The BMW R90S is a 900cc sport motorcycle produced by BMW from 1973 to 1976. BMW commissioned designer Hans Muth to oversee the R90S, which became the flagship of the boxer engined “/6” range. Sporting distinctive two-tone paintwork, a bikini fairing and a new tail, the R90S was intended to shrug off the enduring image of BMW bikes as staid and utilitarian.
The machine was first delivered to Holland and was first registered there by Mr. Merbis with the registration number XR-38-34. The BMW has extensive documentation and invoices for maintenance dating back to 1996.
It has always been lovingly maintained which reflects its current condition. A complete service was recently done. The previous owner has informed us that the machine is 2nd hand and that the read mileage of 58,976km is all original mileage.
The R90 S still has its original paint. Type plate matches with frame and engine number. Part of the machine is the original papers from Holland and papers from Germany.