Pick of the ads! BMW R 1200 GS Adventure

Posted: 07 Jun 2013


BMW R 1200 GS Adventure

Each week we scan through the best, the strangest and the greatest bargains for sale on Bennetts Free Classifieds. This week it’s a well-kitted-out BMW R 1200 GS Adventure.


BMW’s R 1200 GS Adventure is the daddy of the adventure-style genre. With a 33-litre fuel tank capacity and steel wire spoke wheels, these standard items enable off-road forays if feeling truly adventurous. R 1200 GS owners are prepared to pay money to kit their machines for long distance travel and this machine has already got the best/common options for travel included in the asking price.

Don’t be put off with the mileage figure – they do this mileage with ease because that’s what they are built for. For further peace of mind ask for the service booklet or receipts for work done. Also check for damaged wheel rims or minor scuffs – sure signs it’s been worked extra hard off-road. Buy, pack all worldly goods into the luggage boxes and ride into the setting sun – with ease.


2006 (06 reg), 1170cc, 33,000 miles, Silver

BMW 1200 GS Adventure ABS, FSH, 2 sets keys, all books, heated Grips, BMW panniers, BMW Top Box, BMW Tank Bag, nearly new tyres, rear carbon hugger, front mud guard extender, always garaged. Bought from local BMW garage, please feel free to ask them for history. MOT October 2013, Tax August 2013 – for more information please call 01620 810052 or 07881 371233

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