Time will tell.
The disconnect between BMW design, marketing, engineering, and accounting may still prevail. (Just look at the nonsensical designation changes from F650 singles to G650 singles to the f 800/650 twins).
Even if kbasa doesn't know more than he's telling, I'm following what he says - there's room for much change.
Given the environmental constraints of today vs what old fashioned engines can deliver, it will be interesting to see what BMW cobbles together.
It would be nicer if they produced some of the NLA parts from the real retro bikes. Can I get an Amen?
Merritt Island, FL
When a person asks you for advice, they don't want advice. They want corroboration.