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« on: October 19, 2018, 06:59:16 am »

Both the bike and trailer have sold.  Thank you.

2013 BMW GS with 30k miles and climbing...

*  Ride modes with electric adjustable suspension
*  Factory cruise control
*  Factory heated grips
*  TPMS
*  BMW tubeless spoke wheels
*  Sargent seats (f/r with piping)
*  BMW Nav IV with built in lockable mount
*  Vario cases (side and top)
*  Heco Becker crash bars
*  PIAA driving lights
*  Touratech headlight protector
*  New rectifier (1 year old after original battery crapped out and fried it)
*  New battery (1 year old)
*  Record/receipt of all services completed at BMW shop (didn't always keep records of my self performed oil change and FD service)

The bike is in very good condition and runs like a top.  The bike took a nap at the dealership during a service drop off yeas ago.  They replaced a mirror and bar end.  The crash bar did its job.  You can spy a small touch up job on the crash bar if you look for it.  Other than that, itís not been down.

I had an "incident" with glue getting out of control when installing the knee/leg grip / paint protector to the right side of the gas tank.  There's a small blob of glue which oozed out during install and Iíve not been able to remove all of it.


Price?  $10,000 firm.  It's a very fair price compared to what I've seen these sell for and I know it's been well maintained and not abused.  


What's next for me?  Itís bound to be asked, so...    I'm not sure yet.  Fly and rides.  Yes.  Bike wise in the garage?  I'm all over the place from a Moto Guzzi California, to an Indian FTR 1200, to a Super Duke GT, to a potential 750/800 Adventure.  Only time will well.


Pictures to follow this weekend.  
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« Reply #1 on: October 20, 2018, 07:49:01 am »

You sure are "all over the place" when it comes to a replacement bike! Good luck.
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« Reply #2 on: October 20, 2018, 11:26:46 am »


You sure are "all over the place" when it comes to a replacement bike! Good luck.


I like to keep my options open.  Smile


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« Reply #3 on: October 20, 2018, 11:32:07 am »

last major service completed at 24K


https://photos.smugmug.com/Motorcycles/i-4x6bdVc/0/57fb05fc/X2/2018102011305898-IMG_7241-X2.jpg
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« Reply #4 on: October 20, 2018, 12:13:25 pm »


2013 BMW GS with 30k miles and climbing...
 


Might want to put the engine size in your ad. I know that your photo shows what it is, but for those of us who can't interpret photographs  Cool
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« Reply #5 on: October 20, 2018, 01:08:33 pm »




Might want to put the engine size in your ad. I know that your photo shows what it is, but for those of us who can't interpret photographs  Cool



Oh right.  There are other GSs.   Lol
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« Reply #6 on: October 20, 2018, 08:27:25 pm »

Good luck with the sale.  Great price, in fact IMO a bit low.  

 I've had two GS's, a 2011 and my current 2016.  Best bikes I ever owned.  I highly recommend Cycle Trader and IBMWR Marketplace (if it is back in business).  Sold bikes in both.
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« Reply #7 on: October 22, 2018, 03:16:39 pm »


Good luck with the sale.  Great price, in fact IMO a bit low.  

 I've had two GS's, a 2011 and my current 2016.  Best bikes I ever owned.  I highly recommend Cycle Trader and IBMWR Marketplace (if it is back in business).  Sold bikes in both.




Thanks for the good feedback.  As for the price, I just don't like to negotiate.  This is the rock bottom I'll take for and it makes it easy for the person interested.  One will know how much money to bring with them.  Cash is preferred but will accept a check if you don't mind waiting for it to clear the bank first.  Smile

I do agree that the 1200GS lives up to the hype.  As those who know me, I've go through bikes quickly.  The fact I've had this one as long as I have speaks volumes on my thoughts of it.  It's the best all around bike I've owned.


Here's an idea of the bike's I've owned:  


https://www.sport-touring.net/forums/index.php?action=gallery;su=user;cat=203;u=591#.W84h6ZWWzcs
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« Reply #8 on: October 23, 2018, 09:43:54 am »

So, you're thinking, "I'd love to pick up Doug's GS but really wish I had a trailer to so."  Well, fear no more!

If you purchase the GS, you can also pick up my Kendon single stand-up motorcycle trailer for an extra $1,250.  For just the trailer alone, I'll be asking $1,500.  

If you've not seen a Kendon before, they are very high quality, have a heavy-duty torsion-bar axle for a smooth ride, built to accommodate up to 1,000 lb bikes, and they fold up to easily fit in your garage.  


My asking price on the  trailer is at least $1,000 off the retail price.  


https://www.kendonusa.com/product/single-stand-up-motorcycle-trailer/?matchtype=&network=g&device=c&adposition=1o3&keyword=&campaign=1507639912&adgroup=pla-297192734378&gclid=Cj0KCQjwjbveBRDVARIsAKxH7vmGr_Pl2dvjtorVFbOs-kUHtR0oVCA_nbCoGsDHtqQHxuhp89OsuN8aAmSrEALw_wcB
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