Your preference being a biker

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Your preference being a biker

#1 Unread post by SamEdward »

Probably, it lame question but which one you would prefer BMW or CBR motorcycle and why??
Thanks in advance :)

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Re: Your preference being a biker

#2 Unread post by totalmotorcycle »

CBR... Nothing more classic, affordable and reliable as a CBR. :)

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Re: Your preference being a biker

#3 Unread post by Pamelaxz »

Just a helmet. DGme

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Re: Your preference being a biker

#4 Unread post by gasbagspades »

Horizontally-opposed twin engines are a BMW hallmark, and you can find them in the company's R line of motorcycles. Popular with law enforcement agencies across Europe and beyond are the R1250GS Adventure bikes and R1250RT tourers from the R series. Each bike is excellent.

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