1995 BMW R100R

While an entirely new generation of four-valve boxers was already on the market, BMW completed the production of the 'old-style' two-cylinder with three Classic models. These were the R100RT Classic, the R100GS Classic and the R100R Classic. The latter had the traditional black-and-white-stripe color scheme, wire wheels and a valve cover as in the 60s. But behind this retro styling there was much more, because the R100R stood for just about the ultimate version of the traditional boxer: based on the R100GS and its 40mm carburetors, Showa suspension, Brembo calipers, floating brake discs and 17/18 "wheels.

This R100R Classic is almost in new condition. With 2 owners, this copy only has 9960 km on the clock. You rarely find that.