Lukas Lehmann
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BMW R65 It’s the work of Xabi Ithurralde, and it took him ten months to build. The slightly ungainly looks of the stock R65 are gone, replaced by the more athletic build of a scrambler: Xabi’s goal was to create “a narrow and light motorcycle to drive off road.” He chose a BMW R65 rather than a larger bike because the short-stroke boxer engine revs eagerly, and the weight—at just over 200 kg wet—is very manageable.

BMW R65 It’s the work of Xabi Ithurralde, and it took him ten months to build. The slightly ungainly looks of the stock R65 are gone, replaced by the more athletic build of a scrambler: Xabi’s goal was to create “a narrow and light motorcycle to drive off road.” He chose a BMW R65 rather than a larger bike because the short-stroke boxer engine revs eagerly, and the weight—at just over 200 kg wet—is very manageable.

If you’ve been lucky enough to be exposed to classic motorcycles for any length of time, particularly classic European motorcycles, you’ve probably come across some of the books written by Ian Falloon. Thanks to a deserved reputation for thorough research, Falloon’s become one of the most trusted sources for detailed information on marques such as Ducati, Moto Guzzi, Laverda and BMW. (A Motorcycle Classics review of The BMW Boxer Twins Bible. read more at motorcycleclassics.com)

If you’ve been lucky enough to be exposed to classic motorcycles for any length of time, particularly classic European motorcycles, you’ve probably come across some of the books written by Ian Falloon. Thanks to a deserved reputation for thorough research, Falloon’s become one of the most trusted sources for detailed information on marques such as Ducati, Moto Guzzi, Laverda and BMW. (A Motorcycle Classics review of The BMW Boxer Twins Bible. read more at motorcycleclassics.com)