BMW revealed its two maxi-scooters at the EICMA today, the C 650 Sport and C 650 GT, both powered by a Parallel Twin engine mated to a continuously variable transmission mounted in a tubular steel bridge frame.
- BMW kept the tail section of the C 600 Sport by running a single-sided swingarm and keeping the bodywork to a minimum.
- The cockpit of the C 650 scooters is attractive and functional.
- The front fairing of the C 650 GT has small cubby holes for additional storage space.
- If you didn't know this was a scooter, you might not know based solely on the look of the front bodywork.
- BMW unveiled its two performance-minded scooters at the EICMA today, the C 650 GT and the C 600 Sport.
- BMW chose the C 600 Sport to debut its FlexCase storage system.
- The BMW C 600 Sport is powered by a 647cc Parallel Twin engine.
- Heated seats and heated grips are optional accessories for BMW's 650 line of scooters.
- A cast aluminum single-sided swingarm anchors the rear of the C 600 Sport.
- ABS is standard on both of BMW's maxi-scooters.
- The BMW C 600 Sport may have the looks and performance to sway a few motorcyclists to the scooter side.
- It's a BMW, so you know the C 600 Sport will offer a spirited ride.
- The powerful Parallel Twin of the C 650 scooters should be able to handle two-up riding, no problem.