Question about 1992 BMW K 75 S
I will premise this by saying I have not taken a hiatus from riding for any longer than 18 months. So 30 years ~ WOW! My recollections after not riding for a while and getting ready for that first ride afterwards, are that balance and protection from injury in case of an accident were at the forefront of my thoughts. Well, the BMW K75s is a very well-balanced bike. Having owned one for ten years, I will never not own at least one K bike, likely not the 100 either. The handling of the bike is far superior to other bikes I have ridden, albeit only rice burners and Harleys. The K75sis a sporty looking machine, but also has great touring characteristics (who said you get only one or the other??). I would easily ride fully loaded from KC to Dallas (about 7.5 hours) stopping for little more than fuel and a strech. I guess I am a pretty big fan of the BMWs, and the K75S in particular.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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