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Offline ParkingLotRossi

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FS: 2017 BMW S1000R (AGAIN)
« on: September 11, 2018, 06:23:08 PM »
I really hate to do this (especially after just joining the forums not too long ago) but I have decided to sell my 2017 BMW S1000R.

FACTORY FEATURES

    165hp Inline-4 Engine
    Traction Control
    Cornering ABS Pro, Disengageable
    Cruise Control
    Heated Grips
    Akrapovic Titanium & Carbon Fiber Exhaust
    Quick Shifter Up and Down
    Driving Modes: Rain, Road, Dynamic, and Dynamic Pro
    Active Suspension with Dynamic Dampening Control
    HP Forged wheels

UPGRADES

Brand new Michelin Pilot Power 2CT tires, $283.45
Pitbull spools, $24.95
Puig Windscreen, $100.60  (I still have stock "windscreen")
R&G sidestand foot, $50.95
Motodynamic Fender Eliminator, $76.95
Motodynamic smoked tail/brake light, $109.95  (I still have stock tail/brake light)
Techspec Tank Grips, $79.95















In total, $681.80 worth of all the upgrades you would want on a new BMW S1000R Premium.

All service has been done at BMW of Denver, 6k service done in June, new brake pads and new tires, factory warranty till Apr 2020. Bike did go down low speed lowside on the right hand side but damage was cosmetic and all damaged parts (except for the brake lever nub which pictured above)has been replaced with BRAND NEW OEM parts. BMW of Denver looked over the bike and gave it their blessing. Bike runs great! Odo as of 5/23/2019 is at 7575. Miles will go up as I will still ride the bike.

I am asking $11000! Price is slightly negotiable. Great price for a great bike Still under factory warranty! Bike is located in Colorado Springs, CO. Please PM me if interested or know someone else who is!

Thanks for looking!
« Last Edit: July 24, 2019, 05:02:46 PM by ParkingLotRossi »

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Re: FS: 2017 BMW S1000R
« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2018, 07:38:22 AM »
12000!

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Re: FS: 2017 BMW S1000R
« Reply #2 on: February 02, 2019, 02:57:44 AM »
What did the rims set you back?

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Re: FS: 2017 BMW S1000R
« Reply #3 on: February 02, 2019, 05:59:20 AM »
Nothing, they came on the bike, stock HP wheels.

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Re: FS: 2017 BMW S1000R
« Reply #4 on: May 23, 2019, 05:58:55 PM »
$11000!

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Re: FS: 2017 BMW S1000R (AGAIN)
« Reply #5 on: July 24, 2019, 05:05:08 PM »
11000 obo! Miles will no longer climb since I currently have the bike on consignment! If it still does not sell I will probably trade it in for a leftover Triumph Tiger. I have all receipts from service done at dealer, bike is clean! Someone give it a new home!

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Re: FS: 2017 BMW S1000R (AGAIN)
« Reply #6 on: July 26, 2019, 01:09:37 AM »
Im in London so not a potential buyer, but why are you selling it? Or even considering swapping it, and for a Tiger, no less?
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Re: FS: 2017 BMW S1000R (AGAIN)
« Reply #7 on: July 27, 2019, 06:49:20 PM »
*Originally Posted by subs_p [+]
Im in London so not a potential buyer, but why are you selling it? Or even considering swapping it, and for a Tiger, no less?

Aww man, when I saw someone posted in this topic you got my hopes up! :)

Well I really just want to try something new, I'd like to get a more "tour" friendly bike which won't be as thirsty on the gas, I'd also like to do some "adventuring" and be able to take it off road (nothing  super crazy mind otherwise I'd be looking at a dirtbike and I definitely would not trade my S1000R in for a dirtbike lol), plus it is a better "road" bike than the S1000R IMO.

The R is a great bike and has been great, just want something different. Sure, I will be down on power definitely but they are different bikes made for different purposes and the Tiger is awesome at what it was made for, handled better than I was thinking it would when I test rode it and has great features like heated grips AND seat + pillion, cruise, modes, LED lights OEM on the model I am looking to get... it is just a great setup.

Once the Tiger is paid off I will then look to get my "speed" bike fix again, either w/the new R when that finally comes out, the new gen RR (hopefully w/the issues ironed out) or a Tuono (hopefully Aprilia will refresh their lines of bikes, like LED lights for example and put the bikes on a diet.)
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Re: FS: 2017 BMW S1000R (AGAIN)
« Reply #8 on: July 28, 2019, 11:20:05 AM »
Sorry to raise your hopes! But I know what you mean, I've been there...I've only been riding a few years (less than 10) and in that time I've experimented..I started off on CBF600 which is very upright, then I bought a Suzuki GSXR750, which was an absolutely amazing bike (light, agile, and powerful) but my back couldn't handle the seating position, so I traded it for a Yamaha Vulcan (I know, lol) thinking the extremely upright seating position would be easier for my back..turns out my lower back firmly disagreed, and I ended up selling it..at some point I also tried an MT-07, but turns out I don't like rev-happy torquey two cylinder engines..too jumpy and snatchy, I prefer my inline fours..that's how I ended up on an S1000R, it was the best of everything..closest seating position to what I like, the power, the toys, the power, so...yeah! In any case, good luck with selling yours..have you tried eBay or like AutoTrader or something? I don't know the US equivalent, but here it costs 80 to advertise a car or a bike but it's worth it, it sells much faster..
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Re: FS: 2017 BMW S1000R (AGAIN)
« Reply #9 on: July 28, 2019, 12:30:39 PM »
I'm in the same boat, was seriously considering walking away from my 2017 to get a steeply discounted 2016 Multistrada S Touring (and may still do it).  The dealer will give me what I owe on my bike and the multi is discounted over $5,000 CAD, but I've been waiting for Ducati to announce the V4 Multi.

The S1000R is a potent tool, but I'm finding I ride it less and less because of how painful it is on longer rides, personally I should have bought an XR or Multi instead.

 


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