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The R69 was BMW’s fastest road machine from 1955-69, with 100-plus MPH performance and a comfortable, reliable, smooth ride guaranteed. The R69 was BMW’s range leader and a “ne plus ultra” motorcycle; there was simply no other two-wheeler on the road which could compare, from any other manufacturer in Europe, England or the U.S. With a totally enclosed transmission including shaft drive, and exceptional casting and build quality, it was never questioned that the R69 would not only cruise comfortably down the freeway at more than 90 MPH, it would also stop more quickly than other any large-capacity machine, and at the end of the journey, not a drop of oil would be shed in the driveway or hotel forecourt. The original R69 was upgraded in the early ‘60s with improvements to the engine and transmission, becoming the R69S. These were popular machines and 11,417 R69Ss rolled out in their 9 years of production, but by the late 1960s, the writing was on the wall, and a new silhouette was required if BMW was to shed its growing image as an “old man’s bike.” The first step was to add telescopic forks to the model range in 1968, the US models that gave the line an upgraded, slightly more contemporary look. The US models handled a little better than the Earles-fork machines—you could still order the Earles fork if you had a sidecar to haul—and were an important step towards modernizing the brand, which came fully to fruition in 1970 with the introduction of the R75/5. This R69US is not restored even though it looks to be nearly new all paint is original. It has 25,400 miles, it was bought new and spent its entire life in Utah. We have done a full service including all fluids and new battery. She runs and rides perfect. Call John for details 770 447 6945x20

$24,500

Blue Moon Cycle Inc
Norcross, GA

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The R69 was BMW’s fastest road machine from 1955-69, with 100-plus MPH performance and a comfortable, reliable, smooth ride guaranteed. The R69 was BMW’s range leader and a “ne plus ultra” motorcycle; there was simply no other two-wheeler on the road which could compare, from any other manufacturer in Europe, England or the U.S. With a totally enclosed transmission including shaft drive, and exceptional casting and build quality, it was never questioned that the R69 would not only cruise comfortably down the freeway at more than 90 MPH, it would also stop more quickly than other any large-capacity machine, and at the end of the journey, not a drop of oil would be shed in the driveway or hotel forecourt. The original R69 was upgraded in the early ‘60s with improvements to the engine and transmission, becoming the R69S. These were popular machines and 11,417 R69Ss rolled out in their 9 years of production, but by the late 1960s, the writing was on the wall, and a new silhouette was required if BMW was to shed its growing image as an “old man’s bike.” The first step was to add telescopic forks to the model range in 1968, the US models that gave the line an upgraded, slightly more contemporary look. The US models handled a little better than the Earles-fork machines—you could still order the Earles fork if you had a sidecar to haul—and were an important step towards modernizing the brand, which came fully to fruition in 1970 with the introduction of the R75/5. This R69US is not restored even though it looks to be nearly new all paint is original. It has 25,400 miles, it was bought new and spent its entire life in Utah. We have done a full service including all fluids and new battery. She runs and rides perfect. Call John for details 770 447 6945x20

$24,500

Blue Moon Cycle Inc
Norcross, GA
1968 BMW R69S, Check out this original condition vintage beauty! Very low mileage on this lovely classic! All original!9525 milesSchorschmeier seatHeinrich fairing and lowersEnduro SaddlebagsBar end turn signals6 gallon tankEngine guardsAlloy sport rims

$20,000

9,500 miles
Dave Clark's Forever Endeavor Cycles
Pacific, MO
1965 BMW R69S, This beautifully restored classic has all the right stuff! Denfeld Tractor seat Albert mirrors, bar end turn-signals and the headlamp protector trim. Must see for the serious BMW collector. In June 1962, Cycle World magazine published a review of the R69S.  " Ask any motorcyclist what he considers to be the two-wheeled equivalent of the Rolls-Royce and you will almost certainly be told "BMW". That answer will not be too far wrong, either, except that the products coming from the Bayerische Motoren Werke incorporate a good deal more in advanced engineering features than the famous English car. Actually, the BMW motorcycle is more like the Mercedes than a Rolls-Royce: conservative in many respects, but quite advanced nonetheless. In any case, the BMW has attributes that make it unique, and it has acquired a reputation that makes it a "prestige" motorcycle - even among people who ordinarily don't give two wheelers a second glance. Whatever the BMW's merits in a contest of speed, it is still the smoothest, best finished, quietest and cleanest motorcycle it has ever been our pleasure to ride. To be honest, we think that anyone who would worry much over its performance-potential is a bit of a booby. The R69S is fast enough to handle any encounter, and it has attributes that are, in touring, infinitely more valuable than mere speed. All things considered, if we were planning a two-wheel style vacation/tour, the BMW would have to be our choice of mount. This BMW R69S originally came from a collector in Hong Kong where it had been on display in an office for a decade. Purchased by Bob's BMW in Jessup, MD, they reconditioned the bike about 7 and a half years ago and offered it for sale. The current owner bought it from Bob's in November 2009 with 17,000 miles. A couple of years ago, it was taken to Perry's Motorcycles in Ft Worth and there restored to its current near concours condition including the new paint and hand painted pinstriping. Every BMW expert who has examined the bike agrees that the mileage shown on the odometer is probably correct, slightly less than 20,000 in 52 years. The bike is so original that it still has the factory label on the air box, something seldom seen in these half century old classics. Bike Restoration work done at Perry's June 2016 • Paint work gas tank and fenders • Inside of gas tank coated • New hand grips • New Battery • New oil pan gaskets • New oil gaskets  • New rubber gasket on transmission  • All chrome and aluminum polished • Brand new correct German tires • Hand painted pinstripes • New wheel bearings On display and available for your collection at BMW Motorcycles of North Dallas. . Engine and transmission Displacement: 594.00 ccm (36.25 cubic inches) Engine type: Two cylinder boxer

$29,995

19,784 miles
European Cycle Sports LTD, Home of BMW Motorcycles of North Dallas
Plano, TX
Stock Number: 659683
1960 BMW R69 with rare, period correct Avonaire fairing. Only 2956 R69 models were produced by BMW from 1955 to 1960. Serial number 654401, putting this at the end of the serial number range (#652001-654955). Matching numbers stamped on engine, frame and headbadge. All parts intact– nothing is missing. I bought this R69 in 2011 with the intention of restoring it. It came from the original owner in Texarkana. It ran when I bought it, but it has been sitting in a storage unit ever since, and it needs to be gone over thoroughly before starting, or a restoration candidate. Yes, it has the rare R69 handlebar mounted ignition advance lever- very unusual to find intact. I'm in Austin, Texas and the title is clear and in my name. Please call or text. I'd prefer to talk to a person with a phone number to start. Inspections can be arranged.The website link with take you to a Dropbox folder with 32 images of the bike. Thanks, questions welcome.https://www.dropbox.com/sh/wmgbfp4413vjnin/AABU09YXgmPTm5EehOIIzOexa?dl=0

$12,500

OBO
Private Seller
Austin, TX
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