John’s Beemer Garage

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I’ve always been a BMW person, but every few years I myself with a single. is an original paint 1955 which someone traded to me in in exchange for a sidecar I had. cylinder bikes are still a value price-wise (relative to but being weaned on twins, the just never sound to me!

If you hang around long you can get a second chance at a bike. The R16 I lusted after 18 years ago hands again about 10 later. Seen here arriving at the new owners home, a little less together but little changed.

For as many as were made 12,000), not many of these seemed to make it over to the This one is very complete then the missing pillion (which doubles as a top fender and the correct tail light, and knee pads.

My own very (!) 1949 R24. More the R51/2, the R24 is almost a direct of the prewar design. Interestingly the R24 in the previous photo is only 10 away (the serial from one of mine.

Just as a comparison, here’s a of a pre war R23 that I found for sale in You’ll have to excuse all the The nice thing about chrome is that you usually to start with very metal parts to bother them — so a chrome only means that you strip off the chrome, you’ve got a that won’t need

Another Czech BMW, time a pre war R51. Stylish if fenders, headlight, and tool And the tank. what was I just about chrome sheetmetal.

love the hear the sound exhaust pipes must

Seen here is a nice 1938 R51SS from out in The front hub is interesting it that a pair of 1/2 hub brake drums together and stopped by two brake This setup was on the bike this fellow got it.

This bike also a close ratio transmission.

isn’t the greatest picture, but give you a good idea of a mid to late 1930’s Veigel looks like. This one goes up to 100 km, so it’s probably off a The military twins generally up to 120 km, with other civilian going up to 160 km.

The beauty of getting to go to every now and then is something this. I was walking along the at a German swap meet, and was this headlight sitting on a It’s an NOS prewar headlight and I brought it back for a friend of that needed it.

BMW has a long history of supplying parts for its bikes, and here’s that many racers want. This is a close racing gear cluster set for twins. These gears are about to go back into my own BMW racer. Here’s a comparison of the vs. racing gear ratios:

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