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2012 BMW K Series GT, This used 2012 BMW K1600GT in Red is available for sale at Euro Cycles of Tampa Bay located at 8509 Gunn Highway in Odessa, Florida 33556 PH: 813-926-9937 Web: OPTIONS: This 2012 K1600 GT features ABS, Tire Pressure Monitors, Adaptive headlight, Dynamic Traction Control, LED Fog lights, Heated hand grips, Heated seat, Seat, 3 Riding Modes, Ride by Wire, Alarm, Central Locking System, Electronic Suspension Adjustment, Bluetooth Interface, Radios Sirius Satellite Radio, Lockable Sidecases, Adjustable Windshield, engine guards, Twisted Throttle driving lights, and 3M protection all over. OVERVIEW: Gran Turismo. Travel in big style. That means combining dynamic performance and comfort and transforming distance into free space. BMW Motorrad s vision was the essence of this philosophy the pure sense of Gran Turismo. This vision has taken shape in the K 1600 GT. The in-line 6-cylinder engines by BMW are legendary. Now more compact than ever before, 1649 cc, 118 kW (160 bhp) and a maximum torque of 175 Nm. The facts are impressive. But the riding experience is even more inspiring. The transversely installed engine delivers an extraordinary level of dynamic performance as well as refined running smoothness.
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British Superbike racer Richard Cooper’s BMW S1000RR racebike was stolen mere hours after winning the 2011 British national Superstock title. Thieves reportedly broke into the Buildbase BMW race team’s truck after it returned to the team’s base in Leicestershire, England, from the series-clinching round at Britain’s Silverstone circuit. According to the team, thieves optained the keys to a van holding Cooper’s winning motorcycle and Superbike class racer John Laverty’s BMW S1000RR Superbike.Sat, 22 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800
With the 2014 World Superbike Championship now under way, the International Motorcycling Federation (FIM) announced a change in the homologation procedure for new motorcycles entering the series. The new regulations requires a minimum of 125 units produced in order to begin the homologation process. By the end of the first year of participation, manufacturers must have produced 250 units.Wed, 25 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800
New motorcycle registrations in Europe decreased 8.9% in 2011, reaching its lowest level in a decade. And with the state of the economy in Europe, things might get worse. According to provisional numbers released by the European Association of Motorcycle Manufacturers, Europeans registered 1.72 million motorcycles, scooters and mopeds in 2011, down from 1.89 million registrations in 2010.
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