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BMW and Touratech R1200 GS 3 months, 2 weeks ago #558874

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Prototype Rambler at mcn website, I'd love one

Re: BMW and Touratech R1200 GS 3 months, 2 weeks ago #558916

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THis post is useless without pics.
Or at least a link...

Re: BMW and Touratech R1200 GS 3 months, 2 weeks ago #558924

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That's useful

Re: BMW and Touratech R1200 GS 3 months, 2 weeks ago #558926

It's on the ABR front page, nice looking bike....I'd have one

Re: BMW and Touratech R1200 GS 3 months, 2 weeks ago #558930

Love the look, does anyone know how much it costs?

Time to sell a kidney?


@VR_Rhodes

Re: BMW and Touratech R1200 GS 3 months, 2 weeks ago #558938

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I think the one on the front page of ABR mag is the one Simon Thomas built for himself. Think the rambler is this one
1-BMW.jpg

Re: BMW and Touratech R1200 GS 3 months, 2 weeks ago #559061

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That's what I thought.
An interesting bike certainly. But being a BMW and farkled by TT you will need
to have a platinum credit card

BMW and Touratech reveal R 1200 GS Rambler prototype 3 months, 2 weeks ago #559682

LIking that Alot. if its a true sub 200 kgs then the Touratech boys done good!

Re: BMW and Touratech reveal R 1200 GS Rambler prototype 3 months, 1 week ago #559691

Helicoptermanr22 wrote:
LIking that Alot. if its a true sub 200 kgs then the Touratech boys done good!

OMG--1981 R80 G/S 167kg !!touratw"t still too lardy for any sensible offroad--but agree it has the "look"

Re: BMW and Touratech R1200 GS 3 months, 1 week ago #559694

Rambler in the Azores..
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