News BMW Motorrad UK Launches Online Service Area

BMW Motorrad UK Launches Online Service Area

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BMW Motorrad UK has launched a comprehensive new section on its website for owners, which features a full electronic parts catalog, ten years’ worth of owner’s manuals which can be read and downloaded and a tire choosing and fitment guide.

Designed to help owners and riders save time when servicing, ordering parts and selecting tires for their BMW Motorcycles, the new Online Service Area is a vast resource of easily-reached information which covers every BMW Motorrad model of the past decade.

Conrad Parker (BMW Motorrad’s National Aftersales Manager) says: “We wanted to give our customers an online, up-to-date resource which will help them both save time and, for the technically minded, learn all about their BMW Motorcycle. Whether you’re looking for a specific part to order or simply want to discover how your bike works, the new Online Service Area has it all.

“Customers can enter their machine’s Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) to get information on every part for their motorcycle, to view and download a copy of the original Owner’s Manual and see the factory-approved tyre fitment guide. This innovation from BMW Motorrad will make owning and servicing one of our motorcycles easier and more rewarding than ever.”

The Online Service Area is updated dynamically and is linked to the central computer network at BMW Motorrad in Munich, meaning that any changes to part numbers or specifications is instantly adjusted on the UK website.

Also available on the Online Service Area is an international language translation tool which features downloadable and printable flash cards with a range of useful motorcycle and travel-based phrases and questions for over twenty languages.

To explore BMW Motorrad UK’s new free Online Service Area, visit

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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