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BMW accessory specialist Wunderlich at Salon du 2 Roues in Lyon 2020
13th - 16th February 2020 / Hall 5.1 / Stand 12
Many of BMW motorcycle specialist Wunderlich‘s customers come from France. „We are happy to welcome our French customers at our company headquarters in Grafschaft, whether it‘s to visit our Test Centre or our store and the exhibition, or whether it‘s to be a part of one of our popular events. That‘s why it‘s very important to us when we make it to Lyon once a year for Salon du 2 Roues so we can meet our French customers in France. Here we present you with our most important, latest, exciting developments and concept bikes in collaboration with our sales representatives. We look forward to seeing our French visitors and the pleasant, relaxed conversations to come“, says Frank Hoffmann, managing director of Wunderlich GmbH.
At Salon, Wunderlich will be showcasing the BMW R 1250 GS HP, F 750 GS, K 1600 B Grand America, R 1250 R, R nineT regular and the Scooter C 400 X, all fully kitted out with brand new Wunderlich components. This entire spectrum of products will be on show. Anyone who wants to personalise and optimise the ergonomics, suspension or design of their BMW will definitely find what they‘re looking for. The same goes for sophisticated luggage solutions and the comprehensive active and passive protection for the machine. For fans and friends of conversions, the team from Grafschaft will be bringing their internationally praised R nineT „Green Hell“ concept bike with 21“ front wheel and 70 mm suspension lift to Lyon, a reinterpretation of the Wunderlich Enduro based on the R nineT Scrambler. This stand-alone concept visibly conveys all the possibilities of Wunderlich products.
Whether it‘s an upgrade or a conversion, Wunderlich components always stand for top quality, functionality, the best materials and careful manufacture. You can find the world of Wunderlich in Hall 5.1 | Stand 12.
There‘s something for every BMW rider and it‘s well worth the visit!
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