1995 Bmw R-series on 2040-motos
BMW R-Series description
-- Fast, comfortable, nicely balanced sport/touring bike.
-- Features BMW's smooth, powerful and durable Boxer engine
-- Adjustable seat, handlebars and windscreen assure an ideal riding position.
-- Nice condition with just a few minor scratches
-- Has always been garaged.
-- 45,700 miles and just two owners
-- All maintenance records.
Bar backs (relocate handlebars up and back for more comfort)
Two windscreens (smoked and clear)
@ 38,000 miles ($1,500):
New brakes (front and rear)
Oil and filter change.
@ 40,000 miles ($350):
New front and rear tires: Dunlop Roadsmarts
@ 42,000 miles ($100):
New, top-rated (more powerful than original) Odyssey battery
@ 43,000 miles ($947):
New braided steel brake lines (stronger than factory rubber lines)
New high-output headlight bulb
Clutch adjustment / Valve adjustment / Sync throttle body
Oil change / Transmission and rear drive fluid change
New alternator belt
New clutch starter interlock switch
**NOTE: Does not come with hard saddlebags as they have been sold
**NO SPAM, NO SCAMS, NO OFFERS TO SELL, NO OUT OF COUNTRY SALE
BMW R-Series for Sale
Moto blogFri, 12 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0800
Motorcyclists can now enjoy total freedom on the open road confident in the knowledge that their cell phones, GPS, MP3 players and latest generation of iPhone/iTouch devices will remain fully-charged and in-service for the duration of the ride thanks to Powerlet’s plug and play systems. “Our product line was inspired by personal experience and the realization that there were no worthwhile options for clean, reliable on-board power for cell phones, stereos and GPS devices,” says Powerlet Products founder Adam Bonislawaski. “Before we came on to the scene, riders would bust out the black tape and wire strippers and cut into their bike’s fragile wiring to tie-in a cheap cigar lighter to power their devices.Thu, 26 Apr 2012 00:00:00 -0700
BMW is issuing a recall on the 2012 BMW S1000RR because of a risk of engine failure. According to a post on the official BMW Motorcycles USA Facebook page, the connecting rod bolts may loosen and fall out. This may result cause the engine to seize, creating the risk of a crash.Fri, 17 Jul 2009 00:00:00 -0700
Following this year’s earlier Budget announcement about the government’s car scrappage scheme, Vines of Guildford BMW has created a similar scheme for motorcycles. Bike owners with motorcycles bought five or more years ago will be given £1,000 off the list price of a new BMW motorcycle when using their old bike as a part-exchange*. Riders just need to ensure they have at least six months MOT left and the bike must be taxed with clear HPI. Just like the Government’s car scrappage scheme has been put in place to help drivers, and the car industry, through tough economic times, Vines of Guildford wanted to offer motorcyclists the same opportunity, to purchase a brand new BMW motorcycle with the benefit of the £1,000 part exchange. As well as enjoying this benefit on the purchase price of a new BMW bike, riders can also look forward to complimentary panniers with all new R1200GS and R1200GS Adventure models, and complimentary Zumo sat nav system with the new R1200RT until 30 Sept, plus access to BMW’s Select Finance options to get riders on their bikes straight away with the option to change their new bike every two to three years.
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