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BMW R100S
BMW R100S
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Just a few years after introducing the BMW R90/6 and BMW R90S, BMW upped the capacity of its range-topping flat-twins to 980cc for the 1977 season in the form of the '/7' series. The latter comprised the R100/7 tourer, which used the 60bhp version of the new engine, while the cockpit-faired R100S sportster and the fully faired R100RS superbike came with 70bhp on tap. Within a couple of years the R100/7 'naked' had been re-titled BMW R100T|R100T]] and gained an extra five horsepower, while the others - together with the new R100RT super-tourer - continued to use the 70bhp engine.


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1977

1977 BMW R100RS


1978

1978 BMW R100S in Black
1978 BMW R100S in Black
1978 BMW R100S in Black
1978 BMW R100S in Black
1978 BMW R100S in Black


  • Bike pictured above has Rare Heinrich 11 gallon tank.


1980 BMW R100S in Brown
1980 BMW R100S in Brown
1980 BMW R100S in Brown
1980 BMW R100S in Brown
1980 BMW R100S in Brown
1980 BMW R100S in Brown
1980 BMW R100S in Brown
1980 BMW R100S in Brown


  • 1000 cc Twin engine
  • 5-speed transmission
  • Front Dual Disc Brakes


1980

1980 BMW R100S


1992

1992 BMW R100Rs in Blue
1992 BMW R100Rs in Blue
1992 BMW R100Rs in Blue
1992 BMW R100Rs in Blue
1992 BMW R100Rs in Blue
1992 BMW R100Rs in Blue
1992 BMW R100Rs in Blue
1992 BMW R100Rs in Blue


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