This new turned, 1954 BMW Rennsport RS54 is one of remarkable new two- wheelers and first racing motorcycle designs to come out of Germany in the post-war period. The front suspension was made under license from the Englishman Ernie Earles, most advanced available design at the time and the BMW Rennsport RS54 was a 130kg (286lb) DOHC racing machine that produced 45hp from its boxer-twin.
It isn’t known how many RS54s are still around today but most estimates put the number at somewhere between 15 and 18. It’s thought that only 24 were built between 1953 and 1954 though this number has been called into question. This particular bike was seen in Lag Las Vegas Motorcycle Auction. The sale price of this bike is between $145,000 and $165,000 USD. Find out the photos given below.