My name is Earl and I bought a new 2019 BMW R1250RT in August. Hands down the best motorcycle I have ever owned. I think the egineers got together and said, " What does Earl want in a motorcycle?" and then they built this one. I love it!
Phenomenal motorcycles for certain and they get better and better the longer you ride them! My '16 I ordered new and have 42K now and it rides as good or better than ever.
I wanted to mention to you if your dealer didn't you might want to run the front tire on the Michelin you have there at 39-40psi, not the recommended 36.3psi. That tire, at least PR4GT did and dunno about PR5GT if that's what you have, often scallops quite quickly when run at the recommended psi on wethead RT models.
Also, there are two small plastic end caps that I think your side cases rest against secured w/ two screws. Remove them and secure them w/ loctite as they migrate out and you can lose them. And, BEFORE you remove the side panels (the ones w/ the BMW trim pieces in photo below) come back here and read how to do it as they have a very vulnerable tab that snaps off if you don't remove and replace the panels the correct way which when done is both easy and won't break the tabs off. Not sure if BMW fixed these items in the newer models but in case they haven't you've been warned.
Some have suggested if you let the bike fully boot up BEFORE hitting the starter button you may avoid premature failure of your low beam bulb. Some think this is an internet hoax, but I've yet to have an OEM bulb fail and I practice this religiously. The low beam bulb is a challenge to replace, but once you understand it it's not bad and there are very good guides here about this.
One final minor suggestion: I never installed a protector over my headlight lens and within a short time it became very pitted. Were I to buy a new RT I would install this right away! You can see how pitted it can become and that below photo was maybe at 10K miles.
End cap on right side:
Side panel I referred to w/ the vulnerable tab:
Pitted bad and $1150 to replace!