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2006 Bmw K1200s on mail.2040motos

$14,000
YearYear:2006 MileageMileage:1200 ColorColor: Black
Location:

Norfolk, Virginia

Norfolk, VA
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2006 BMW K1200s, The new 2006 K 1200 S is a synthesis of everything BMW has learned from decades of motorsport success and detailed motorcycle development. It is a sport model without precedent and devoid of compromise. The K 1200 S exists to define maximum performance with unprecedented sophistication and technology-enhanced safety measures. Yes, it accelerates aggressively enough to take your breath away-thanks to an all-new four-cylinder engine with 167 horsepower-but also embodies everything BMW has learned about rider comfort and safety.

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

Mon, 08 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0800

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