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Old 03-13-2012, 01:52 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by trainman View Post
Now for my new Sertao, well guys I was shopping on Craigslist last week and guess what's on there, a 2001 Dakar with 15,000 miles on it forsale. The seller bought it new in 2001 and has keep it completely original just like the day he picked it up at the dealer. He had all the paperwork on the bike with every bill for maintenance that the BMW dealer did over the last 10-11 years. Truly a great fine, new tires, chain, sprockets, and a bill for $1800.00 for all the service work done including the above at 14,000 miles. Now I'm one pickey dude so you know this bike was like new, no scratches, dents, whatever's, so I guess my new Sertao is on hold for the time being, I just didn't think I would find a Dakar this nice. I like reading about the Sertao and it's still in my future, I just don't have to buy one today now that I have the old style one.


Congrats! I have been logging some miles in the past couple of days . It is what it is..... a nice little adventure bike. I'm not looking to catch big air or smoke singletrack with it. I have the tkc 80's on it and they love my dirt road and it still scoots nice down the pavement. nuff said. It is an awesome bike for what bmw built it for.

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