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2005 Bmw R1200gs 14.5k Miles, Excellent Condition on 2040-motos

US $10,000.00
YearYear:2005 MileageMileage:14500 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Erie, Colorado, US

Erie, Colorado, US
2005 BMW R1200GS 14.5K miles, Excellent condition, US $10,000.00, image 1

BMW R-Series photos

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BMW R-Series tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1200 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Dealer VINVIN:WB10317A55ZL77810

BMW R-Series description

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2015 BMW K1600GT and K1600GTL Get Traction Control as Standard Equipment

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BMW is updating its big six-cylinder touring bikes with traction control as standard equipment and a number of new optional add-ons including keyless remote ignition. Previously available as part of BMW’s factory-installed Safety Package option, the Dynamic Traction Control system will now be standard on all 2015 K1600GT and K1600GTL models. The system continuously monitors rear wheel traction during acceleration, stepping in when it senses excessive wheel spin.

BMW Set New Sales Record in 2011 – Husqvarna Sales Continue Plunge

Mon, 09 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800

BMW sold 104,286 motorcycles in 2011, the most units the German manufacturer has sold in a single year in its entire 90-year history. 2011 sales surpassed the previous record of 102,467 units sold in 2007. 2011 also saw a 6.4% increase in BMW’s motorcycle sales over the 98,047 units sold in 2010.

Could This Innovative New Light Save Your Life?

Thu, 19 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Everyone knows brake lights are to alert drivers behind you, but what about when you roll off the throttle, and tailgating drivers fail to notice your decreasing rate of speed? Would you like them to know you’re decelerating, rather than potentially becoming another statistic? Nikkos Designs of Fort Myers, Fla.