BMW Motorrad has a few good reasons, surprisingly.
Motorcycle aftermarket company Wunderlich creates a two-wheel drive BMW R1200GS with the help of Evolt, putting a 7.6-kW hub motor on the front axle.
The 2013 BMW HP4 is the track-ready version of the manufacturer's already mighty S1000RR, which puts the bike at the very tip top of the two-wheeled BMW food chain. The R1200GS, meanwhile, is intended to be a somewhat more utilitarian machine. Capable of conveying both rider and gear over vast distances and uncertain terrain, the big-boy GS is the Swiss army knife to the HP4's rapier. Or at least that's what we've always been led to believe. BMW recently rolled out some footage during a press la
All grown up, the R1200GS shows off its anniversary suite – Click above for high-res image gallery