Just days after the official
sales launch of the new BMW M2 Coupe, BMW is presenting a tribute to the BMW M
family’s compact high-performance sports car: the BMW Cruise M Bike Limited Edition.
A core stylistic element of the bike is its Long Beach Blue metallic paint
finish, which matches the official colour of the BMW M2 Coupe.
Like the M2 Coupe, the BMW
Cruise M Bike Limited Edition – which will be produced in a limited run of
1,500 units – boasts exceptional dynamics and agility. The bike cuts a powerful
figure thanks to the hydro-formed aluminium frame’s distinctive “bullneck” –
reminiscent of the tank position on a motorcycle – and its clear transitions in
form. Sumptuous, smooth welded seams lend a single-mould look to the frame
design. And, like its automotive inspiration, the two-wheeler uses an
eye-catching Long Beach Blue metallic colour scheme to highlight its confident
character and spread joy through the ranks of BMW M aficionados and beyond.
The bike’s striking design
concept is complemented by high-quality technical components, which generate a
special feeling on the road. The carbon seat post and spacer ensure the BMW
Cruise M Bike Limited Edition is a light yet also a strong device. With larger
wheels (now 28 inches), a 30-gear system and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, it
has all the tools to deliver the last word in riding pleasure – on straight
roads and twisty or hilly routes alike. Every example of the limited-run special
edition also has its own specially made plaque.
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