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Purchased from dealer (What used to be Cliffs in Brookfield, CT now MAX BMW) who took it as a trade in 2007 with 5700 miles on it from NY Yankee, Bernie Williams who traded it in with 3 other Ducatis for the Ducati Desmosedici. I've put fewer than 13k miles on it since then(aka <1000miles/yr). Bernie installed full Olins and Remus Titanium exhaust making it ride and sound magnificent so who am I to change it back? Never dropped, perfect condition, due for service and I'm ready for a K1600GTL(Got one?) so my bride and I can take longer overnight trips in the luxury of a touring bike. Hey, you all know about the K1200rs....for the right rider, it's probably the best bike around. I'm pricing it to sell at $4050. MOTORRAD SAYS...." With 130 eager horses residing beneath its aerodynamic bodywork, the K 1200 RS has more raw power than any BMW ever. But power, torque, and lightning-quick speed aside, it's one comfy ride. Thanks to the reassuring presence of BMW's Telelever front and Paralever rear suspension. Not to mention triple disc brakes with ABS II. It's a sport bike on steriods, all right. Just don't ask it to pee in a cup."....With the addition of bags, back rest and luggage racks, I think it's a hell of a deal for a hell of a bike. Hope you do too.
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Nice bike. I have owned three of them and refer to them as the locomotive of BMW bikes. Really enjoyed them. Great piece of history. They do eat miles, given the chance.
 
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