BMW Motorcycle Heritage on Display at the Saratoga Automobile Museum

The Saratoga Automobile Museum in Saratoga Springs, NY, has prepared a nifty treat for all the bike enthusiasts, regardless of whether they are BMW fans or not: the “BMW – The Ultimate Driving Machine” exhibit, running from May 6th to November 3rd, 2013.
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The “BMW – The Ultimate Driving Machine” will bring some of the iconic motorcycles in the manufacturer's history, including the famous initial model, the R32 (exhibited bike from 1925), the machine that started it all.

Alongside the R32, BMW will bring an 1928 R63, a bike with a750cc engine which was really heft for that period an is not a light one today, either, and a 1929 R62, the bike which has coined the Bavarian bikes' reputation as suitable for long-range touring.

Visitors will also get the chance to see a 1931 R16 and a 1934 R11 with a stamped-steel frame, and an unrestored military motorcycle: a 1942 R12 which has been found in a barn in France. A 1955 R25/3 single-cylinder bike will also represent the economical segment, while one of the early German police bikes (1969 R60/2 “Polizei”) will be on display, too. The “BMW – The Ultimate Driving Machine” exhibit will also host a lot of iconic cars, of course, so there's plenty to see.
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