Here's a bit of video of the 1928 BMW R52 we're entering in the cannonball.
Love the video! Bike is sounding great. Best of luck with your adventure
Looking for a "stecktank" BMW to restore!
Hope to see you at the National M/C museum in Anamosa, Iowa.
Best of Luck
Jim Shaw, Gateway Riders BMW club
Great video,If you need anything passing by WI give a shout!!
That video was so cool I jsut got into the industry and didn't know they went back that far! It's crazy how much motorcycles have changed.
Your bike looks and sounds superb. Well done.
Looking good. We'll be following you on your blog. It should be quite an adventure. Good Luck!
P.S. Remember to drink lots of water!
Your journey in the R52 should be enjoyable and challenging. I hope you complete your dream of riding every mile and I admire what you are doing.
Why do you need a chase van? Isn't it a BMW?
When do you think bikes up to 1956 might be allowed? I await the opportunity.
Friend of the Marque
BMW MOA #115, VBMWMO #2
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