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2010 BMW F650GS

Joined
Jan 12, 2013
Messages
29
Location
Austin, Texas
#1
I've enjoyed this bike, but don't ride it enough these days to justify keeping it. This is a great motorcycle and can do almost anything you need, from cruising down the interstate to taking you on off-road adventures. The bike has only around 6,000 miles on it and has had it's recommended service. I put in a new battery (pigtails attached for easy maintenance) last summer and it is on a charger. The bike has the following:

BMW Vario expandable sidecases with RKA soft luggage inside. All locks are keyed to the ignition key.
Additional PIAA headlights.
Antilock brakes (might one day save your life).
An upgraded Saddleman Adventure seat - very comfortable.
A Kaoko throttle lock to give your right hand some rest.
A barely used Guardian motorcycle cover to keep everything clean and secure from the elements.
A Wolfman tankbag to carry incidentals.
Upgraded windshied.
Hand guards.
Skid plate and crash bars.
Center stand.
Expansion plate on the side stand.

This motorcycle runs great and I have a clean title. $6,500.00
The first of these two pictures is a stock internet photo. The second is an older picture that doesn't reflect all the upgrades.
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HiHOSilverGS

Forum Supporter
Joined
Oct 2, 2012
Messages
113
Location
Whitehouse Texas
#2
I got one of these, last year from a rider in Hutto. It's a 2009, same color as yours, and similar farkels. I think it's my "forever" bike, unless we could figure out a trade somehow.
 
Joined
Jan 12, 2013
Messages
29
Location
Austin, Texas
#3
I know what you mean. I researched a lot and determined this one hit the "sweet spot" for the most practicality and versatility before I bought it from Lone Star BMW. I'm at the point in my life at which I am simply going to stop riding, so I'm not interested in trading. Enjoy your 2009. Thanks for looking and commenting.
 
Joined
Jul 14, 2005
Messages
831
Location
Leander
#4
These are great bikes and if I was going to get another bike at present it would be one of the F650/700GS series. They will do anything and do it well. We sure sold a lot at Lone Star. Robert
 
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