Here is a listing of web links relating to BMW motorcycles.
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Konrad Jankowski is a major source of prewar restoration bits and has a lot more than what is currently shown on his website. Koni speaks decent English and experience has shown him to be reliable. He is a source for BMW parts as well as other brands such as Zündapp, DKW, and NSU.
Richard sews custom seat covers for the rubber "tractor saddle" style seats originally made by Denfeld and Pagusa for the bikes from the 1936 R5 through the end of the "/2" series in 1969. These covers tie on underneath the saddle and have room for padding, giving a plush, comfortable ride.
They offer stainless steel parts and fasteners, Mikuni carburetor conversion kits, lifetime silicone gaskets, Boyer electronic ignitions, and other hard to find accessories for vintage BMW, Norton, Triumph, and BSA motorcycles.
Bill & Chris Blake
9 Bonazzoli Ave.
Hudson, MA 01749