[[Image:1929-BMW-R11.jpg|left|thumb|1929 BMW R11]]
Shortly after venturing into car manufacture for the first time by acquiring the Dixi works at Eisenach, [[BMW|BMW]] introduced a major innovation to its motorcycle range in 1929. The transversely mounted 'flat-twin' engine was already a BMW trademark but for the first time it was installed in a pressed-steel frame, the first model to incorporate this landmark of motorcycle design being the 740cc R11. BMW's relatively vibration-free engine was already a byword for smoothness and refinement, and this, coupled to a three-speed shaft-drive transmission, made the R11 sidevalve one of the finest touring motorcycles of its day. Progressively improved, the R11 was built in five series up to 1934. This R11 displays a total of only 4 kilometres on the odometer, which, presumably, is the distance covered since restoration.
[[Category:BMW motorcycles|R11, BMW]]
[[Category:BMW R series]]
|name = '''BMW R11'''
|aka = R11 Series 1, R11 Series 2, R11 Series 3, R11 Series 5, R11 Series 4, R 11
|manufacturer = [[BMW]]
|class = [[Classic]]
|engine = two cylinder boxer, four-stroke
|fuel_consumption = 4.50 litres/100 km (22.2 km/l or 52.27 mpg)
The '''[[BMW]] R11 Series 4''' was a two cylinder boxer, [[four-stroke]] Classic [[motorcycle]] produced by [[BMW]] between 1929 and 1934. It could reach a top speed of 68 mph (110 km/h). Claimed [[horsepower]] was 17.57 HP (13.1 KW) @ 3400 RPM.
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