published at 09.10.2015, 10:17

Markus makes his mark and WSBK beckons…

After winning the inaugural BMW Motorrad Race Trophy last November, Markus Reiterberger has gone from strength to strength, winning this year’s IDM International German Championship SUPERBIKE with a round to spare. After wrapping up his IDM season in style with a pole position, a victory and a second place at the final round in Hockenheim, the Van Zon-Remeha-BMW rider got a taste of Superbike... [more ...]

published at 02.08.2015, 10:32

Queen of Speed meets and greets the King of BMW Motorrad engines

Valerie Thompson is fast becoming a firm favourite with fellow racers and supporters of Land Speed Racing in the U.S.A. The plucky American girl is also gaining a lot of fans in Europe especially among BMW riders because of her record-setting rides astride her S 1000 RR. Now she has taken delivery of a new engine – a very special engine.... [more ...]

published at 24.07.2015, 17:42

Everything’s all right with ‘Reiti’

Last November, at the BMW Pavillon in the heart of Munich, Markus Reiterberger was crowned the first ever BMW Motorrad Race Trophy Champion. This pioneering motorsport initiative is a kind of 'world championship' for BMW racers and sees participants from all the continents compete in this competition dedicated to the worldwide community of teams, riders and customers who put their faith in racing... [more ...]

published at 10.07.2015, 12:42

Guy Martin and Tyco BMW victorious at Southern 100

Just days after spending the weekend at the BMW Motorrad Days festival in Germany, Guy Martin has been in race action in the Isle of Man on board his Tyco BMW S 1000 RR, where he won an enthralling Ellan Vallin Fuels Senior race at the Southern 100 event on the evening of Wednesday 8 July. ... [more ...]

published at 19.06.2015, 10:26

BMW riders on the podium at the Isle of Man TT

The most legendary road racing event of the year is over for another 12 months and there have been two podiums for the BMW S 1000 RR at this year’s IOMTT. In the Superstock TT, Michael Dunlop finished second and Lee Johnston was third, with five RRs crossing the line within the top seven. In both the Superbike TT and the Senior TTs, half of the top ten places went to BMW riders.... [more ...]