BMW offer motorcycle models for most levels of age and experience. They also offer on-road and off-road training, and organise tours in the UK which aim to introduce and educate you on riding their motorcycles.
If you own a BMW motorcycle it might be worth looking at our range of guides on motorbike insurance for a better understanding of the insurance process.
You may be a motorcycle fanatic or a new learner, but with BMW their is a motorcycle for everyone. If you tend to use your motorcycle off-road, there could be an increased chance of having an accident. An insurance policy could cover you for any accidental damage to your bike.
If your motorbike is really powerful there could be an increased chance of having an accident. A provider may take this into account when calculating your policy. Other things that may be taken into the insurance calculation process could be your age, level of experience and the overall cost of your bike.
Below is a list of the different ranges that are available from BMW. They are grouped mainly by engine size.
- maxi scooters also known as urban Mobility Vehicles (UMV)
- Parallel-twin engines of 798 cc capacity
- Single cylinder engines of 449 to 652 cc capacity
- Twin-cylinder boxer engines of 1,170 cc capacity
- Four cylinder engines of 1,170 cc capacity.
Below is a table filled with a sample of the newest BMW motorcycles available. We have listed the different engine sizes and starting prices. Please note that these prices do not include VAT.
||K 1300 S
||R 1200 RT
||R 1200 R
||C 600 Sport
*All above information was taken from bmw-motorrad.co.uk