Fair enough, there’s some history there to be celebrated. BMW Motorrad dates back to 1923, and the first BMW motorcycle to go into production was the iconic R32, with its air-cooled, flat-twin boxer. And while BMW may have introduced a rider equipment range back in 1978, the company’s Heritage segment didn’t come around until the launch of the BMW R nineT in 2014. Well, hang on, ’cause it’s set to expand dramatically to coincide with BMW Motorrad’s announced launch of a new production motorcycle in the second half of 2020. That, folks, will mark BMW’s entry—or rather, reentry—into the cruiser segment.