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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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2014 BMW R1200RT Officially Recalled in US

Thu, 03 Jul 2014 00:00:00 -0700

BMW has officially recalled the 2014 R1200RT in the U.S., after the company released a worldwide warning to customers about a potential defect with the rear suspension system. According to documents released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the piston rod on the R1200RT’s Dynamic Electronic Suspension Adjustment (ESA) rear shock absorber may break without warning. The problem was first discovered April 1 after a warranty claim was filed in France.

EICMA 2013: 2014 BMW S1000R First Impressions Video

Tue, 05 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Take the BMW S1000RR, remove some plastic, lose a couple of horses and drop an “R”. What are you left with? The brand new S1000R streetfighter that we’re just itching to ride.

2012-2013 BMW S1000RR Recalled for Loose Side Stands

Mon, 17 Dec 2012 00:00:00 -0800

BMW has initiated a recall on the 2012 and 2013 S1000RR because the side stands may not have been correctly installed. According to Transport Canada, the side stand attachment bolts may loosen, causing an S1000RR to fall over while resting on the stand. At the moment, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has yet to announce a recall, but American members of Motorcycle.com‘s S1000RR Forum say U.S.