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2004 Bmw R1150rt on 2040-motos

US $3500
YearYear:2004 MileageMileage:69 ColorColor: BLACK

Troy, New York, United States

Troy, New York, United States
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BMW R1150RT description

2004 BMW R1150RT Black special edition with radio.  The radio was a feature that came on the black RTs - heated grips - ABS - top case - cylinder protectors - new battery We have limited past service history but bike runs well and customer stated he always did oil changes every 3k during life of bike

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46,061 Motorcycles Stolen in US in 2012

Mon, 25 Nov 2013

An average of 126 motorcycles were stolen in the U.S. every day in 2012, according to a report released by the the National Insurance Crime Bureau. That’s from a total of 46,061 motorcycles reported stolen that year a 1.3% improvement from the 46,667 motorcycles reported stolen in 2011.

The Best Bar in America

Fri, 08 Mar 2013

A whiskey-fueled writing assignment takes one man on an epic motorcycle road trip through the bars and taverns across the American West in this feature film.  The film follows a character called Sanders who rides a 1960 BMW R60/2 across Arizona, Utah and Montana. With help of fellow traveler and sage, Northway, and a variety of other colorful characters along the way, Sanders gets learns the way of the road and the zen of the bar.  The Best Bar in America is scheduled for release on DVD and iTunes this Spring. If you fancy watching a bike film before then you can always check out Visordown's Top 10 motorcycle movies of all time.

Two-Time WSBK Champion James Toseland Gunning For Motorcycle Land Speed Record

Tue, 23 Jul 2013

In case you’ve been wondering what 2004 and 2007 World Superbike champion James Toseland has been up to these days, here’s your answer. Besides recording an album with his band Crash and pursuing a music career, Toseland is attempting to use two wheels to put his name in the record books one more time. Only this time, as he tries to break the 400 mph mark and set a new motorcycle land speed record.