth acceleration and a low-maintenance system.

The R11100R had a classic BMW look, with its signature boxer engine, spoked wheels, and a single-sided swingarm. The bike was equipped with a telescoping fork in the front and paralever suspension in the rear, providing comfortable handling and a smooth ride. It also featured a dual front disc brake system and a single rear disc brake, providing ample stopping power.

The bike’s ergonomics were designed for long-distance comfort, with a relaxed riding position, wide handlebars, and a comfortable seat. The bike also featured a windscreen that could be adjusted to three different positions, providing riders with a customized wind protection.

Overall, the BMW R11100R was a well-rounded motorcycle that offered a balance of performance, comfort, and style. While it may not have been as sporty as some of its competitors, its reliability and durability made it a popular choice for touring riders. Today, the R11100R is a classic bike that is still appreciated by collectors and riders who value its timeless design and performance.

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