When it comes to the latest machines to roll out of the factory on two wheels, the internet is rife with review articles. This is great if you are looking for a new bike, but what if you are looking for something in the used market that pre-dates the world wide web by, say, a couple of decades or more? If you are lucky you might turn up an old issue of Cycle World that has been digitized and contains a review of the motorcycle you are interested in, but some of the information will certainly be dated and Cycle World only goes back to In an effort to provide more up-to-date information on some of the iconic motorcycles of the 20th century, I'll be test riding and writing reviews of motorcycles you are not going to find in your typical Craig's List ad. And if you do, you're certainly not going to be able to take it for a spin before you buy it. When it comes to motorcycle engines, BMW's opposed twin is easily the most recognizable from any angle.
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