Heavy Metal: BMW R 18 B and R 18 Transcontinental, in the November issue – Roadracing World Magazine


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Featured in the November 2021 issue of Roadracing World:

“El Hefe was tearing the guitar from the ‘We Called It America’ intro apart when the little Marshall 25w speakers in the front of the fairing were drowned out by a terrible cacophony as the pavement feeler on the left floor went. dug deep into Colorado State Highway 93.

“Having never ridden a motorcycle with a stereo system, I didn’t anticipate that my usual musical fare would be emotionally incompatible with the available cornering clearance. Thumming the Mode and Selector wheels next to the left grip allowed me to disconnect the multimedia bluetooth from my personal device and the included Sirius-XM.

“Yacht Rock — Perfect…

– Intro: BMW R 18 B and R 18 Transcontinental, by Sam Fleming

BMW’s R 18 platform is rugged and versatile, and the company’s latest versions are the R 18 B (for Bagger) and the greasy Transcontinental versions. The impressions of these old-fashioned but new-tech tourers can be found in the latest issue of Roadracing World!

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