|Marca||BMW Motorcycles||Tipo di moto||Street||Anno||1954|
|Modello||R25/3 1954 250cc 1 cyl||Condizione||Restaurato||Colore||Nero|
|Versione||R25/3 1954 250cc 1 cyl|
|Tipo di moto||Street|
Engine type: 4-stroke / ohv
Frame number: 301117
Engine number: 287893
BMW's first new post-war model was a single-cylinder design - the 250cc R24 - which arrived in 1948 looking pretty much like the pre-war R23 but producing an additional 2bhp. It was superseded in 1950 by the R25, which featured plunger rear suspension but was otherwise very similar. An improved R25/2 version was introduced during 1951 incorporating a stronger crankshaft and minor revisions to the front mudguard stays and seat springing. Built between 1953 and 1956, the final R25 variant - R25/3 - featured a new telescopic front fork, full-width alloy hubs and alloy wheel rims as the principal upgrades.
This 1954 BMW R25/3 is an older restoration and runs well.