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2011 Bmw S 1000 Rr on mail.2040motos

$14,890
YearYear:2011 MileageMileage:1054 ColorColor: Tri-tone Alpine White / Lupin
Location:

Hollywood, California

Hollywood, CA
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2011 Bmw S 1000 RR, like new, still has factory warranty, loaded ABS,DTC, Gear Shift Assist.+ 2500 worth of oem BMW carbon fibre...must see - The latest in racing power. With an aluminum bridge, radial brakes, the BMW S1000RR comes standard in Canada with Race ABS, Dynamic Traction Control (DTC) and Gear Shift Assist. Never before is it so easy to keep so much power under control. This is just as true on public roads as it is down on the racetrack. The RR label shows that it is a full-blooded racing bike, even though it can also be ridden with a number plate attached. To top it all off is an engine which is our absolute pride and joy. And our motorsports team agrees wholeheartedly.

Moto blog

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