Italian bikes generally look exquisite, handle magnificently but their electrics all go to pigs and whistles when it rains
The Japanese have stupendously subtle and high technology machines, but somehow lack soul,
The Brits can still make a world beating machine when they put half ... Read review
The sleek Givi 635F Monorack Arms fit neatly and securely to your bike, providing a top ... more
box fitting solution for a BMW R 850 R (95>02) & R 1100 R (95>01). Pair these specific arms with a Givi M3 plate for a Monokey case, or a MM plate for a Monolock case (plates sold separately) and your set up is ready to mount a top box. SPECIFICATION -Keep Your Luggage Secure - The Givi 635FZ Monorack arms are specifically designed for a BMW R 850 R (95>02) & R 1100 R (95>01) allowing you to attach your luggage securely to your bike-Don't Forget Your Plate - These Monorack arms require a Givi M3 plate or a MM plate to attach your top box (available separately)-Get Stylish with your Luggage - These arms will allow you to mount a range of Givi top cases when used with the correct Givi plate-Durable Construction - Full metal construction for added strength-Easy to Fit - Fittings and instructions included to attach your Monorack arms to your bike, making assembly nice and easyM3 Plate: To be used with a Givi Monokey top box (Monokey cases have a larger capacity than Monolock top boxes and are generally used on bigger bikes).MM Plate: To be used with a Givi Monolock top box (Monolock Cases have a smaller capacity than Monokey top boxes and are generally used on smaller bikes).Please Note: This fitting is compatible with the original side case holder
"...pouring fuel in it.
Your typical BMW is an object lesson in defining motorcycling your own way.
Take the engine.
BMW made their first horizontally opposed twin (or BOXER) in the 1920s - and have generally stuck to that in one form or another for the remaining seventy five years.
Yes - they've toyed with other configurations, the rather odd in-line triple which was featured on the 'K' series engines, and they make a 'lightweight' single ..."
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