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BMW D1200R concept

BMW D1200R concept

BMW D1200R concept

BMW D1200R concept
Make BMW (based)
Model D1200R
Concept year 2008
Production year -
Engine BMW boxer twin 1200cc

The D1200R is a BMW based prototype motorcycle by Pablo Gonzalez de Chaves and Carlos Beltran.

The D1200R is based on the BMW R1200R, however extensive modifications have been made including a new chassis, new front suspension and distinctive bodywork.

The project, which took over a year to complete, started with a BMW R1200R which was fitted with sensors and taken to the track. After gathering a huge amount of data a thorough top-to-bottom redesign began.

Beginning with exploratory sketches the design process went through various stages before ending up as a 3D computer model. Using the computer model the team were able to machine all the custom parts necessary for construction of the bike.

The chassis of the BMW D1200R is machined from aluminium before being powder coated black to match the bodywork. Into the chassis fits the 1200cc Boxer twin engine which also acts as a stressed member of the frame.



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