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CHEAPEST YOUâ¿¿LL FIND. First Registered 27th January 2017, Only Done 10,500 Miles, Owned by BMW themselves, then me. New 1st MOT A Stunning BMW R1200GS Rallye Sport in Striking Lupin Blue. This Bike Is Equipped With The Following: Spoked Wheels, Colour Matched Crash Bars, Heated Grips, LED Headlight, The BMW Rallye Seat, MSA Suspension, Hill Start Control, on board computer, Trip Computer And Rider Modes. TPMS, Gearshift Assist Pro, LED Driving Lights, Centre Stand, Additional Hi-Vis Rear Lights, ABS. All Owners Manuals and Service Booklets Present Including Two Keys, Always Garaged. NO Luggage or Private Plate.

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  • This bike passed a theft check on Wednesday, 15 January 2020. The reg number submitted by the seller for this check ended in ...SYS, and the bike details returned by the check were: BMW, R 1200 GS, first registered: Friday, 27 January 2017, engine size: 1170 cc. Click here for full details on how to validate this check when viewing the bike.
BMW R1200GS (2017-on)
MCN Rating 5 out of 5 View full MCN ratings
Owners' Rating 5 out of 5 View full owners' ratings

MCN overall review verdict: If you decide you fancy a 2017-onwards BMW R1200GS, you’d better be prepared to do some serious research first. There are versions upon versions to choose from. In the road-biased side, you can opt for the standard model, a TE or a TE Exclusive. If you fancy tackling the dirty stuff, there’s the Rallye and the Rallye TE. Related: Best adventure motorbikes Then of course there’s the BMW R1200GS Adventure, which comes in a bewildering choice of five different spec levels of its own. The standard BMW R1200GS comes with hand-guards, pannier fastenings and switchable riding modes. If you step up to the TE you get electronic suspension (ESA), cruise control, ABS, dynamic traction control (DTC), better onboard computer and a whole host of other goodies. The TE Exclusive has the same spec as the TE, but comes in “Iced Chocolate” paint and gold calipers (a staggering £305 addition). The Rallye is the off-road biased version of the R1200GS and comes with sporty upgrades to the pegs, seat, screen and wheels. You also get automatic stability control (ASC), radiator and frame guards and knobbly tyres. The Rallye TE gets you all of that, plus DTC, LED lights… still reading? There’s a complete list of features in the ‘Equipment’ section of the review. The next generation ESA and DTC both increase comfort and safety, while the automatic pre-load adjuster will make a huge difference if you’re always adding luggage or a pillion. Just when you think the GS can’t get any more advanced, it does. BMW have improved on perfection, and made their flagship GS smoother and more refined than ever. The Rallye version takes the fear out of off-roading and bridges the gap between the standard GS and the big Adventure. It goes as well as it looks, is superbly purposeful and looks set to be hugely popular with adventure riders but in full spec it’s an expensive bike to risk riding over rocks. 

Running costs
Insurance group 13 of 17
Annual road tax £91
Annual service cost -
Performance
Max power 125 bhp
Max torque 92.2 ft-lb
Top speed 125 mph
1/4-mile acceleration -
Average fuel consumption 42 mpg
Tank range 190 miles
Quick specs
Engine size 1170cc
Engine type Air/liquid-cooled, 4v boxer twin, shaft drive, six gears
Frame type Tubular steel
Fuel capacity 20 litres
Seat height 850mm
Bike weight 244kg

Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold

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