2006 Bmw R-series on 2040-motos
BMW R-Series description
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.
BMW R-Series for Sale
Moto blogTue, 02 Oct 2012 00:00:00 -0700
BMW pulled the covers off the latest iteration of its popular R1200GS, revealing a number of updates including a new boxer engine at the 2012 Intermot show in Cologne, Germany. The German manufacturer has sold 170,000 units of the R1200GS since it was introduced in 2004, making it the world’s top-selling adventure-tourer, so BMW obviously has a lot riding on the new 2013 model. The biggest change for the 2013 BMW R1200GS is its new 1170cc engine.Wed, 09 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700
In the world of supercars, where image and presence are everything, the Mercedes SLR McLaren Roadster has the role of consummate drama queen perfectly nailed. The rolling thunder soundtrack from its supercharged V8 motor, amplified by its four side exhaust pipes, announces its impending arrival like a fanfare complete with drum rolls. Heads swivel, seeking the source.Wed, 11 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0700
BMW has launched an HP Race Power Kit for the S1000 RR costing £2,850 including VAT.For trackday riders and racers, the kit - a new ECU and an Akrapovic exhaust system - increases peak power and torque, while optimising the bike’s engine, braking and power management systems, claim BMW, for short circuit riding and racing.Ayrton Badovini’s 2010 FIM Superstock 1000 championship-winning bike uses the HP Race Power Kit. It can also be found on the Jentin Racing-BMW Motorrad S 1000 RR being raced by Richard Cooper in the British National Superstock championship.• Maximum engine output increased by 4bhp and 6lb.ft to 197bhp (147kW) and 88.5 lb.ft (120 Nm) with power and torque significantly bolstered throughout the key 5000 to 9000 rpm midrange• Once installed, the power mapping for the four engine management riding modes (‘Rain’, ‘Sport’, ‘Race’ and ‘Slick’) is identical and the S 1000 RR delivers the full 197bhp across all four modes• The different modes instead alter the electronic rider aids with the Race ABS reducing input and the Dynamic Traction Control allowing full power at greater lean angles as the modes move from ‘Rain’ through to ‘Slick’• Engine braking on overrun is reduced giving more balanced corner entry• Pit-lane limiter activated when the start button is held down in first gear (actual speed maintained may vary with the bike’s gearing)• Akrapovic titanium and carbon-fibre full exhaust system saves 6.8kg over stock and includes a baffle which allows the exhaust to meet noise regulations in place at some circuits
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