In 1991 BMW introduced the R100R. This model was essentially the first boxer after the K-series that had been revised both technically and optically. It featured the new parelever system, a wider rear tyre and spoke wheels. It also had the still very popular retro-style rocker covers. In addition, the R100R was equipped with a "Sekundär Luft System": a catalytic converter that reduced pollutants from the exhausts. While BMW was already developing the new generation of four-valves-per-cylinder boxer twins, these old-style twin-cylinders represented just about the ultimate development of the traditional boxer and, due to its huge success, a total of 20,589 items have been produced.
This BMW R100R has seen two owners since new and is in good condition. We have recently fitted new exhaust curves.