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2004 Bmw K1200gt on 2040-motos

YearYear:2004 MileageMileage:10537 ColorColor: Blue

Norcross, Georgia

Norcross, GA
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TypeType:Sport Touring PhonePhone:(866) 896-7743

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This is still a very desirable motorcycle. It is hard to find one in good condition with low miles. She is equipped with ABS, Heated Grips, Heated Seat, Accessory Socket, New Battery, and good tires. For more info contact Stephen at 866 896 7743 ext 17

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2013 BMW F800GT Revealed in CARB and EPA Documents

Fri, 31 Aug 2012

Documents released by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the California Air Resources Board confirm the existence of a new member of BMW‘s F800 lineup, the F800GT. The 2013 BMW F800GT will likely be a more touring-oriented replacement for the F800ST (pictured above) which was conspicuously absent from the CARB document.

EICMA 2013: 2014 BMW S1000R Revealed

Tue, 05 Nov 2013

BMW revealed a new naked version of its flagship S1000RR superbike, presenting the new 2014 S1000R at the 2013 EICMA show in Milan. Follow the rest of our 2013 EICMA show coverage The 999cc inline-Four engine has been retuned for low- to mid-range performance, with redesigned cylinder head ducts, modified cam profiles, updated engine management and a 2000 rpm reduction in the rev limit. BMW claims a peak output of 158 hp at 11000 rpm, compared to the S1000RR’s 193 hp claims.

BMW Produces 500,000th GS Boxer

Wed, 19 Mar 2014

BMW‘s most important model reached an important milestone as the 500,000th boxer-engined GS rolled off the company’s production line in Berlin, Germany. The landmark liquid-cooled 2014 R1200GS follows a lineage half a million strong of flat-twin adventure tourers tracing back to the first R80G/S produced in 1980. “As a plant it is a privilege for us to continue building on the successful history of the legendary flat-twin GS,” says Marc Sielemann, head of the Berlin plant which produces the bulk of BMW’s motorcycles since 1969.