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Is a BMW K75 a good beginner bike?

Is a BMW K75 a good beginner bike?

K75RTs are a topheavy bike and you would probably find riding it very awkward – especially at low speed – so I wouldn’t recommend it for someone with limited riding experience. (A K75RT is a GREAT bike though – I rode mine all around the country.) The other K75s are also a bit topheavy but not like the RTs.

Is BMW K75 fuel injected?

The K75 was introduced in 1985 sporting a 3-cylinder engine with a balance shaft and shaft rear drive.. The drivetrain was consistent (with minor upgrades) through the production run with Bosch LE-Jetronic analog fuel injection and an engine rated at 68hp and a 4.7 second 0-60 time.

How many cc’s is a BMW K75?

740 cc
The K75 engine had the same bore and stroke as the K100, yielding a displacement of 740 cc….K75.

1993 BMW K75
Manufacturer BMW
Class Standard
Engine Longitudinal DOHC I3, 740 cc (45 cu in)
Bore / stroke 67 mm × 70 mm (2.6 in × 2.8 in)

Is the BMW k75 a good motorcycle?

Far smoother than it’s big brother K bikes (until the K1200), the K75s is dependable, comfortable, somewhat sporty for its time, and an all around wonderful bike. Like others who once owned them, I’d love to have mine back again.

Is BMW k75 reliable?

What are the specs of a BMW K75?

BMW K75: specs. . DIMENSIONS. Overall length. 2220 mm / 87,4 in. Overall width. 850 mm / 33,5 in. Overall height. 1300 mm / 51,2 in.

What kind of engine does a BMW K 75rt have?

BMW K 75RT Year 1989-95 Production 21 264 units Engine Four-stroke, horizontal three cylinder in-line, DOHC, 2 valves per cylinder Capacity 740 cc / 45 cub. in. Bore x Stroke 67 x 70 mm Compression Ratio 11.0:1 Cooling Liquid cooled Lubrication Wet sump Induction Electronic injection, Bosch LE-Jetronic Starting Electric Max Power

How fast is the MyMy K75?

My K75 sees most of its kilometers done as a ride-to-work hack. But it is a BMW, and it is on the long, open road that its true character shines through. Take it up to cruising speed of 140-150 km/h and it changes into that characteristic lope that BMW somehow engineers into all its bikes.

What happened to the BMW K75?

There was a sporty-looking S, a general-purpose T and a touring RT model. The four-cylinders are still with us, in three different 1200cc models. But by 1995 the bells tolled for the K75. Although it was still selling strongly, the end of this line of bikes was firmly announced by BMW.

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