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New shot at the Cruiser market

The motorcycle magazine Motorcyclist in their "up to speed" column has a image of a potential BMW Cruiser. It has three cylinders in a slightly less than 90 degree for and aft layout, like a section of a radial engine. Push rods used to make the heads smaller. Those guys are always thinking it seems. Looks like it is air cooled to boot.

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It has three cylinders in a slightly less than 90 degree for and aft layout, like a section of a radial engine. Push rods used to make the heads smaller. Those guys are always thinking it seems. Looks like it is air cooled to boot.

April 1st is just around the corner

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Re: New shot at the Cruiser market

Jeeze, it is their April issue.
Too much detail in the article seems to me.

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