Blueprint BMW R80 RT (1986)

BMW R80 RT (1986)


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    The BMW R80 RT (1986) is an iconic motorcycle that stands out for its sleek and modern design. The bike is powered by a 49-horsepower, 797cc air-cooled boxer-twin engine that is capable of reaching a top speed of 125 mph. The bike is equipped with a five-speed transmission, and its capable of reaching a maximum torque of 6.5 lbs. With its two-tone paint scheme and black and gold accents, the R80 RT looks as classic as it rides. The bike features touring-style handlebars, giving riders the feeling of control and comfort when taking on long journeys. The suspension is improved providing smooth handling even on rough terrain, while the lowered footpeg position gives riders a better control of the bike. The bike is also equipped with a VDO instrument cluster, making it easier to read the speed in sunlight. The BMW R80 RT (1986) is the perfect bike for those who want a classic motorcycle that will take them to different parts of the world with ease and style.

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