2014 BMW C650 GT
It's a BMW........scooter.
It's pretty neat.
It's a scooter so, you know, no shifting.
It's a BMW and it's a scooter!
It's only got 2200 miles!
Fine, I got nuthin'. Here's a cut-n-paste....
The two-cylinder inline engine of the C 650 GT is an all-new development by BMW Motorrad with a displacement of 647 cc. Its rated power output is 60 hp at 7,500 rpm, and its maximum torque of 49 ft/lb is available at 6,000 rpm. The power is transferred via a directly integrated CVT, or continuously variable transmission.
The engine owes its low position and low center of gravity to its cylinder bank, which is inclined to the front through 70 degrees. The characteristc sound and low vibration levels are the result of the 90 degree crank pin offset, 270 degree ignition spacing, and two balance shafts driven by spur gears.
An electronic fuel injection system supplies the four valves under the two overhead camshafts. Oil is supplied from a dry sump with double oil pump, and an efficient cooling concept optimized the thermal equilibrium in the two-cylinder engine.
The exhaust system is made completely of stainless steel and complies with motorcycle specifications. Fitted with a closed loop catalytic converter and an oxygen sensor, the C 600 Sport fulfills the future Euro-4 emission limits.
One objective in the development of the C 650 GT was to combine directional stability at high speeds with agile handling in city traffic and clear feedback to the rider - just like a motorcycle.
Accordingly, the design of the C 650 GT suspension features a torsionally rigid hybrid interconnection of a tubular steel bridge frame and a diecast aluminum unit at the swing arm bearing. In addition, the two-cylinder inline engine functions as a bearing element, presenting a particularly rigid construction for stable and high precision response.
Riding stability is enhanced by the bearing for the cat light-alloy single swing arm with coaxial center of rotation. Also, the suspension is designed to provide an engaging, comfortable ride. At the front, an upside down fork presents a generous diametere of 1.57 inches (40 mm). The rear end presents an angled spring strut on the left side. The spring travels are each 4.5 inches, as also commonly seen in street motorcycles. The tire widths and cross sections of the C 650 GT are aligned to motorcycle dimensions.
The new C 650 GT is fitted with a powerful braking system consisting of a two-rotor disc brake at the front and a single disc brake at the rear, each 10.6 inches (270 mm) in diameter. The standard BMW Motorrad ABS ensures maximum possible safety.
The instrument cluster of the C 650 GT presents a large, easily readable LCD display with integrated engine speed readout and an analogue speedometer. The instrument cluster offers considerably more functions than usual in this vehicle class.
What's different from the BMW C 600 Sport???
On the C 650 GT, the rider and passenger have a more relaxed sitting position. The ergonomics designed for even greater passenger capability and comfort are found in a more comfortable seat with adjustable backrest for the rider in conjunction with a higher handlebar and comfortable floor boards in lieu of separate footrests for the passenger. In addition, the C 650 GT presents a larger, powered windscreen for even better protection against wind and weather.
Ergonomics: C 650 GT with very comfortable seat position as a result of higher handlebar, more comfortable and larger seat with adjustable backrest for the rider, and foot boards for the passenger, and a seat height of 30.7 inches.
Windscreen: C 650 GT with an organic design language emphasizing comfort attributes. C 650 GT with generously sized panels for outstanding comfort and protection against wind and weather.
Headlights, Turn Indicators and Rear Light:C 650 GT: front turn indicators integrated in the mirrors, twin circular headlights, LED rear light cluster with integrated turn indicators.
Storage Space: C 650 GT with a large storage space of about 2.1 cubic feet in the tail for storing two helmets and some additional items.
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Super fresh superbike, only 600 miles!
Only reason for the sale is the owner picked up a 1199 Superleggera!
Some nice add-ons and changes were made. Rims were professionally painted. The mirror block-offs were installed with a bar-end mirror placed, legally, on the left or you can take it with the stock mirrors. The Termignoni full system is in it's proper place.
Still plenty of manufacturer warranty left!
2011 DUCATI 848 EVO
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2002 DUCATI 998 S BAYLISS EDITION
Number 343 out of 400 ever made!
Pretty much stock except for the levers, plate relocate kit and turn signals.
One owner bike with 3341 miles.
2014 MV AGUSTA RIVALE 800
Holy Schmoley! We got a used Rivale up for grabs! I certainly do NOT expect to see another one come in anytime soon. Especially in this condition.
It's only a couple months "old" so it still has plenty of the factory 2 year/unlimited mile warranty.
Break in service already complete!
Grab it quick!
*photos of the actual bike will be coming soon......which one of you pilfered my camera?!?!*
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We've got a REALLY nicely maintained GSXR up for grabs!
It's a one owner bike and he only put on 6200 miles a year since he got it new in 2006.
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Great road and track bike!!