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2000 Bmw R 1200 C - Abs on mail.2040motos

$6,995
YearYear:2000 MileageMileage:26600 ColorColor: Blue
Location:

New Philadelphia, Ohio

New Philadelphia, OH
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TypeType:Cruiser PhonePhone:(866) 724-5485

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2000 Bmw R 1200 C - ABS, BMW bags, passenger seat with backrest, BMW windshield and cylinder guards - It'd be downright disrespectful (not to mention wrong) to call BMW's R 1200 C just a cruiser. No cruiser you've been on handles with this much precision. Fuel-injected technology and sheer brute force pump out 71 lb.-ft. of torque. An agile anti-drive Telelever front suspension soaks up the bumps. While anti-lock brakes deliver quick, controlled stopping power. It's more than just a cruiser. A lot more. And you've got to respect that.

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