We're proud to announce Salt Lake has been chosen to host the BMW MOA Rally!

On July 6th-8th we'll have the BMW Demo truck at our dealership offering demo rides on the 2017 BMW Motorrad demo fleet. More details are to follow so stay tuned and saye the date.

The following week, July 12th-15th the BMW Members of America Annual Rally is coming to Salt Lake City. They'll be hosting a giant rally at the Salt Lake Fairground and we'll be holding a sidewalk sale with vendors at our shop all week. 

 

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For a limited time: up to $1,750 in savings on select new 2015 BMW motorcycles through November 30, 2015 at participating BMW Motorrad dealers. Ask your salesperson for details.

MODEL / SAVINGS

C 650 GT / $1,000
F 800 GS / $1,000
F 800 GS Adventure / $1,000
F 800 GT / $1,150
F 800 R / $1,250
G 650 GS / $1,000
K 1300 S / $1,500
K 1600 GT / $1,600
K 1600 GTL / $1,600
K 1600 GTL Exclusive / $1,750
R 1200 R / $1,000
R nineT / $1,000
S 1000 RR / $1,500

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BMW Motorrad has announced all of the new 2016 models at EICMA. We'll be getting all of new models in-stock this coming year. Here's a selection of some of our favorites:

The G310R 

Venturing onto new ground is the G 310 R, featuring a newly developed 313 cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine with four valves and two overhead camshafts, together with electronic fuel injection. The capacity of 313cc results from a bore of 80 millimetres and a stroke of 62.1 millimeters, BMW said. Designed for the world market, the bikes will be produced in India by partner TVS Motor Co. They can run on the most diverse fuel qualities, and meet all emission standards and local requirements. The engine has a backward-tilted cylinder in open-deck design with the cylinder head turned by 180 degrees, making it possible to position the intake tract at the front, viewed in the direction of travel. With an output of 25 kW (34 hp) at 9 500 rpm and a maximum torque of 28 Nm at 7 500 rpm, the engine of the new G 310 R is a very dynamic partner in conjunction with the low unladen weight of 158.5 kilograms, according to the OEM. The compact proportions and the short wheelbase promise fast changes of direction, while the high rear hints at the bike's sporty genes. The small headlamp mask, dynamically modeled fuel tank trim elements and roadster proportions make for an eye-catching ride. In spite of its naked bike character, the side surfaces in body color create a closed silhouette. The bike has a rigid tubular steel frame, upside-down fork and long swinging arm for added ride stability, precise steering response and sound handling. In terms of suspension, the new G 310 R has a torsionally stiff, robust tubular steel frame in grid structure with bolt-on rear frame. The front wheel suspension is taken care of by a solid upside-down fork while at the rear there is an aluminium swinging arm in conjunction with a spring strut mounted directly. As for the ride, the new G 310 R features a markedly relaxed seating position, BMW noted. All switches and controls are simple and secure to handle, it added. The G 310 R is fitted with ABS as standard. It combines a powerful brake system with 2-channel ABS. At the front wheel, a single-disc brake with radially bolted four-piston fixed caliper and a brake disc diameter of 300mm ensures powerful and stable deceleration, the company said. At the rear, this function is performed by a 2-piston floating caliper in conjunction with a 240mm brake disc. The G 310 R instrument cluster has a large liquid crystal display that offers excellent clarity and a wide range of information, the OEM noted.

Venturing onto new ground is the G 310 R, featuring a newly developed 313 cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine with four valves and two overhead camshafts, together with electronic fuel injection. The capacity of 313cc results from a bore of 80 millimetres and a stroke of 62.1 millimeters, BMW said.

Designed for the world market, the bikes will be produced in India by partner TVS Motor Co. They can run on the most diverse fuel qualities, and meet all emission standards and local requirements.

The engine has a backward-tilted cylinder in open-deck design with the cylinder head turned by 180 degrees, making it possible to position the intake tract at the front, viewed in the direction of travel. With an output of 25 kW (34 hp) at 9 500 rpm and a maximum torque of 28 Nm at 7 500 rpm, the engine of the new G 310 R is a very dynamic partner in conjunction with the low unladen weight of 158.5 kilograms, according to the OEM.

The compact proportions and the short wheelbase promise fast changes of direction, while the high rear hints at the bike's sporty genes. The small headlamp mask, dynamically modeled fuel tank trim elements and roadster proportions make for an eye-catching ride. In spite of its naked bike character, the side surfaces in body color create a closed silhouette.

The bike has a rigid tubular steel frame, upside-down fork and long swinging arm for added ride stability, precise steering response and sound handling. In terms of suspension, the new G 310 R has a torsionally stiff, robust tubular steel frame in grid structure with bolt-on rear frame. The front wheel suspension is taken care of by a solid upside-down fork while at the rear there is an aluminium swinging arm in conjunction with a spring strut mounted directly.

As for the ride, the new G 310 R features a markedly relaxed seating position, BMW noted. All switches and controls are simple and secure to handle, it added.

The G 310 R is fitted with ABS as standard. It combines a powerful brake system with 2-channel ABS. At the front wheel, a single-disc brake with radially bolted four-piston fixed caliper and a brake disc diameter of 300mm ensures powerful and stable deceleration, the company said. At the rear, this function is performed by a 2-piston floating caliper in conjunction with a 240mm brake disc.

The G 310 R instrument cluster has a large liquid crystal display that offers excellent clarity and a wide range of information, the OEM noted.

The R1200 GS in Triple Black

Model year 2016 will see the addition of the R1200GS Triple Black included in BMW Motorrad’s line up. The blacked-out limited edition R1200GS is now available for order. BMW Motorrad is producing the R1200GS Triple Black in response to the wishes expressed by many customers and has now decided to offer the world’s top-selling motorcycle in a virtually all-black finish. 

Model year 2016 will see the addition of the R1200GS Triple Black included in BMW Motorrad’s line up. The blacked-out limited edition R1200GS is now available for order.

BMW Motorrad is producing the R1200GS Triple Black in response to the wishes expressed by many customers and has now decided to offer the world’s top-selling motorcycle in a virtually all-black finish. 

The RNineT Scrambler

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The BMW R nineT Scrambler is a lower spec version of the R nineT roadster with which it shares the air-cooled 1,170 cc boxer-twin engine. The RnineT has 110 horsepower at 7,750 RPM and a whopping 85.5 foot-pounds of torque at 6,000 RPM.

This Scrambler version has a 19-inch front wheel, bigger tires, and a 43 mm front fork which with 4.92 inches of travel. The Scrambler has a steel tank instead, taller handlebars and exhaust, a beautiful brown leather seat, and repositioned foot pegs.

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