1994 BMW K75
As an industry powerhouse, BMW has always been well-regarded for
its unrelenting nature and high-quality standards. Because of this
reputation, no one had anticipated it would break from its 'norm'
and equip its motorcycles with inline-4 power mills - as it did
with the BMW K75 series. The BMW K75 (a.k.a. the 'Flying Brick') is
a spin-off from the German firm's K100 lineup. Introduced from 1986
to 1995, these 740-cc motorbikes aimed at being less intimidating
by perfectly balancing dynamics and handling safety, effectively
resetting the brand's seeming one-sidedness. Boasting a
BMW-exclusive Compact Drive System and state-of-the-art fuel
injection, (among other things), the K75 was a downright
technological marvel. Furthermore, it was the OEM's cheapest
motorcycle out of the crate.
For consignment, a BMW K75 from 1994 that has all the bells and
whistles needed for a long haul. A 3-cylinder engine, EFI,
comfortable seating for 2 and storage on board and on either side
with the hard saddle packs. Plenty of handlebar controls and always
being well maintained make for a true cruiser experience.
A mix of original and respray in Silk, (BMW medium blue), covers
the fairings and most surfaces of this bike. A front windscreen
with glass headlight sunken into the front fairing leads the way
and dual round mirrors for wide field of view front to back are
gracing the sides of the handlebars. There is extra storage on the
back sides inhard shell form on either side and finished in black
ABS plastic. Up front chromed telescoping forks keep the bike
straight and true through the roughest of roads.
Emphasis on comfort with the standard cascading seat with room for
not only you but a passenger. These are covered in black leather
and are very comfortable. A central split panel faces the driver
and contains the speedometer, tachometer and a lineup of warning
lamps. More controls are in the driver's leg area and plenty of
footrest options are also on this cruiser.
750cc's of inline 3-cylinder power with EFI is between the riders'
legs. There is a 5-speed manual transmission on the back and a
shaft drive ends in the back with a conventional 3.20 geared axle.
New disc braking is on front and rear, and a mono-arm in back for
the rear suspension.
I fully enjoy a break from driving the standard issue of muscle and
classics that grace our Hallowed Halls, and this BMW provided all
the change I could want. A comfortable cruiser with apt performance
on all fronts, and frankly a rather easy and well balanced bike to
ride. I enjoyed myself so much with this fully functional example I
took the liberty of a 2nd lap around out fabled test track.
A great cruiser, wonderfully appointed with creature comforts and
plenty of handlebar controls, and storage. Let's ride across the
country and we do not have to concern ourselves with the chain
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interest automobile showroom, featuring over 650 vehicles for sale
with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle
barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown,
Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia
on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is
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