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2011 BMW R 1200 GS - $7,995 (Denver)

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type: adventure
condition: excellent
engine displacement (CC): 1170
motor: gas
odometer: 36750
title status: clean
transmission: manual
Low Mileage 2011 BMW R 1200 GS. 36,750 miles mostly as long-distance touring bike. 1170cc, boxer twin, six-speed manual transmission, 110 horsepower and 88 lb-ft of torque. Telelever/Paralever suspension package with ESA (Electronic Suspension Adjustment) to adjust suspension preload and damping. ABS Brakes. Heated grips. Fitted with Touratech Zega Pro Panniers Anodized Black Aluminum with 69 Liters total capacity. These top-loading sturdy panniers are far more durable and far superior in every way to the side-loading Vario bags that are standard on this model from BMW, and were a $2K addition to the bike.

Chicane Tank Bag included. Crash bars and extended skid plate mounted to center stand. Rox Bar Risers, Headlight Guard, Oil Cooler Guard, Larger Touring Windshield (also have OEM windshield) with Side Wind Deflectors for extra wind protection. Touratech expanded footprint plate on kickstand. K&N Air Filter. Fender extender. Michelin Anakee 3 tires with more than 50% tread left on them. Has a few minor bruises from some low-speed tip-overs by a short-legged rider. Adult ridden and very little off-pavement use. Always stored in heated garage. One of the last of the oil/air cooled GS models before the heavier water-cooled throttle by wire bikes.

Also much lighter and more nimble than the Adventure version, but the larger windshield and side deflectors (from the GSA) provide nearly identical wind protection at highway speeds making this an excellent upright tourer. The lower seat height vs the GSA makes this bike much more manageable for those with shorter inseams. This bike is not getting ridden enough, so it needs to find a new home. Recently replaced battery and includes BMW battery tender. Call or text for additional info. Thanks for looking. R1200GS, R1200 GS, R 1200GS

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