Magnifique BMW R90S de 1976 avec 8312km. (2ème série)

Moto belge, matching numbers (moteur/cadre : 4092261) et dans une belle livrée Silver Smoke.

La restauration de 2001 a porté sur tous les points mécaniques et esthétiques (Moteur/BV/pont/suspensions /pneus/ – peinture…)

6000km parcouru depuis la restauration. (moto fiable et robuste)

Dernier entretien en janvier 2024 (vidange moteur/filtre, boite,pont, cardan, freins, bougies, filtre à air, synchro, avance)

Options : béquille centrale, barres de protection chromée, support de valises, allumage électronique, double disque ventilé, batterie 12V, pont 33/11 , carburateurs Dellorto PHM38…

Vendue avec double des clefs, papiers et carnet.

Possibilité d’équiper la moto avec des valises Krauser.

Visible sur Wavre sur RDV. Livraison possible dans toute l’Europe.

Prix : 12 950€


0497 83 49 65


N’hésitez pas à nous suivre sur Facebook/Instagram : FlatWin atelier BMW indépendant ou flatwin.be


Prachtige BMW R90S uit 1976 met 8312km. (2e serie)

Belgische motorfiets, matching nummers (motor/frame: 4092261) en in een prachtige Silver Smoke kleurstelling.

De restauratie van 2001 omvatte alle mechanische en esthetische punten (motor/versnellingsbak/brug/ophangingen/banden/ – verf, etc.)

6000 km gereden sinds restauratie. (betrouwbare en robuuste motorfiets)

Laatste onderhoud in januari 2024 (motor/filter vervangen, versnellingsbak, as, kruiskoppeling, remmen, bougies, luchtfilter, synchro, vervroeging)

Opties: middenbok, verchroomde beschermstangen, koffersteun, elektronische ontsteking, dubbel geventileerde schijf, 12V accu, 33/11 brug, Dellorto PHM38 carburateurs, etc.

Verkocht met dubbele sleutels, papieren en notitieboekje.

Mogelijkheid om de motorfiets uit te rusten met Krauser-koffers.

Zichtbaar in Waver op afspraak. Levering mogelijk door heel Europa.

Prijs: € 12.950

0497 83 49 65

Vol gons op Facebook/Instagram : FlatWin atelier BMW indépendant of flatwin.be



Magnificent BMW R90S from 1976 with 8312km. (2nd series)

Belgian motorcycle, matching numbers (engine/frame: 4092261) and in a beautiful Silver Smoke livery.

The 2001 restoration covered all mechanical and aesthetic points (engine/gearbox/bridge/suspensions/tyres/ – paint, etc.)

6000km traveled since restoration. (reliable and robust motorcycle)

Last maintenance in January 2024 (engine/filter change, gearbox, axle, universal joint, brakes, spark plugs, air filter, synchro, advance)

Options: central stand, chrome protection bars, suitcase support, electronic ignition, double ventilated disc, 12V battery, 33/11 bridge, Dellorto PHM38 carburettors, etc.

Sold with duplicate keys, papers and notebook.

Possibility of equipping the motorcycle with Krauser cases.

Visible in Wavre by appointment. Delivery possible throughout Europe.

Price: €12,950

0032 497 83 49 65

Follow us on Facebook/Instagram : FlatWin atelier BMW indépendant or flatwin.be



Bmw r69s, bmw r25, Bmw r90s, bmw r90 s, bmw r75/5, bmw r75/6 bmw r100 s, r 100 s, r80gs, r100gs, r 80 gs, r 100 gs, r80rt, r100rt, r75/5, bmw gs, suzuki gt750, honda cb750 four, honda cb350, yamaha sr500 , yamaha rz201, honda gl1000 goldwing, norton classic, bmw r80, cafe racer, bobber


Catégories : ,


Where did it come from?
Back in the early 1970s BMW suffered from a staid, sensible, beardy touring image. The R90S was a deliberate move to change that perception.

Based on the R75/5 and styled by Hans Muth, the R90S was the flagship of the /6 range, with the engine bored out to 898cc and making 67bhp at 7000rpm, with a new-for-1973 five-speed gearbox.

It was the first BMW with twin discs, had a unique bikini fairing and weighed just 200kg. Flat out, with the rider tucked behind that fairing, the R90S could top 125mph.

It was a real alternative to the superb Honda CB750 – although it cost
a lot more then the Japanese bike.

What changed? Very little, in the three years the R90S was made. The twin discs were drilled from 1974 to aid wet weather braking, and the crankshaft and main bearings were beefed up in 1975 to prevent flex at high revs. A kickstart was optional, the gearbox was  improved and the starter motor strengthened. The 1976 bikes had new crankcases, swingarm and calipers.

Why do people like it? It had traditional BMW quality – each bike was assembled by one technician. There was a truly unique airbrushed paint finish, the most popular blending from Daytona orange into smoke grey; they were all slightly different.

Cult rating 4/5 It succeeded in transforming BMW’s image, not just visually but through a return to sporting success, with excellent performances at Daytona and the Isle of Man TT races. Nowadays BMW are cool and the R90S is the coolest of them all. Much admired by BMW’s own designers, it was also the inspiration for the Roland Sands Concept 90 that paved the way for the hugely successful R nineT production bike. It has a magical mix of classic looks with modern performance and usability. Spares are available and prices solid.

The problem is… The only thing people complained about at the time was that the pinstriping on the first bikes was stuck on as opposed to being painted on, because the workers in the factory couldn’t get it straight enough.


Without the R90S… There would have been no R100RS and consequently no S1000RR or possibly any of the world-beaters produced since the ’70s by a company energised by the R90S.

Informations complémentaires