2003 Bmw K 1200 Gt on 2040-motos
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2003 Bmw K 1200 GT, **SOLD** - Adrenaline, attitude and amenities. Put in enough miles and you come to realize that there's no such thing as compromising when you ride. Not if you're serious about it. When you're out there for hours you need punchy performance and absolute comfort. For that, you're going to want the K 1200 GT. We've taken the sporting power of the K 1200 RS and optimized it for the long haul. Dynamics and comfort, ergonomics and raw energy. You can see it all in the sleek lines and refined appearance of the GT. But wait 'til you climb on it. Powered by the same 4-cylinder, 130hp engine as the RS, the K 1200 GT runs on patented Telelever and Paralever suspension and stops with standard ABS and EVO braking technology. In short, we're talking total control here. p>But that's only half the story. A completely restyled front end, with dynamically adjustable windshield, additional fairing elements and modifications to the handlebars, brings the K 1200 GT to a new level of comfort and convenience too. Add to this a newly contoured heated seat (and optional heated pillion seat) and you're ready for the road ahead -- rain, shine or... or snow. So for the rider unwilling to give up the punch of a sport engine but demanding the relaxed comfort of touring luxury, the K 1200 GT represents a worthy steed for your life's adventures.
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