From James Bond 'Tomorrow Never Dies'
The BMW R1200C is a cruiser motorcycle manufactured by BMWMotorrad. From 1997 to 2004, BMW manufactured 40,218 units. BMW first released the R1200C with an advance promotional placement of the motorcycle in the 1997 James Bond film "tomorrow Never Dies".
At the time of its introduction, the cruiser configuration represented more than half the US motorcycle market. The R1200C was BMW's attempt to tap into this market, and was a significant departure from their previous endeavors. The R1200C was designed by BMW head designer David Robb, featuring a cruiser riding posture. From its inception, the R1200C featured a passenger seat that could fold up to become a driver backrest with three different angles, adjustable while riding.
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