BMW Motorcycles

BMW R75 Military Sidecars of WWII

BMW R-75 1941-1944

Large numbers of BMW R75 motorcycle combinations entered service in the Spanish Army under Programm Bär, a trade agreement between Hitler's Germany and Franco, the intention being to increase trade between the countries and encourage Franco to join the war. Franco resisted, and in fact stationed large numbers of troops on the French border to discourage the Germans from crossing.

Produced: 1941-1944
Power: 26hp at 4.000 rpm
Capacity: 750cc
Engine: Boxer, overhead, Four Stroke, Twin Cylinder
Transmission: Cardan
Maximum speed: 95 Km/h
Weight: 420 Kg with sidecar

Courtesy Motos Antigua HD

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