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About BMW Motorcycle
The Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft (BMW-AG), commonly and prominently referred to as Bavarian Motor Works or BMW is owned by the parent company BMW Group which is a German multinational conglomerate organization owning the other two luxury automobile brands which are Mini and Rolls-Royce and a motor-cycle subdivision called BMW Motorrad.
The BMW Motorrad has its headquarters in Berlin, Germany. This company is amalgamated and maintained by shareholders. The company was set-off as an aircraft engine maker that has progressed over the past century to become one of the leading brands for luxury automobiles in the world today.
BMW vehicles are chiefly produced in Germany and the largest manufacturing facility is located in Din Golfing. Apart from Germany (Berlin, Din Golfing, Landshut, Munich, Leipzig, Wackersdorf, Regensburg), BMW also has plants in other countries like China (Shenyang), Austria (Steyr), and Taiwan.
The Group has plants in other countries namely, Austria, Brazil, Egypt, Germany, Great Britain, Indonesia, India, Italy, Malaysia, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, and Thailand. As per the reports in 2015, BMW was noted to have sales of 136963 motor-bikes which was recorded to be a 10% increase as per the year 2014.
In the 1920s came a turn where the company decided to manufacture two-wheeler luxury vehicles under the company name BMW Motorrad.
The siblings of the Quandt family are the primary shareholder of BMW AG and thus own half of the company. Public shareholders take the ownership of the rest of the company. Stefan Quandt, a German industrialist, and engineer own 29% of the company where as Susanne Klatten, a successful investor, owns 21% of it. The rest of the company is in the hands of Public investors which makes the other 50%. Since its start in 1913 as Rapp Motorenwerke, it took various twists and turns and saw various upheavals and downfalls over time. It came up as the manufacturer of aircraft engines and soon emerged to be a top-class extravagant brand in the world of luxury vehicles. It saw war, it sought help, and it saw the verge of bankruptcy and many other ups-and-downs but managed to stand past the entire storm that was put in its way to emerged as THE BMW BRAND.
The BMW Motorcycles is a sub-division of the BMW Group which was kick-started at the Berlin Motor Show back in 1923 with R32 being the first motorcycle. It was started by the name BMW Motorrad. Thereafter the company made many improvisations in the quality and models of the motor-bikes and never looked back.
Karl Rapp in 1913 created the Rapp Motorenwerke where he was subcontracted to create V-12 aircraft engines for Austro- Daimler contract project. The company Rapp Motorenwerke changed its name to Bayerische Motoren Werke that is BMW in the year 1917 which is the company's name to date.
It was in the 1920s that the enterprise changed its logo from a horse kind of mark to the now-famous trademark design that is a black circle with a rotating propeller in blue and white and 'BMW' engraved on the circle. It was around the same time that the company started manufacturing motor-cycles.
BMW's first production motorbike was seen in the time of 1923 which happened to be the R 32 developed by a 33-year-old engineer called Max Friz. The fundamental concept was the BMW boxer engine of the flat-twin type which soon advanced to be a model for professional racing thereby increasing the popularity for the vehicle. The standard output of the model was a fair 8 bhp.
The company however improvised the model to come up with R37 two years later which was 500cc and gave 16bhp. This gave the motorcycle a breakthrough in on-road and off-road racing and made the brand a winner in all German Championships from 1924 to 1929.
The year 1925 saw coming up of single-cylinder R 39 which had an improvised external caliper brake instead of the conventional old block brake. Further in 1928 came R63 which was sports-ready with an output of 24 bhp giving a top speed of over 120km/hr. Then came R11 and R16 (with two carburetors) in 1929. BMW was the first manufacturer who introduced hydraulically front wheel damped telescopic fork instead of the traditional leaf spring fork in 1935 in their R12 and R17.
BMW gave Ernst Henne the title of the fastest man on two-wheels in 1937 for 14 years with a speed of 279kmph. The 65bph BMW compressor won the title of Senior Tourist Trophy back in 1939. The 1930s came up with the rise of R2, R4, R12, R17, R5, R51, and R66.
Even after the havoc caused by the world war, the company managed to keep itself alive. It survived by doing repair works for the American Army and manufacturing diverse items for everyday use. It then came up with the magnificent R24 giving an output of 250cc at 12bph with a modernized single-cylinder engine that happened to be the first post-war motorcycle. The older R23 had a chassis with a modernized centrifugally administrated ignition single-cylinder engine with advance and rocker supports mounted on separate heads and also had a Bing carburetor instead of the Amal version of it.
With the year 1941, came the R75 with a newly developed Overhead Hanging Valves engine and a gearbox with a reverse gear and low ratio reduction. The bike had a side-car wheel drive with bolted tubular frame, differential lock, and hydraulic brake equipping the rear wheel and was the only BMW motorcycle produced solely for the use of the military.
The days of 1950s brought with them a huge sporting success for the company. The company developed models with extraordinary top-speeds winning for the drivers of the motor-cycle, the majestic world championship titles. The R68 variant was also a top-class sporting product with a top speed of 160kmph. This motorbike marked the return of BMW in the world of international motorcycle construction after the presentation of the R 68 having the title of 100-mile-racer at the International Bicycle and Motorcycle Show (IFMA). The RS models won laurels for the riders at various world championships in Germany and beyond. It has recorded an incredible speed of 200kmph to 280kmph at racing events. The R 25/3 had some fundamental innovations in engine capacity and design. The model had full hub brakes, a more powerful engine, 18-inch wheels, and a hydraulically damped telescopic fork safeguarding the safety, comfort and motorcycling riding experience. R 25/3 remained the biggest-selling Motorrad model of BMW until 1990s with a number of 47,700 units being sold. The R50 model had the rear wheel runs in a long fluctuating arm with spring crosspieces and full rocker chassis. Its front wheel had an offset rocker and it was the first time that any bike had the use of a four-speed transmission, three-shaft with damper and a cup spring coupling. The R 50 gave a lot of comfort along with an output of 26bhp and a top speed of 140 km/h.
The 1960s came up with other models of the bike called the R69S with a hydraulic steering damper and R69US with telescopic front fork. The R50/5 series which came up in 1969 having the classic 500cc cylinder capacity along with a fundamentally redesigned boxer model having a three-phase generator, double cradle lightweight tubular frame with rear-wheel rocker arm and front telescopic fork, electric starter, crankshaft, con-rod, vacuum throttle carburetor, and battery ignition. It was for the first time that BMW offered a range of other different colors apart from black and white. The R75/5 model had almost the same features with yet improvised feature of 750 cc cylinder capacity, had an exquisite 50bhp output, and a top speed of 175 km/h.
The 1970s brought a revolution in the field of aerodynamics giving rise to a new class of models with the introduction of the full fairings and cockpit giving it more comfort and a sporty function. The R 100 RS was the Motorrad's first production motorcycle whose standard full fairing was established in the wind tunnel to provide the rider, protection from bad weather and wind. It was the first to have a 1-liter cylinder capacity and also provided a top speed of 200 km/h with a comfortable upright relaxed position, unlike other competitors. The R 90 S was the first BMW model that had a cylinder capacity of over 750 ccs with a top speed of 200 km/h. It also had a twin-disc brake to the front made for dependable braking. Other variants in the 1970s included R100RT, R45, and R65.
The 1980s brought yet another upheaval in innovation which was the pioneering revolutionizing of single-arm swing and the first electronic hydraulic Anti-Braking System (ABS) for motorcycles. The R100GS was the world's first motorcycle by way of digital engine electronics which highlighted an exciting avant-garde design. The variants include R80G/S, K100, K75, R80GS, R100GS, and K1 having improvisations in the brake calipers and aerodynamic design.
In the 1990s the Motorrad came up with yet another series of modernizations which were a new electronic engine management that had four-valve boxer. In addition to this, BMW Motorrad was the first ever manufacturer of motorcycle to offer a well-thought-out 3-way improve catalytic converter for motorbike. BMW collaborated with Aprilla for the technological development of the concept and the dynamic design along with supporting the progress and managing of the assembly process. The basic model which was F650 had a single cylinder and four-valve engine chain drive instead of shaft drive, telescopic fork to the front, and dual swing arm to the rear part of the vehicle, and boxed steel one-piece frame which added to both the durability and comfort of the product. It was just 189kg and was thus suitable for modest off-road use. Other variants include R 1100 RS, R 1100 GS, R 1200 C, R 1150 GS, and C1 with continuous improvisations in the safety, belt restraint system and crash element.
The decade of 2000s brought with it, yet another string of improvisations that were the first 4-cylinder models of the Motorrad. At the core of this series was present the "Compact Drive System" with the longitudinally and horizontally installed engine. The motorcycles included F 650 GS, F 650 CS, K 1200 GT, R 1200 GS, and K 1200 S models. It also had G 650 X-Models, F 800 ST, F 800 S, S 1000 RR, F 800 GS, and F 800 R in the course of the decade.
The country of the Philippines has seen plenty of journeys of the BMW Motorrad. The official distributor of BMW motorcycles in the Philippines is BMW Motorrad Philippines. BMW Motorrad opened its first local motorcycle retail area in Davao in December 2018 which focused only on the two-wheeler and never featured a car.
BMW Motorrad Philippines is commanded today by Ramon S. Ang. The company has a total of five locally active dealers.
According to the 2019 reports, the sales of the company have increased by 78% in the year 2018, and by 469% when comparing around 2017. In 2017, BMW sold only 470 motorcycles in the Philippine market whereas 2018 saw an increase up to 813 units.
There are various models of the manufacturer and an ample choice with the design and color and performance features. There is no less than a buffet of choice for the customers. Though all the motorbikes that the company makes are top-class, there are a few famous ones from different segments including sports, adventure, tour, heritage, and roadster.
The BMW C400X is a 400cc Urban Mobility motorbike with a 350cc medium-size commuter, and a two-cylinder 4-stroke water-cooled DOHC engine having a power output of 60 horsepower at 7,500 revolutions per minute and a torque of 63Nm. It has modern looks with an LED headlamp.
BMW S1000XR has a powerful 999cc engine with the zeal of adventure-biking and sporting. It supplies a maximum power output of 162bhp at 11,000 revolutions per minute and a torque of 114Nm at 9,250 revolutions per minute.
The BMW R NineT is a heritage bike with 1,170cc air-cooled; 4-valves DOHC engine, boxer two-cylinder, and 4-stroke attached to a 6-speed manual transmission system.
The BMW G310R comes under the Roadster category and is a single-cylinder motorcycle having a power of 331cc single-cylinder, water-cooled, 4-stroke engine with DOHC that gives the output of 34bhp and torque of 28Nm linked to a 6-speed manual gearbox.
The bikes that the company presents before its customers are always high performing and adaptable to variable road conditions and long-distance travel. It has the most classic of designs and the most comfortable of structures keeping into consideration, the ease of handling, and the smoothness of driving. The BMW Motorrad had always come up with the most advanced technologies, pioneering top-class innovations, and has continued to improvise and upgrade their product. Some of the bikes are present invariants that are standard and professional according to the modifications in the same model. Customization and personalization are also available.
The company has also contributed to Art, architecture, films, and visual arts. BMW is an approved member of the National Environmental Achievement Track of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which was a public-private partnership to encouraged companies for environmental improvement. It is also a dynamic member of the South Carolina Environmental Excellence Program. It is greatly appreciated for its low carbon emission and excellent performance.