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2007 Bmw R1200rt on mail.2040motos

$11,300
YearYear:2007 MileageMileage:25842 ColorColor: TITAN SILVER
Location:

Brookfield, Connecticut

Brookfield, CT

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TypeType:Sport Touring PhonePhone:(888) 365-0450

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2007 BMW R1200RT, Heated SeatHeated GripsCruise ControlOn Board ComputerAccessory SocketContact Dave or Zac at MAX BMW CT for more info at (203)740-1270.

Moto blog

BMW Announces Winners of “Ride of Your Life” Tour Contest

Wed, 19 Dec 2012 00:00:00 -0800

BMW Motorrad announced the winners of its “Ride of Your Life” contest, giving five people the chance to travel on a worldwide tour on the new R1200GS. The five winners are Stephanie Rowe, a 25-year-old enduro racer who works in the motorcycle accessories industry in the U.K., Herbert Unger, a 50-year-old German metal worker, Alessio Cigolini, an Italian who loves riding through Tuscany, Salvador Echevarría, a 41-year-old businessman from Spain, and Stephane Gautronneau, a 39-year-old fashion photographer from France. The five winners were selected for their sense of adventure, ability to work as part of a team and physical fitness by a panel of celebrities including actors Adrian Brody, Rick Yune and Charley Boorman and Paris-Dakar winner Jutta Kleinschmidt.

BMW S1000RR Valve Train Working at High RPM [video]

Tue, 23 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0800

I’d like to ramble on about a dozen different things relating to this video, but the 3- minute, 19-second clip speaks for itself. However, once the engine is revving at high rpm, watching the cams, finger followers and valve springs seemingly freeze in action due to the incredible speeds, I was reminded of that whole “Dude, the faster I went the more everything around me seemed to slow down,” experience we’ve all heard about or experienced. Enjoy!

EICMA 2008: First Impressions

Mon, 03 Nov 2008 00:00:00 -0800

I have had a little walk around checking out the preparations for the show. I haven’t seen anything that I haven’t already seen or heard about previously, but here’s a selection from three of the halls. Yamaha are the only manufacturer to use an industrial crane to place some of its bikes up on high rise stands.