Sold 2017.5 R1200GS Rallye all options; 9k miles; 17 months warranty left (Kansas City)

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  1. hammick

    hammick Long timer

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    OK riding season is here. Price drop to $15,900

    For sale is my 2017.5 Rallye with all factory options, OEM crash bars, Mondo Moto aux lights and FZ1 solid state fuse box. 9,890 miles and in excellent condition. Never been dropped or been ridden off road (other than a few fire roads).

    MSRP on the bike was $21,690 and crash bars were $500. Bike is the standard height suspension. Has the passenger package with center stand, regular seats and regular height GS screen. Premium package with keyless ride and quick shifter.

    Premium package bikes come with Dynamic ESA suspension, Dynamic Traction Control, Led headlamps, Keyless ignition, Hill Start Hold, ABS Pro, Computer Pro, Gear Shift assist pro, Ride Modes Pro, GPS Prep, Heated Grips, Tire Pressure Monitoring, Cruise Control, Hand Guards and Saddle Bag Mounts.

    Screen and seats have less than 100 miles on them as I was using aftermarket stuff.

    Bike will be clean and polished before delivery.

    I am the original owner and bike has always been garaged and maintained (maintenance records come with bike). Bike is under factory warranty until 9-3-20. Fork cap recall has been done. Bike will have a fresh oil change and oil filter. Ready to go on a long ride.

    Bike is at my home in South Kansas City, Missouri.

    Only reason for sale is I bought a new R1250GS.

    Clear title with no lien.

    Call Brian 816-305-6211 with any questions.


    FYI BMW decided for some reason to have two different models of the GS for 2017. For the first couple months of the production year they had the 2017 model with the old body work. In October of 2016 they revised the GS and came out with the 2017.5 model which included the Rallye special edition. Body work was revised, Dynamic ESA was updated to the "next generation" that includes auto leveling. Hill Hold assist and Dynamic Traction Control were aslo added.

    KBB trade in on my bike is $15,500 without the crash bars and lights.

    Thanks for looking!


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  3. 916Rider

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    Great looking bike. Any idea if it meets California emissions standards? I'm not sure if bikes are 50 state compatible, or if we're still different or here in Cali.
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    All BMW bikes are 50 State compliant. So yes it's good to go in CA
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  5. Sarang

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    Lovely bike. I believe you mean October 2016. I have a Jan 17 made bike which is a 2017.5 too. GLWS.
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  6. hammick

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    Yes October of '16. Thanks. Fixing in original post.
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    It's warm enough to ride in Kansas City. Time for a fly and ride. I'll pick you up at the airport.
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    Mondo Moto aux lights and FZ1 solid state fuse box now included.
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  11. royalbeastrider

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    Hey, you still got this one up for sale?
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  12. hammick

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    Yes. PM sent.


    Fresh oil change today. She's ready to roll.

    Price drop to $15,900


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  13. PARIAH

    PARIAH Been here awhile

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    Your listing didn't say the reason for selling, but I'm guessing the new 1250's are putting a lot of the 1200's on the market.
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  14. hammick

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    I have a 1250GSA on order. It’s rare for me to keep a bike longer than 2 years. Stupid I know.

    My Rallye runs and looks like new.
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  15. GeoAggie

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    Does the Rallye have the GSA suspension with the taller seat height? Stiffer spring rates? Thanks,

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  16. hammick

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    Yes you can get that option called Sport Suspension only on the Rallye model. My Rallye is the same as a regular height GS with Next Generation Dynamic ESA. It does not have the sport suspension option.

    There is some debate on this forum on whether the Sport Suspension option is identical to GSA suspension or something stiffer. Some people say it makes the road handling twitchy. I've never ridden one with Sport Suspensions so I cannot say.
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  17. hammick

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    OK I cleaned up the bike and took some new photos. It now has 9,890 miles.

    Rear Avon Trailrider has approx 50 - 60% left. Front tire is the stock Anakee III and has probably 3k left. I have a new Dunlop Trailsmart front tire. It comes with the bike.

    If you need any additional photos shoot me your email and I snap them for you.

    Rallye sold to a St. Louis Inmate. Congrats!
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