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2004 BMW Montauk Photo Gallery
A new feature on all Cruisers is the EVO brake system as well as Integral ABS available as an option.
Photos of the 2004 BMW Montauk.
2004 BMW Montauk First Ride
The Montauk has enough chrome to satisfy any cruiser rider's needs.
The clutch and brake lines are now braided stainless steel.
'The R 1200 C Montauk is a purist Cruiser without a fairing' - BMW Press.
The 1170 cc Boxer is claimed to produce around 61 hp and 72 lb-ft at 3,000 rpm - we would agree that is in the ballpark.
Ken 'Hawkeye' Glassman poses with the Black Sapphire metallic Montauk.
Rear suspension comes with a single rear shock absorber that incorporates a new feature called Travel-Related Damping.
The new R 1200 C Montauk comes from the factory equipped with full integral anti-lock brakes (ABS) and comes standard with both Digital Motor Electronics and a three-way catalytic converter.
The front suspension features a caster setting designed for a relaxed riding position. The Telelever fork is carried over from the R 1200 CL, as is the wide 150mm tire.
The stacked headlight, small windscreen and wide front fender give the Montauk a healthy, unique look from the front.
The R 1200 C Montauk's instrument cluster includes an electronic speedometer, tachometer, and a new housing.
This is the third model in the BMW Cruiser family since the original R 1200 C was introduced in 1997.
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