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Old Jan 27th, 2008, 5:18 pm
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Rizoma levers for K1200- group buy?

Thought I'd start a new thread.

Rizoma does make a set of levers for the K12R.

Confirmed fit by BMW bike bits in the UK.

Anyone up for a group buy?

http://www.bmwbikebits.co.uk/shop/c...d=3&sortby=name
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Thought I'd start a new thread.

Rizoma does make a set of levers for the K12R.

Confirmed fit by BMW bike bits in the UK.

Anyone up for a group buy?

http://www.bmwbikebits.co.uk/shop/c...d=3&sortby=name

I'm good............check the deal if they'll do it, ok? I'd much rather do the razzos if they mistakenly became available........
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Not for me thanks, but I do wonder if this means that JCW is going to sell his Wunderlich ones dirt cheap to me.... ?!?
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Thought I'd start a new thread.

Rizoma does make a set of levers for the K12R.

Confirmed fit by BMW bike bits in the UK.

Anyone up for a group buy?

http://www.bmwbikebits.co.uk/shop/c...d=3&sortby=name




I don't get it. What's the fucking point? I can appreciate the form, but fail to see the function worthy of the price tag. What am I missing?
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Lawzy! Those are better than the Vario and I've been creaming over those a bit.

I'm in if they'll play nicely with my 07 GT.
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I don't get it. What's the fucking point? I can appreciate the form, but fail to see the function worthy of the price tag. What am I missing?


I don't get the fucking point of repainting your bike neon orange...

To each his own.

But your right, I was just wondering if he was offering a group buy rate.

Unfortunately, he says that Wunderlich has sole rights to the Rizoma levers and sells them through BMW Santa Cruz only. As such, I don't think there's any discounts to be had.

I'm out.

If anyone is interested, you'll probably have to email or call Santa Cruz BMW as it's not even on their part number look up yet.

Number is 816411, last digit- 2, 3, 4, etc for the different color options and brake and clutch lever.
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