BMW F 800 GS “Light”

BMW HP2 Sport SpeedCruiser

BMW K 1300R Caranguejeira

BMW R 1200GS Jararaca

 BMW R1200GS

“Digimoto” R1200R by Christian Zanzotti

BMW R Nine TT
Hybrid BMW R1200GS LC 2WD

BMW S 1000RR Piranha

BMW S 1000RR Curarê

BMW S 1000RR MadMax

   

About Wunderlich

We are now offering for more than a quarter century functional products for the individual and perfect motorcycle

The young company moved again and specialized completely on the brand BMW. In 1991, the Wunderlich stand at the IFMA in Cologne attracted numerous visitors and the strongly refined BMW R 100 GS was a real highlight. One year later, a 67 pages strong catalogue, which included more than 200 accessory parts for the Bavarian brand, was published.

Only four years later, the circulation of our BMW accessory catalogues was increased to annually more than 20.000 pieces. The staff consisted of 12 employees and counted hundreds of customers, developed new ERGO seats and screens, edited annually new catalogues and in 1998 they had a great success at the INTERMOT in Munich. The year 2000 was an important milestone in our company history. As one of the first enterprises in the two-wheeled sector we were certified under standard DIN/ISO 9001 and could therefore apply for TÜV-reports. One year later our certification was expanded to DIN/EN/ISO 9001:2000 (German Federal Motor Transport Authority compliant). With this, we were the absolute forerunners in the motorcycle sector.
More than 28 years ago, we started to produce high quality accessories for BMW motorcycles. Today, our development apartment is creating individually tailored accessories to convert a standard BMW to your BMW.

Our successful business story began as a classic garage career. In 1985, Erich Wunderlich worked in his parents’ garage at his Yamaha single-cylinders XT and SR. His first modifications quickly found a lot of interested customers. The first catalogue consisted of 8 pages and included an innovative direct lubrication of the overhead camshaft and other interesting inventions. Two years later, the garage was too small and so he moved to a warehouse next to the railway station in Ahrweiler.  The various programs included products for suspension optimization as well as extensive performance enhancements and it was no longer manageable for a single person. So, Peter Hoppe, who is today the operation manager, became in 1988 the first employee of Erich Wunderlich.