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Bmw : Other 2013 Bmw S1000rr Hp4 Competition - 1026 Miles on mail.2040motos

YearYear:0 MileageMileage:1

Norcross, Georgia

Norcross, GA

BMW Other description

Do you want a chance to own your piece of motorcycle history? Winner of the 2013 sportbike of the year from Motorcyclist magazine, this low mileage HP4 competition features ANTILOCKING BRAKES, warmed grips, DTC, DDC, gear-shift assist. In addition, the following accessories have been installed: frame sliders, swingarm spools, Hot Bodies fender eliminator kit, carbon fiber BMW chain guard. With the purchase of this bike the sale will also include a set of BMW Motorrad race stands and a bike cover.Please contact Stephen Larson at (770) 447-XXXX or email him at if interested. Thanks for looking.

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