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2009 Bmw R-series on ns1.2040-motos

US $11,950.00
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:23 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, United States

Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, United States
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BMW R-Series photos

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BMW R-Series tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,170 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

BMW R-Series description

BMW R1200GS Adventure
2009
Mileage: 23,741
ESA & ABS.
Full service history and all recalls done (Fuel Pump, Fuel Gauge, & Rear Wheel Flange.)
Conti TKC 80 tyres - 50%+  worn.
BMW Motorrad III GPS
BMW original equipment panniers, topbox and tankbag.
Rotopax additional I gallon fuel and water cannisters with locking mounts beneath rear panniers for when empty.
Two additional custom made tool boxes that bolt onto passenger footrest mounts. (No tools included)
Wunderlich active comfort rally dual seat (+ original)
Touratech Desierto 3 Screen and fairing.
Touratech protection to brake and clutch mastercylinders, ABS and ESA sensors, fuel injection units, oil cooler, and front suspension steering stop.
Touratech tank pouches.
Perspex headlamp guard.
Black Dog Cycle Works sump guard and center stand panel.
Rox handlebar risers.
Kaoko mechanical cruise control.
Pivot Pegz footrests.
Cameltoe sidestand foot.
Folding gear and brake levers. (+ originals)
Mudsling rear mudguard (+ original plastic shock cover).
Touratech rear mudguard rain extender.
Touratech rear brake caliper guard.
'30 years of GS' frame insert.
Facsimile of Gaston Rahier's signature on the fuel tank cover.
Additional bolt on cylinder head protection bars for serious off road protection.
Original plastics for rear swingarm and front nose peak.

N.B: Recent illness is forcing sale of this bike. It is in very good, well maintained condition but it is not a 'Starbucks Edition' GS. It has run the Dempster and the Dalton and has the scratches to prove it. If you are looking for an overland ready GS suitable to head north to Prudhoe this summer or south to Patagonia then this bike is the one. It would need a new set of tyres and a soft bag on the rear rack and the GPS software updated and it would be ready to go The bike is also being advertised locally in South Carolina so I reserve the right to withdraw it from sale.  Buyer collects although I will work with your shipper.

DUE TO TIME-WASTER PLEASE IF YOU HAVE LESS THAN 10 FEEDBACK MESSAGE ME BEFORE BIDDING.

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