2006 Bmw R-series on 2040-motos
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For sale is my 2006 R1200GS. This bike has been an absolute dream for me. I bought it off the original owner this summer and immediately took a trip from Maine to Wyoming and back (over 6000 miles) and had zero problems. The original owner took such good care of the bike it is hard to believe that it has over 100,000 miles on it. It drives beautifully. I am still riding this bike often as it is my only mode of transportation. The bike does have a repaired title from an incident with the previous owner where the bike went into deep mud and the powder coating scratches had the bike considered in need of repair. This happened when the bike had 38,000 miles on it. The damage is purely cosmetic - as pictured. I had no trouble insuring the bike whatsoever and it has always run beautifully for me. The heated grips work perfectly and the panniers are in great condition (the combined value of the two is over $1000). The ABS is terrific. I can't believe I have to sell this bike, but I am moving to europe and simply can't afford to hold onto it. I have considered the repaired title in the price of the bike, as well as the higher mileage.
THE BUYER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PICKING UP/SHIPPING THE BIKE.
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Moto blogThu, 01 Apr 2010 00:00:00 -0700
This is the lid that saved me from a face full of road and stopped a big bacon slicer (a front disc) from carving a canyon in the top of my head. This helmet was transformed from gleaming white accessory to scrap when I got back from taking the new BMW S1000RR to Morocco. A pedestrian ran into me from behind a bus and the two of us hit the ground. She’s okay and so am I apart from getting knocked out and breaking my shoulder.Fri, 10 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800
German site MotorradOnline.de has published a spy photo of what appears to be a new liquid-cooled BMW R1200R prototype undergoing testing. The production model should arrive for the 2015 model year, with the official unveiling likely to take place at the Intermot show in Cologne in October. The spy photo shows the top of the test bike, with the engines, wheels and exhaust hidden behind a railing.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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