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2011 Bmw F 800 R on mail.2040motos

$8,499
YearYear:2011 MileageMileage:7617 ColorColor: Tri-tone Alpine White Uni / Lu
Location:

Countryside, Illinois

Countryside, IL
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2011 Bmw F 800 R, Tons of Touring Accessories! - Fun, Fun, Fun Or: This is What Motorcycling is About. The BMW F 800 R. This is definitely the hottest naked bike generation since the BMW K1300R. After all, a refined two-cylinder bike like this state-of-the-art roadster is simply sexy; light, stylish, fit. A state-of-the-art product with a totally cool design, the perfect combination of pure riding pleasure with a high degree of suitability for everyday use. A 798 cubic centimeter two-cylinder entirely wrapped in black: it doesn’t just look cool, it sounds cool too. And it has pulling power. The well-known and highly economical parallel twin provides real enjoyment. 86 Newton meters of torque is outstanding in this category – as is 87 bhp. Especially since it is available within a very practical engine speed range. In other words, this bike offers excellent ridability; and the BMW F 800 R offers a range which will please old hands and newcomers alike. Ergonomics which suit everyone, a firm, stable chassis and a perfectly balanced geometry round off this cool package; great handling for the city and ultra-stable for travelling at higher speeds on country roads. With this much fun, the optional ABS is a welcome extra too, as are other features such as LED technology, styling parts, various intelligent luggage solutions – and of course the test ride. And don’t forget: the bike is also available with 34 bhp! And finally, it’s a BMW – and a pretty cool one, too.

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