bmw c1

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bmw c1

Postby helixnz » Fri Jun 26, 2020 4:58 am

Do any old helix,s ? think this in good nick would be something to collect .Bearing in mind these puppies were never imported to the USA. SORRY A EURO ? ONLY
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Re: bmw c1

Postby FREDESBO_Paris » Thu Apr 22, 2021 4:56 am

Hello from Paris,
I have had C1 for more that 20 years. It's a very practical bike : all weather and the case can hold two full large grocery bags.
and safe too : My first motivation was that I could not afford the luxury of breaking a leg (or worse).
I still can't. so I have 2 C1 200cc and it's my regular and ultimate daily urban bike.

But I got & restored myself a "SPAZIO" as the CN 250 is called here, to offer my wife a decent drive when we have to go around town together !

The C1's "sissy" passager's seat behind the "pillar" is hardly practical and not very pleasant.

We love our SPAZIO !
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Re: bmw c1

Postby helixnz » Thu Apr 22, 2021 5:58 am

Awesome when you have the best of both worlds. Who wants for more.
Both are completely different but equally awesome ugly and loved
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