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post #2 of 5 Old Oct 2nd, 2014, 8:32 pm
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The R1200RS looks very good to me.


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Nice bike, but some of these old girls still have flair. This one below was recently sold on Kijiji here in Alberta. Don't know the year or model but she has fine lines
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I've put a deposit down on the 12RS, now to wait 6 months or so... It least a bit more time to save up for the extras.
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At the motorcycle show in Seattle today. That R1200RS looks like it will be a winner. The seating position is really good. Full bags are a good thing. They will be selling many of these over the next few years. It looks especially light too. Pretty darn traditional in looks to boot. I could almost see trading in my GS for one.

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