The R90S was a sport bike produced by BMW. It was first introduced
in 1973. The R90S is considered by many to be one of the first
superbikes, and the first such machine from BMW. However, in
retrospect it may have been one of the earliest incarnations of
what would later be known as a "sport touring" bike: a machine
designed to cover long distances quickly and in relative comfort,
particularly if the route between Point A and B was as twisty as
The BMW R90S was an OHV, two valve per cylinder, air cooled flat
twin, or boxer engined motorcycle weighing 475 lbs. and running a
five-speed gearbox through a shaft final drive. The model was an
extension of the previous 750cc series /5 machines. -
This 1975 BMW R90S was restored in 2016 as verified by the
extensive list of receipts that will accompany the sale. This
motorcycle has been well maintained and remains in very good
overall condition since the completion of the restoration.
The iconic Daytona Orange paint was very well applied and remains
in great condition. This motorcycle starts quickly with the turn of
the key and sounds as good as it did in 1975. The numbers matching
900cc engine has been rebuilt and it is equipped with the proper
Dellorto carburetors as well as NOS dual exhaust. Out of an
exclusive collection this R90S is one of the best available on the
If you would like to learn more about this motorcycle, please
contact us at Legendary Motors LLC.
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