BMW Concept Roadster Motorcycle

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

If Bimmer’s current concept car lineups are any indication of what’s to come, we would have to say that the German auto maker’s future looks promising. Motorcycle fans fret not, as the brand’s 2-wheeled department also looks to be in good hands with the unveiling of projects like the BMW Concept Roadster Motorcycle.

We wouldn’t bet on seeing this bad boy hit the showroom floor in the coming years, but we do think that this is a sign of the things to come for BMW. The 2-wheeler looks like a motorcycle version of the i8 thanks to the sleek, futuristic design. Powered by a 1,170cc 2-cylinder boxer engine pumping out 125 horsepower, the LED lights on this beauty are shining Bavarian biking’s bright future.

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