by Jeff Dean|
Tucson, Arizona, and Madison, Wisconsin
Friend of the Marque (1999)
Prof. Gerhard Kn÷chlein BMW Classic Award (2013)
Over 530,000 BMW Riding Miles
Co-Founder of BMW Motorcycle Owners of America
BMW MOA #115 & VBMWMO #2 (1972), BMW RA (1988)
Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Chief Instructor (1994)
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The second photo from the left above: click on it to see the earth and the moon as seen from the Hi RISE satellite orbiting Mars.
“Those who believe without reason cannot be convinced by reason.” - James Randi
Politics  “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.” - Joseph Goebbels
Some of the BMW motorcycle models covered on this web site.
The first BMW motorcycle the 1923-1925 R32!
The first postwar BMW motorcycle the 250cc 1948 R24
The first postwar BMW twin the 1950 R51/2
An early postwar BMW the 1951-1954 R51/3
A very postwar BMW single the 250cc 1954 R25/3.
The last of the plunger BMWs the 1955 R67/3
The beautiful vintage BMW sport bike, the 1954 R68
The slash-2 BMW motorcycles from 1955—1969,
a Granada red R60/2, a Dover white R60/2, a black R60/2, a blue R60US
1968 Butler and Smith BMW Accessories Catalog
1968 Flanders BMW Accessories Catalog
The last BMW shaft-drive single the BMW R27
A 1960s hot rod the BMW R69S
A dual-purpose adventure motorcycle the BMW R100GS
BMW's dual-purpose motorcycle the BMW R1200GS
Read about the revolutionary 1996-2001 BMW R1100RT
Read about the 2001-2004 BMW R1150RT
See photos and read info on the original BMW R1200RT
See the 2014-2017 BMW R1200RTW
2015 BMW R1200R it's light and it's fast
See the most expensive BMW motorcycles
Click here for 5 Myths that Make Motorcycling Less Safe
Vintage BMW Motorcycle Challenges and Lessons
The opposed-twin Douglas Dragonfly of 1957
The most fascinating Harley-Davidson ever made!
Check this out: five shaft-drive opposed fours!
What the heck is Ernest Richard George Earles front fork?
Tim Stafford and the Art of BMW Motorcycle Restoration
Jeff Dean Architectural Photography
Click here for Nikon Photographica
Click here for other topics than BMWs and Nikons
Click here for a list of some of my favorite vendors
Click here for motorcycle data sheets from Bench Mark Works
Click here to go to motorcycle data sheets posted by Ted Verrill
See illustrated Craven's historic saddlebags for slash-2s
Should you wear a full-face helmet? Click here to see.
Photos of BMW motorcycles below, clockwise from the upper left 1967 BMW R60/2 (and me), 1972 BMW R75/5 (with former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords of Arizona), 1954 BMW R68, 2015 BMW R1200RT,
1967 BMW R60/2, and 1954 BMW R51/3 (ridden by Tim Stafford).
Ninety-two years of BMW motorcycles:
These are my BMW motorcycle dealers:
Iron Horse Motorcycles: the only BMW dealership in Arizona. |
It is a motorcycle dealership, not a powersports emporium.
Click here for: Iron Horse Motorcycle's Facebook Page
For service on my vintage BMW motorcycles, I use Bee Mer Werx,
owned by Paul Ford, located at 3752 E. Hardy Dr., Tucson,
Let's talk about riding motorcycles!
| ||Pointed opinions from a long-time rider (me) about surviving on and enjoying riding motorcycles.|
| ||Do you see what you think you see?   Inattentional blindness read this and you might look again!|
||Should you wear a full-face helmet?   Ask 1.1-million-mile BMW motorcycle rider Dave Swisher, of Bowling Green, Virginia, what his opinion might be. Check out what happened to his helmet!|
| ||The BMW Motorcycle Owners of America (BMW MOA), founded in 1972, is the world's largest association of BMW motorcycle owners and a "must" for BMW enthusiasts. It offers a glossy monthly magazine, an annual international rally, and a tour book for traveling riders.|
| ||The BMW Veteran Motorcycle Club of America (BMW VMCA) is an organization formed in 2004 with the purpose of providing educational services, information, and assistance to those who are interested in owning, operating, repairing, restoring, and studying the history of vintage BMW motorcycles as well as the machines themselves.|
| ||MidAmerica Auctions (now Mecum) has been selling vintage motorcycles at auction, including BMWs, for years. The largest is held every January in Las Vegas, Nevada. The thumbnail to the left shows Tim Stafford with an R50/2 he auctioned in 2007.|