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2009 Bmw K-series on 2040-motos

US $8,800.00
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:9

Angola, Indiana, United States

Angola, Indiana, United States
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BMW K-Series photos

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BMW K-Series tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,300

BMW K-Series description

The Gentleman's Sport-bike, The Busa Beater, The Interceptor, The K1300s has been given many titles.

"Its Blinding Fast, & Its Silky Smooth

This 2009, 9000 mile example is exceptional and priced to sell.
Not a scratch nor blemish!
This bike was purchased with all available options including Quick Shift, ESA 11, ASC-Anti slip, TPC Tire pressure control, On board computer, plus many more!
Custom windscreen, plus standard windscreen.
The tires were replaced at 6000 miles. Fresh battery and oil change.
The triple color paint scheme was the 1300's best.
Call me to come take a look, Steve (260) 750-9681, you will not be disappointed in this exceptional bike!

Moto blog

Hi-Def video of BMW S1000RR on the dyno

Mon, 15 Mar 2010

THERE'S SOMETHING rather cruel about ringing the nuts out of any bike on a dyno - a bit like poking a lion through the bars of a cage with a long stick... Anyway, not quite sure where I'm going with that one, so here's a rather lovely clip of BMW's much-lauded S1000RR getting a stationary pasting on a dyno. Not sure I'd be standing at the rear, mind you.

2012-2013 BMW S1000RR Side Stand Recall Expands to US

Fri, 28 Dec 2012

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2014 WSBK Phillip Island Results

Sun, 23 Feb 2014

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