One of the highlights of the 1951 International Bicycle and Motorcycle Show(IFMA) in Frankfurt was the R 68 that went into production in mid-1952. With its 594 cc engine delivering 35 hp at a comparatively high 7.000 rpm and with a top speed of 160 km/h, it entered motorcycle history as the “100-mile racer”. The BMW R 68 was a sporty motorbike with welded tubular frame and telescopic fork to the front but still had the direct rear wheel suspension at the back.
Ginion Classics has its roots within Ginion Group, the privately owned Belgian automotive company importing luxury and sports car brands and active in sales and after sales activities for various premium car and motorcycle brands. The company also has a department dedicated to leisure vehicles and is preparing for the future filled with autonomous vehicles and extensive car sharing.
Stéphane Sertang has been holding for over 20 years the steering wheel of the company and his vision is driving all departments full of passion towards a bright futureREAD MORE