Heritage means you belong to a culture or society that respects traditions created in the past, but still have historical significance and relevance today. There is no better example than these three BMWs. They represent cutting-edge technology through the ages, but they still respect their roots and have never lost the Soul of Motorcycling.
The R62 was released by BMW in 1928 and they sold this model for just two years. It cost 1,650 Reichsmarks – the equivalent of one year’s salary for the average German. It had a 750cc motor with a top speed of 70mph. A lightning pace for the 1920s. A total of 4,355 units were made.
The BMW R51 was BMW’s second post-World War Two 500cc motorcycle. It covered the late1940’s to early 1950’s period and had three model updates during that time.
The BMW R18 Midnight SE is BMW’s latest big bore boxer. A fusion of classic looks, cruising style and modern technology, but still invoking the history and the iconic hallmarks of the BMW brand. Every detail of the R18 Midnight Special Edition has been carefully selected to pay homage to BMW's rich heritage. From the sleek lines of the fuel tank to the elegant blacked out accents, this special edition R18 features a Black Powertrain and Black Cast Wheels for a powerful presence on the road. It also has an Akrapovič Black Rear Silencer, Machined Fuel Filler Cap, Headlight Cover and Speedometer Housing. Plus Custom "Midnight SE" Engine Badges.
If you would like to experience the perfect blend of classic style and modern BMW performance, you need to see Procycles BMW. We are the BMW Heritage experts. See the biggest range of Heritage motorcycles in Australia at Procycles BMW Sydney. We know them. We ride them. Come In and Feed Your Soul.