Issue #6 of the BMW Motorcycle Magazine. Featuring the S1000RR, R1200RT, Concept 6, C1-E, Water-Cooled Boxer Engine, Leslie Porterfield and more. First issue published in the United States and edited by Sandy Cohen.
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Road Test: Bike of champions!
Technology: What makes it superior and who supplied it
Engine: Stronger than the rest comparison
Mechatronics: A probe into the nervous system
Road Test: Refining the classic tourer
Air Cooled: Boxer/airplane transplant
Race 61: Pre-1961 drag racing & rock ’n roll event
The Water-Cooled Boxer: The next generation is coming!
Interview: Dr. Christian Landerl, Director of Development for BMW Motorcycles, says it’s no time to rest on our laurels
Concept 6: BMW’s 6-cylinder motorcycle future
C1-Electric: New urban green machine report
Captured in a Flash: Leslie Porterfield: Speed racer meets the superbike S1000RR in BMW’s super “Wind Kanal”
Cool as Carbon: High-tech fiber sizzles on the S1000RR
Racing: World Superbike Championship, Winter Riding, Isle of Man TT, Bolivian Grand Prix XXVII, Akrapovic Offroad Weekend
Motorrad Magazine Awards: And the winner is…
Sandy Cohen: Introducing the new magazine
Beartrek: Chris Morgan’s mission on his F650GS
Dealer Expo 2010: New products, gear and gadgets
Tested: BMW’s Street Guard 3: All-weather textile suit goes for a spin
Motorcycle Dynamics: David Hough explains, “What keeps it balanced?”
BMW Opens Customer Workshop: Restoration made easy
Summerfest 2010: Canada’s annual festival of BMW fun
BMW Motorrad Days: 10th anniversary for Austria’s big party
Calendar: Listing of events around the world
More online: A look at our expanded coverage and up-to-the-minute news on our website
- 100 Pages
- 8.38 x 10.88 in. (21.3 x 27.6 cm)
- Perfect Bound
- Four Color Process