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2006 Bmw R1200rt on 2040-motos

YearYear:2006 MileageMileage:33000

Prosser, Washington

Prosser, WA
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TypeType:Sport Touring PhonePhone:(877) 664-2717

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2006 BMW R1200RT, BMW Sport Touring model R1200RT with abs brakes, cruise control, electric windshield, heated grips, heated seat, forward footpegs, hard saddlebags.Very clean bike!!

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Is there anything you CAN'T do on an S1000RR?

Mon, 08 Mar 2010

WE'VE SEEN videos of BMW's stunning new S1000RR pulling wheelies, stunting, sliding, racing a 700bhp Corvette, featured in a music video - we've even had a look inside the engine and now the company are using the 190bhp superbike as part of a new-style drag act - but not the Danny La Rue type. Real or not, the clip makes for amusing viewing.  Have a look.

Ohlins Upgrades For Adventure/Dual-Purpose Bikes Now Available

Mon, 23 Dec 2013

Front-end upgrades are now available from Íhlins for Adventure bikes and Dual-Purpose motorcycles. The Íhlins FKA 100-series drop-in Cartridge Kits benefit from the lineage of Íhlins championship-winning road-racing kits, with applications for many mediumweight models of burly bikes. Tuned for riding long miles on difficult terrain, the Íhlins Cartridge Kits provide smooth comfort everywhere, from riding tame routes to crossing insane roots, from tarmac to terrain.

FIM to Revise WSBK Homologation Requirements

Fri, 17 Jan 2014

The International Motorcycling Federation is considering modifying its homologation requirements for the World Superbike Championship following Bimota‘s somewhat surprising plans to re-enter the series. Under current regulations, manufacturers must produce a minimum number of motorcycles for it to be eligible to compete in the production-based WSBK championship. The official regulations currently require a minimum of 125 units produced for an initial homologation inspection, 500 units produced by June 30 of the current year, 1,000 units by the end of the current year and 2,000 units by the end of the following year.