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BMW Welcomes BMW Motorcycles of Oklahoma City to Dealer Network

BMW Welcomes BMW Motorcycles of Oklahoma City to Dealer NetworkBMW Motorrad USA

BMW Motorrad USA has expanded its brand in central Oklahoma with the opening of BMW Motorcycles of Oklahoma City.

The exclusive BMW motorcycle dealership, located at 417 Hudiburg Circle C (just off Interstate 40), offers a complete line of BMW motorcycles, parts, accessories, apparel and service capabilities in a newly built 7,000 square-foot retail facility. A grand opening celebration is planned Saturday, June 21.

“We are thrilled to be Oklahoma’s first exclusive BMW dealership and look forward to being an integral part of the Oklahoma City community,” commented General Manager A.C. Spencer, who has spent his entire career in the motorcycle retail business and opened BMW Motorcycles of Oklahoma City with majority owner Clayton Little.

“Our beautiful new dealership offers motorcycle enthusiasts a place to hang out and relax and build relationships with other riders in the area.”

“We look forward to welcoming loyal BMW customers as well as introduce other riders to the BMW brand,” says Spencer, who worked for a variety of motorcycle manufacturers until he became general manager of another BMW dealership in 2005. “Once I became involved with BMW, I never looked back,” he observed. “BMW’s technology, range of models and loyal customer base are unparalleled.”

“We are delighted to partner with A.C., Clayton and their team in bringing the BMW brand to Oklahoma City,” commented Lou Provato, Dealer Development Manager, BMW Motorrad USA. “They have the drive, determination and experience to build a superlative dealership in this region.”

For more information about BMW Motorcycles of Oklahoma City, visit or call (405) 948-4000. Showroom hours are Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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