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BMW goes all in with the R18 platform.

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twowheeladdict:
https://www.motorious.com/articles/features-3/bmw-aims-harleys-heart/


I don't think Harley or Indian have to worry much. 

Scout63:

--- Quote from: twowheeladdict on August 03, 2021, 06:32:50 AM ---https://www.motorious.com/articles/features-3/bmw-aims-harleys-heart/


I don't think Harley or Indian have to worry much.

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If I were ever going to break the 600 pound mark it would be an Electroglide. Iíve owned airheads for almost 40 years but canít see buying a styling statement when I can get a gorgeous used version of the real thing for probably a little lot less money

aproud1:

--- Quote from: twowheeladdict on August 03, 2021, 06:32:50 AM ---I don't think Harley or Indian have to worry much.

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I really want to like it. I really do, but it just doesn't work for me. I wish them luck.

Mayor_of_BBQ:
It will never work, the jugs block that prime "feet straight out in front of you" riding style that harley lovers crave

sdcr:
Had a chance to these at Hermyís BMW Triumph this weekend. While they are a pretty interesting machine, I donít think I could ever buy one. Way to supersized for my taste.

The one thing that sticks in my mind, is the these massive jugs really do have a sideways inertia feel, when the throttle is turned. Iíve never really felt that before, with either Guzziís or airhead beemers.

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