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2016 BMW R1200GSA perfect condition. - $14,500 (Champaign)

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type: adventure
VIN: WB10A1208GZ665540
condition: like new
engine displacement (CC): 1200
motor: gas
odometer: 10500
title status: clean
transmission: manual
For sale is my 2016 BMW1200GSA, with 10,500 miles in perfect condition. I bought it in November 2020, it had 3560 miles on it, and I put on another 7,000 on it. This bike has never been off-road. This is a regular, not lowered suspension, version.

The bike comes with a Seat Concept front seat (black in the pictures) which is much better than the original front seat. It also comes with the passenger seat Touratec luggage rack which goes great with the original front seat, but the Seat Concept seat rubs against it, it may need some edge taken off. The bike comes with beautiful aluminum panniers (these are not the overpriced BMW panniers, but they stay on just fine, and they are like new). I also added the oil container, not that you need one, but it sure looks cool. I bought the SW-MOTECH Quick-Lock EVO GS Tank Bag with the GPS mount as well. The bike has the BMW Garmin V GPS on it, which is a piece of crap compared with the average phone GPS, but it is very nice that you can see all engine parameters on it. The tank bag has a mount for an iPhone, it also has a ball for a RAM mount if you prefer. It also has a toolkit installed, the bigfoot side stand extender, heavy duty headlight protector (not in the pictures) etc.

In terms of maintenance, at 7,250 miles I did an oil change, and lubed the splines in final drive, changed the oil as well. Everyone is always so adamant about lubing splines, but mine did not need it at all, no rusty shaft, everything looked like new. I also changed the rear brakes pads with EBC FA209/2HH pads. The front pads are about halfway through their life span, but I have new ones, you can have them. There are some other things I bought but did not put on, radiator guards, you can have them too. The tires have around 5k on them, they'll do another 2k or so.

Why am I selling it? I promised my wife that I would choose between my GoldWing and my BMW, and I find myself riding the Wing far more often than the Beemer. I also bought a Mazda CX90 it is huge, it is a nightmare to park it between these two big bikes.

In total, I have spent $16,994 on the bike, yes, there is a spreadsheet, I am one of those anal PhDs in Engineering. I’ll let her go for $14,500 firm, no haggling, no bitcoin, 100-dollar bills only.

If you live on a ship, Antarctica, or you are buying it for your brother in law, please bugger off.

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