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2009 Bmw R1200rt-p on 2040-motos

US $11,500.00
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:20000 ColorColor: White

Raleigh, North Carolina, US

Raleigh, North Carolina, US

BMW R-Series tech info

TypeType:Touring Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1172 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Dealer VINVIN:WB103880X9ZT15808

BMW R-Series description

This is one of the many 2009 BMW R1200RT-P's that Capitol BMW has available. Some are original single seat set ups and some have been converted back to civilian two person capacity. These bike have all been serviced per BMW recommendations per their lease agreements; so they are ready to go and need nothing. Some even have brand new tires ! Overall condition of the bikes is very good; with just some normal wear and tear. Please Call Greg @ 919.834.5111 ext. 2 or email me at with any questions you may have. Hurry as there are just 4 bikes left out of the 11 we had last month ! ! !

Moto blog

Gold Rush

Tue, 27 Nov 2012

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2013 BMW C600 Sport Recalled in Canada for Loose Fairings

Tue, 04 Dec 2012

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BMW 1000RR and the Honda C70, are they indestructible?

Wed, 20 Apr 2011

I’ve managed 1374 miles on the Michelin Power Pures (mostly on track) and although we’ve had some decent temperatures they still look like new so there’s plenty meat left for another month at least. I’ve been running them at 30psi front and 32psi rear and find they warm up after a few miles but I wouldn’t say the temperature comes any quicker than any of the competition so it has to be four miles before I get brave. I’ve had a few out the seat moments with my BMW but I have got the rear suspension  set pretty hard (8 rebound,8 compression, two turns on pre load) and in slick mode, so 190bhp in first gear at the Knockhill hairpin is always going to be dodgy.