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Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by Tim Cullis, Oct 26, 2005.

  1. Tim Cullis

    Tim Cullis Partially heighted

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    More to come...

    Tim
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  2. hificus

    hificus The Procrastinator

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    damn....thats pretty.
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  3. Noonan

    Noonan Lurker

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    I wonder how green the parts on the silver model will look, in the flesh that is.

    Worth the wait.

    Noonan
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  4. KiwiSteve

    KiwiSteve Been here awhile

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    You're a legend Zmeagol, thats one hell of a nice bike, I even like the colours, it's got an "earthy mud" hue about it don't you think :evil

    Will definately have to start saving for this one..........................
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  5. Tiras

    Tiras Been here awhile

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    :tb WOW!!!! Awesome looking bike. I LOVE the black forks and wheels. Can't wait to see one in person.
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  6. Tim Cullis

    Tim Cullis Partially heighted

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    More pics still to come

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  7. Komet

    Komet The Voice of Reason

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    Very, very nice. I think anyone that's got the cash will be lining up for this one.
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  8. Tim Cullis

    Tim Cullis Partially heighted

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    That's all folks!

    Tim
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  9. GSPeP

    GSPeP Long timer Supporter

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    Looks great, better than I had expected. :thumb

    Somewhere around this time next year my dealer can expect me.
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  10. kave

    kave Gravel rules

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    I would love to change from my 2004 1200GS, non adventure!
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  11. Too Many Toys

    Too Many Toys Adventure Poseur

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    AWESOME!

    Thinks us U.S. folks will get a 'ABS Delete' option, like my 12GS?
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  12. Leon H

    Leon H BMW Prima Donna

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    :tb

    Up until about 3 minutes ago, I though my 2005 1200GS was a bike I would keep for a long time.

    So much for that!!

    My wife is going to kill me........

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  13. HappyGoLucky

    HappyGoLucky Goeie Grys Giftige Gert!

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    Looks a little bulky up front, but I like it a lot, and would expect it to make a brilliant on off road tourer. I dont see it doing hard off road work like a KTM 950/990 but certainly loooks like the business for two up travelling...

    Wonderful job BMW, ONYA :thumb
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  14. simonm

    simonm Stealth Adventurer

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    Wonder what it weighs ?? :ear
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  15. DueNrth

    DueNrth Adventurer

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    WOW! I'm definitely in! Thanks for the pics. Like the Olive/Sil/Black...
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  16. minidisco

    minidisco When are we going?

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    Why, oh why didn't I wait another 3 months to get my hands on this model instead of the regular GS....
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  17. HappyGoLucky

    HappyGoLucky Goeie Grys Giftige Gert!

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    Heres some info for you - german into english via babelfish

    <table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="430"> <tbody><tr align="left" valign="top"><td height="25" width="410"> On basis current R 1200 gs presents new R 1200 gs Adventure to BMW. Propelled of the strong double-piston engine it differs 100 HP from the standard gs by a large 33-Liter-Tank, a narrower seat, a higher wind sign, longer spring travels and treads for fall-endangered places. As drivingfinished weight (with 90 % level of fuel in the tank) BMW indicates 256 kilograms. Prospective basic price for the new Adventure: zirka 13000 euro. As special equipment it will give among other things and durable aluminum suit-cases to integral ABS.

    More over new R 1200 gs Adventure and further BMW novelties
    experience in MO 12, starting from 16 November at the kiosk.

    </td> </tr> <tr align="left" valign="top"> <td height="25" width="20"> </td> <td height="25" width="410"> </td></tr></tbody> </table>
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  18. hogmolly

    hogmolly Dude

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    Gimme, Gimme, Gimme :rabia
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  19. mrmaico

    mrmaico Long timer

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    I like it! I am definately going to be checking into getting some of those small additional "spoilers" below the windshield for my bike. It will be interesting to see how many replies this post has by the end of today.

    Barry
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  20. Ritten

    Ritten Swamp thing

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    I LIKE IT!!!!! and the best part is that it looks like the mounting points for the tank are pretty much the same as the current 1200. Guess I'll start saving for the tank now since my GS is only a week old!
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