Blueprint BMW R80 Monolever (1984)

BMW R80 Monolever (1984)


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    The BMW R80 Monolever was first introduced in 1984 and is widely regarded as one of BMWs most iconic motorcycles. This classic 1970s-style machine is powered by an air-cooled 898cc flat-twin engine with electronic fuel injection and double overhead camshafts. It produces 62 horsepower at 6,500 rpm and a maximum torque of 63 lb-ft at 4,600. Drive is to the rear wheel via a 5-speed manual gearbox. The R80 Monolever boasts a distinct design. It features a classic, dark grey-and-silver colour scheme which adds to its appeal. This machine stands on 19 inch blacked-out alloy wheels with 5.6-inch wide tyres providing a comfortable, agile ride for touring. It also features a long, low profile frame and a low-slung seating position. The seat height is only 28 inches, making this an ideal machine for shorter riders. The machine is equipped with an extensive range of accessories including integral drive front and back disc brakes, a wide range of slip-on exhausts, progressive suspension and a comfortable two-up saddle. The machine is also extremely customizable, allowing you to truly make it your own. The BMW R80 Monolever is a classic machine with plenty of character. Its excellent engineering, easy handling and excellent build quality make it a dependable and enjoyable ride that will last for years to come.

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