About BMW HP2 Enduro Motorcycles - The BMW HP2 was designed by a team of specialists who had a passion for offroad motorsports, and were fully committed to the Boxer engine. HP is the abbreviation for “High Performance” and the “2” describes the two-cylinder Boxer engine. There are three BMW HP2 models. The BMW HP2 Enduro is based on the R1200GS, but tailored to the needs and preferences of the enduro rider. Lightweight at only 386 pounds with a low center of gravity, and near perfect ergonomics, the BMW HP2 proved itself by placing 3rd in the Baja 1000 in 2005, and took a first and third in the Austrian Erzberg Race. The BMW HP2 Megamoto is the supermoto version of the BMW HP2 Enduro. At just 393 lbs, 113 hp, inverted Marzocchi forks, an Ohlins rear shock and Brembo brakes, it enjoys sharp, extremely responsive handling. The BMW HP2 Sport features the most powerful Boxer engine ever designed by BMW. With an impressive 130 hp, this DOHC engine is a first for BMW. Complete with a carbon fiber aerodynamic fairing, Brembo brakes, Quickshifter technology, forged racing wheels, and a MotoGP inspired cockpit – this bike is race ready. BMW HP2 motorcycles are available in limited numbers.