1985 BMW K100 RT
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A burger and fries is a great meal once in a while, but you wouldn’t want to make a steady diet of it. BMW riders in the late 1970s were getting tired of the same old menu—air-cooled boxer twin, modest power, dowdy looks—at about the same time as Japanese manufacturers were offering up some pretty tasty in-line fours that were smoother, faster and cheaper than anything from BMW. So the chefs in Bavaria gathered in the kitchen and whipped up a real treat—a liquid-cooled four, laid on its side and clothed in swoopy bodywork—that still tastes good today, and borders on becoming a modern classic as well.
Very well looked after clean bike.
Delivery arranged country wide.