Right from the outset, a harmonious integration into the overall appearance of the vehicle is in focus, meaning all parts are perfectly integrated into the vehicle concept of the R nineT family, as well as the K 1600 GT/GTL and the R 1200 RT, giving the motorcycle a consistent and exclusive appearance.

The interplay between long-standing development skills from BMW Motorrad and the interaction of complex production processes connected with tradition-steeped craftsmanship facilitate a new level of significance and exclusivity. In our configurator, you can make your bike even more your own at the highest level with special equipment, special scopes and optional accessories, and have it assembled by precisely those who know your BMW motorcycle the best. By us.

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Spezial colours

The new Spezial colours allow you to give your bike a special glow. Ultra-modern paint technology paired with affectionate details make your machine the highlight on the road. Thanks to the tradition-steeped hand ruling or hand-brushed aluminium tanks, every bike becomes a unique one. And best of all – the Spezial colours perfectly match all BMW Motorrad Spezial special equipment.

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Option 719

Option 719 gives you a part of true BMW Motorrad history. This number has always been used in our Berlin works for custom-made products. Under Option 719, you will find formative special equipment like exclusive milled part sets or high-quality forged wheels, which you can order as an ex works option. But also optional accessories to make your bike stand out on any road.

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HP Parts

High-performance – a statement for all those searching for the absolute maximum. High-quality parts made of carbon, titanium and aluminium make every motorcycle into a unique one. First-class and performance-enhancing components give your machine individuality and extravagance. And ensure the decisive hundredth.

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Machined Parts

If you already own a BMW Motorrad and want to  give it the finishing touches yourself, you can customise it with the Machined Parts designed by Roland Sands.

 

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#IAMSPEZIAL

Every biker is different. In terms of character, ambitions, and the reason we want to ride motorcycles in the first place. And quite simply in terms of our appearance as well. We are all unique. We are not clones. There is only one of every one of us. So why should we all ride the same motorcycle? BMW Motorrad Spezial allows you to put your character out onto the road.

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Always on the road.

Always on the road.

Hing Yeung rides 12 bikes.

On your marks, get set for adventure, go: If Hing had his way, he'd always be on the road. Travel, travel and more travel. On one of his 12 motorcycles. It's no surprise: Hing is at home everywhere, always open to the world. Born in Hong Kong and raised in the Netherlands, he now lives and works in Long Beach, California.    

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Mum shares her story.

Mum shares her story.

Jennifer McCann gets a kick out of riding.

Jennifer had had enough. Always taking the back seat on a motorbike is not her style. She is a woman of action. She does things her way. A few years ago, she spontaneously learned to drive so that she could ride her own bike any time she felt like taking off. She wants time for herself – completely alone. To escape from phones, technology and work.

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The man of many miles.

The man of many miles.

Brian Tinkler rides a lot.

Posers. Brian doesn't have much time for those kinds of bikers. "Too much affectation if you ask me", says the 60-year-old retiree from southern California. He doesn't show off his riding skills, and he doesn't need to boast about his abilities. Brian doesn't talk about riding at all. He just does it. "The ride is all that matters", he says. Preferably a fast ride.

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No old fogey.

No old fogey.

Kelsey Coppetti loves the wind and freedom of riding.

It started with the realisation. Kelsey was still living in San Francisco when she noticed that more and more women were riding motorcycles. Gone is the time when only men cruised through the city on two wheels. Why hadn't she of all people bought a bike yet? The thought of buying a motorcycle wouldn't leave her alone.

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Like greased lightning.

Like greased lightning.

Nick Huber is a speed demon.

His babies are BMW classic bikes. He always finds the time to cruise. He stops off at a small restaurant, parks his bike in front of the window and eats a burger while longingly gazing at his companion. But Nick also likes it fast and has enjoyed the thrill of speed on many a motorcycle. His friends don't call him "Blitzen" for no reason. "I'm a speed demon," he admits.

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