The BMW R75 5 (1972) was a classic motorcycle renowned for its stylish design and reliable power. It featured a flat opposed twin engine with a 745 cc displacement, producing a respectable 50hp that allowed for a top speed of nearly 100 miles per hour. The engine was fed fuel via two 8mm Bing carburetors and the motorcycle was fitted with a four-speed manual transmission with shaft final drive. The brand-new and revolutionary BMW Paralever rear suspension was a top-of-the-line feature that allowed for improved handling and stability during high speeds and while cornering. The frame and forks of the R75 5 were made of steel and the motorcycle had a distinct military-style look, due to the saddlebags and a high touring windscreen, that made it one of the most popular models. The BMW R75 5 (1972) was the first bike to feature a rotary disc lock system, with the side-mounted disc lock positioned at the bottom of the frame. The R75 5 featured tough sheet metal side panels, a skid plate, a steel flat-sided fuel tank, and raised handlebars. The newly designed cylinder head yielded superior performance and was fitted with dual spark plugs, an oil cooler, and a large air filter. This classic generation of motorcycling was out done only by the later, iconic "slash 5" designs of the BMW R Series of motorcycles. This cycling beauty is sure to turn heads and provides an absolutely smooth and comfortable ride.
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