BMW Embraces The Garage ‘ But What Does This Mean? …

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BMW Embraces The Garage … But What This Mean?

“German used to evoke nothing but emotions in the consumers who lusted the Bavarian designed and manufactured that populated the upper of transportation industries. So why would BMW up with Roland Sands’ shop in California and put out a video plenty of greasy, tattooed both German and American, to and promote the Concept Ninety, an to the BMW R 90 S? Because BMW wants in on the “Garage movement, that’s why.

Robots and CAD are out, and handmade is in. question is whether a giant can gain anything by an effort to itself with the handmade, movement, when its stock-and-trade is production (including by robot). of course, is attempting to do the same with its new Star Bolt.

Can like BMW and Yamaha really some buzz from Buchanan-Smith and his little company Made. for instance?

BMW Motorrad is its 90 th Anniversary. along with 40 since the introduction of the R 90 S, and Roland got the call to help design concept. The Concept Ninety is around the most recent air/oil cooled 1200cc motor with modern incorporated, including LED headlights resemble the shape of the original headlamp on the R 90 S. Here is BMW’s of the concept (typos courtesy of written in a garage).

90 years of BMW Motorrad – 40 years of a BMW design icon. To mark anniversaries, the BMW Group will be a very special new machine 6.30 pm on May 24th: the BMW Concept on show at the Concorso d’Eleganza d’Este 2013. In collaboration the customer bike company Sands Design”, the BMW Motorrad Team has created an exclusive to the BMW R 90 S. Roland Sands and his team given the BMW Concept Ninety an self-assured appearance with refined, top-quality custom former motorcycle racer.

BMW R100RS Mono

The original: the BMW R 90 S.

With a top speed of under 200 km/h, the BMW R 90 S was one of the fastest production motorcycles of its time. It was the time a designer had created the combination of form and function in a development process. The BMW R 90 S was the first ever to be fitted with a trim section as standard, it an unmistakable appearance.

Aerodynamically optimised front and trim elements were to be seen on motorcycles by other too. According to Edgar Head of BMW Motorrad Design: BMW R 90 S goes back to a time motorcyclists were regarded as outlaws. There was something about them – they fast, noisy and wild.

It was all pure emotion. And it remains to this day.”

BMW R100RS Mono
BMW R100RS Mono

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