The BMW R90 S (1973) was a historic machine that marked the end of an era, having been the last large-scale production BMW motorcycle to feature a 2-cylinder boxer engine. This powerhouse was truly a work of art. From its flat twin-cylinder 901cc engine to its classic double-loop steel frame, the R90 S was a timeless legend. The R90 S had a unique character that could be felt in every ride. Its engine roared to life as its air-cooled cylinders churned out healthy amounts of power and torque, while its advanced design allowed for a smooth delivery of both acceleration and deceleration. It was able to reach speeds of 106 mph with ease, making it one of the fastest classic motorcycles of its time. The R90 S had a sleek design that demanded attention on the road. It featured a unique single round headlamp, chrome handlebars, and polished aluminum trim around its fuel tank. The paint scheme was composed of bold red and black stripes, giving the R90 S a distinctly racing-inspired look. It was also outfitted with high-end components such as Brembo brakes, lightweight alloy wheels, and a Hella headlight. Despite its large size, the R90 S was remarkably nimble and was able to take sharp turns at high speeds without compromising stability. The R90 S handled like a dream and was able to take tight twisty back roads with ease. It featured an impressive suspension that allowed for controlled shocks both on and off-road, and the tyres provided extra traction during wet weather. The R90 S was truly a unique piece of history, and it paved the way for modern-day BMW motorcycles. Its classic design, impressive performance features, and distinctive character make it an unforgettable piece of engineering.
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