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2009 Bmw R1200gs Adventure Premium on mail.2040motos

$11,995
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:33860 ColorColor: red
Location:

JACKSON, Ohio

JACKSON, OH
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2009 BMW R1200GS Adventure Premium, Sargent heated front seat, heated grips,Electronic Suspension Adjustment, BMW Panniers, Tall Shield, GPS, AM/FM Radio, Tubeless Spoked Wheels, ABS., Driving Lights.HandguardsA supremely capable, premium product that's so versatile and rugged that you wouldn't hesitate to ride it around the world.•Do anything, go anywhere capability.•Rugged enough to take on almost any road (or offroad) surface.•Tried and true design lends confidence-inspiring dynamics, •1,170cc air-cooled 'boxer' style fuel-injected engine producing 105 horsepower ,500 rpm•Six-speed gearbox with shaft drive•Telelever front suspension with 7.5 inches of travel, Duolever rear suspension with 7.9 inches of travel•Twin disc, 305mm, four-piston front and single-disc, 265mm dual-piston rear brakes with optional ABS•Dry Weight: 448 pounds, Road Ready Weight: 504 pounds•Seat height: 33.5 inches Overview of the new BMW R 1200 GS: ¦Even more dynamic drive with more performance in the upper half of the ¦rev range. ¦Engine power increased by five percent. ¦Maximum engine speed increased to 8000 rpm and wider usable ¦speed range. ¦Different gear and secondary transmission ratios for clear improvement in traction and acceleration. ¦Redesigned six-speed transmission with enlarged bearing diameters and optimized switching kinematics for even more precise gear shifting. ¦Electronic chassis modification from the optional enduro ESA, used for the first time in an enduro. Further increase in agility, suitability for touring and offroad use through individual spring-suspension coordination. ¦Electrohydraulic spring adjustment of the spring struts at front and rear as part of the enduro ESA. ¦Optimized ergonomics through new, double-butted aluminium handlebar in combination with new hand protectors and newly designed seat. ¦Fuel display with expanded measurement range and new sensor system. ¦Optimized battery charged with higher generator performance. ¦More dynamic design underlining the enduro attributes. ¦Colors available: Titanium Silver Metallic, Dark Slate Metallic Matt, plain Namibia Orange, plain Tanzanite blue ¦Special equipment and tailor-made accessories Read more: :// /motorcycles/motorcycle-reviews/bmw/2008-bmw-r-1200-gs-ar46984.html#ixzz

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