Let's see your HP2

Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by NJ Moto, Jun 8, 2007.

  1. NJ Moto

    NJ Moto Long timer

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    I would like to see pics of your HP2. Thanks
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  2. Pir8te

    Pir8te over forty victim of fate

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  3. mark sumner

    mark sumner Been here awhile

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  4. NJ Moto

    NJ Moto Long timer

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    Looks beautiful. Nice add-ons, I especially like the beer keg.:lol3
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  5. Schtum

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    Sadly, this isn't mine. It's Barkin Pumpkin from UKGSer. He was at a trackday at Cadwell Park last week when I was there taking pics. Sorry about the quality, they're just quick 'n' dirty jpeg conversions from the RAW files....

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  6. NJ Moto

    NJ Moto Long timer

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    Nice screen. How do you guys like your HP2s? I'm being swayed towards the dark side.:D I'm sure it's much more dirt worthy than the GS, how about on road? How about the single front brake rotor? Thanks
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  7. NJ Moto

    NJ Moto Long timer

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    Great pics! Thanks for sharing
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  8. Pir8te

    Pir8te over forty victim of fate

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    Wouldn't this be technically the Light (#'s) side not the dark side
    Single front rotor enough for stoppies if you are so inclined
    I have just done a 6 day 2500 mile trip with out any problems and in November did 1700 mile trip that included the baja over 11 days
    so I think it is pretty road worthy :ricky

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  9. NJ Moto

    NJ Moto Long timer

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    Thanks so much. I have to agree with you about the "light side". I'm starting to like its simplicity.
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  10. Schtum

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    It's very nice, I like it but Smugmug doesn't seem to like you too much......:wink:

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  11. Gtano

    Gtano Overlaender

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  12. crash a-ron

    crash a-ron mmm...burnt steel

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    Yep. Helps if you read the instructions before trying to post a picture for the first time!

    Here's my HP2. I just finished getting it back together after killing a deer over the winter.

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  13. Pir8te

    Pir8te over forty victim of fate

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    looks great in basic black I think an improvement over factory color
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  14. NJ Moto

    NJ Moto Long timer

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    Just looking at the MSRP, why does the HP2 cost more than the standard GS and even the Adventure?:scratch
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  15. BV BEEMER

    BV BEEMER Can I see some ID?

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    I like the badge.
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  16. BV BEEMER

    BV BEEMER Can I see some ID?

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    They don't make enough of them.
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  17. Ricardo Kuhn

    Ricardo Kuhn a.k.a. Mr Rico Suave

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    Well One thing is for sure, at least so far..

    Sounds like the Famous Marketing Forcasting geniuses at BMW Miss the Mark big time.

    Since half the bikes on the photos are set up as "Touring" machines and the other half as "Hyper Motards"

    Anybody is Really ussing (not Possing) one of the Monsters for what is design for.. :scratch

    Pure Breath Dirt racing machine...!?!?






    Ps: I have seeing some Impresive pictures from some members, but I can not remenber who they are.
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  18. DriveShaft

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    Good for you, Pir8te...an hp2 shot good and proper. :thumbup
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  19. DriveShaft

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    Dang that looks sharp in black!
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  20. Pir8te

    Pir8te over forty victim of fate

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    List or Cost :scratch http://www.bobsbmw.com/motorcycles/index.html#hp

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    ItÂ’s not every day that you get a chance to SAVE OVER $3000 on a brand new BMW motorcycle. But here it is. The astounding HP2 high-performance enduro, a bike whose glowing press reviews are eclipsed only by the top honors it has won in grueling competitions around the globe, can now be yours for a ridiculously affordable price!

    <TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=10 width="100%" bgColor=#cccccc border=0><TBODY><TR><TD class=tabletext>* The HP2 pictured is equipped with optional Super Motard wheels & tires. We have three new HP2s available, stock numbers ZL10151, ZL10312, & ZL10313. We also have one additional HP2, a demo, which is available for test rides now and will be sold at even greater savings. All four are equipped with standard enduro-style wheels and knobby tires.</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
    Bob's BMW is also offering Motard street wheels and tires as pictured here for $890 (installation additional) with every purchase of an HP-2. Motard wheels regularly sell for $1000! We have a limited stock so ACT NOW!
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