BMW HP2 Enduro

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BMW HP2 Enduro
ManufacturerBMW Motorrad
ClassDual Sport
Engine1,170 cc air/oil cooled boxer twin
Power105 hp (78 kW) @ 7,000 rpm[1]
Torque75 foot-pounds (102 N⋅m) @ 5,500 rpm[1]
Frame typeTrellis tube frame
Suspension45 mm telescoping fork
Weight386 lb (175 kg)[1] (dry)
RelatedR1200GS, HP2 Megamoto, HP2 Sport

The HP2 Enduro is a motorcycle manufactured by BMW Motorrad from 2005 to 2008.[2][3] It is a "High Performance" (HP) dirt bike based on the engine and electronics from the R1200GS adventure-touring model.[1] The use of a trellis tube frame, a conventional fork rather than Telelever, and other modifications, make it 53 lb (24 kg) lighter than the corresponding R1200GS.[1]

The HP2 Enduro was discontinued in 2008.[4]

Approximately 2910 HP2 Enduro's were produced in total: 2517 Euro Spec bikes and 393 US spec bikes.


  1. ^ a b c d e First Look: BMW HP2, Motorcyclist, February 2009, retrieved 2011-01-01
  2. ^ BMW HP2 model information (2005-2008), Motor Cycle News, retrieved 2011-01-01
  3. ^ BMW HP2 Enduro (2005 - 2008), Visor Down, retrieved 2011-01-01
  4. ^ BMW Motorrad Canada announces 2009 Product and Pricing, BMW, April 11, 2008, retrieved 2011-01-01

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