Best Motorcycle Wednesday, or BMW, as today is now called. We collected the first G310R from local BMW dealer, Wollaston BMW, this afternoon, with a view to getting a look at one as a head start on our GS310R kit, but the GS version could be a few months away. So, as both bikes share the same chassis and many other parts, it seemed a swift way to start development of what we think will become a very popular entry-level motorcycle, at an extremely attractive price, and backed by BMW's global support service. We already new about the 310 from a suspension point of view a long time ago through our partners TracTive Suspension in the Nederlands, who manufacture all the Touratech suspension for them, plus do a lot of consultancy work for the BMW factory on upcoming models, so for us at RR, as a niche manufacturer of parts to adapt/transform well-built, but average performance, adventure/trail bikes into much more focused travel bikes, the BMW 310 model range seemed to fit our profile. We have done very well expanding our business, first from the KTM 690 Enduro(based on our rally experience), then lately the popular Honda CB500X, so this new market entry bike from BMW seemed a logical step, especially as we already have an inside track on the suspension already.