Duane Aushermans Site

What else can one ask for when you get stuck with your Airhead? This BMW guru has an answer for the novice, the more experienced and the very experienced. As well as explaining in depth in plain English, Duane has used photographs.

Motoren Israel

A small workshop in Germany run by a couple and does all you can wish for your Airhead. Very reasonably priced, I have used them a lot. They delivered most of my new parts. Recomend them to anyone. Nice online catalogue. Check out their Power Kits and unleaded conversions. They sell the Silent Hektik Digital Ignition too.

OMEGA Ignition For US and Canada

The crankshaft mounted OMEGA Electronic Ignition was designed for the 1-Cylinder and 2-Cylinder BMW motorcycles equipped with battery ignition and 6V/12V electrical systems with the aim of removing systematic errors and disadvantages of the points ignition, such as: The possibility of choosing 1 out of 10 pre-programmed advance curves allows an individual "tuning" of the engine/motorcycle for solo or sidecar operation on flat country or in the mountains. The correct advance curve allows the engine to develop its full potential at every rpm.


Another German site with English pages selling loads of accessories for the BMW. I have spoken to them on the phone and sent them some mail and they seem to know what they talk about.

Theo Terwel

A paintshop in the Netherlands specialising in bikes, especially BMWs. Look at his R90S (owns nine of them) and his racers. I have only spoken to him and he got my smoke mixed for me. Nice guy and linked to some interesting sites. Those of you who has  a R90S, he is organising the R90S meeting in Holland in September. I might be there too.

Silent Hektik

A German site with lots of stuff for the BMW. The most interesting for most of us might be the crankshaft driven digital ignition unit. If you are loaded and looking for a fuel injection system for the airhead, this is the site for you. 


Most of you do know about them though I have yet to buy something from them. Check out their forum.


UK based BMW dealer who has some of the classic panniers used.


Do I need to say more? Bought some parts and I got to know some very nice and friendly people there. John even remembers the frame number of my bike.


The A to Z of Motorcycling. Loads of info can be found here.


This british link has loads of info including colour charts and VIN Numbers.


This Dutch site has tons of links for everything motorcycles. The site is currently in the Dutch language but they are working on an English version.