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Best looking bike ever! 1990 BMW K1

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This post is in our archives. Links in this post have been updated to point to similar bikes available to bid on eBay.

For Sale: 1990 BMW K1

What do the Italians know about style? I mean, really. The Ducati 916, the MV Agusta F4, Bimota DB1, Laverda RGS, Moto Guzzi Le Mans – none of these have the sheer presence of a BMW K1.

I’m kidding, of course. Only the Germans could come up with a techno-wonder-rocket bike and then allow Ronald McDonald to dress and paint it. Yup, I’m lovin’ it.

From the seller:
FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL AND RARE BMW K1 1990 WITH 35,000 MILES

IF YOU LOOK AT THIS AUCTION, YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING AT, THIS IS ONE OF THE FEW K1 MADE FOR THE USA AND THE HISTORY OF THIS BIKE IS AMAZING.

THE BIKE DRIVES PERFECTLY, SMOOTH AND BEAUTIFUL.

THE TIRES ARE 90% , GEL BATTERY IN PERFECT CONDITION, BIKE STARTS PERFECTLY, ABS IS WORKING

LOOK AT THE PICTURES CLOSELY, THE BIKES NEEDS TLC AND LOVE

In truth, the K1 was a tour de force for BMW, and allowed them to flex their technological muscles. Utilizing brains over brawn, BMW created a high speed touring machine based around a 100 HP limit. The aero work allowed the K1 to reach higher top speeds than other bikes that adhered to the voluntary 100 HP figure, and with ABS (a big deal at the time), integrated trunks and snazzy (depending upon your definition of snazzy) graphics, the limited numbered K1 was a media hit.

Fast forward 20+ years and the K1 looks dated. It is no RC30 in the investment department, but still holds value relatively well. This particular bike is in need of some refreshing – which can be very expensive due to the rare nature of the panels. I sure hope Ronald didn’t get any road rash when this one went down.

For your chance to own the best looking bike ever built (or maybe not), click the link and jump over to the auction. It’s not often you have the chance to ride something so different that there is no risk seeing yourself coming or going. Now all you need is a tank bag for that run through the Mickey Dees drive through!

MI

1 Comment

  • Ketchup and mustard……what a paint scheme. Cool bikes, ugly with that paint.

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