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2014 Bmw F800gsa Dual Sport on 2040motos

US $15,490.00
YearYear:2014 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: RACING RED
Location:

Brookfield, Connecticut, US

Brookfield, CT, US
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BMW Other tech info

TypeType:Dual Sport Stock NumberStock Number:ZF89656 PhonePhone:8883650450

BMW Other description

2014 BMW F800GSA, Active PackageLED Fog LightOff Road Mode (ABS/ASC)Enduro PackageESA II (Electronic SuspenLuxury PackageHeated GripsOn Board ComputerCenter StandEnduro ASCContact Dave or Zac at MAX BMW CT for more info at (203)740-1270.

Moto blog

40-Day Motorcycle Ride for Breast Cancer Groups

Fri, 17 Jun 2011

Charlotte, N.C., writer and motorcycle adventurer Tamela Rich is heading out on a cross-country ride to raise money for breast cancer causes. Along her tour, Rich will meet with breast cancer survivors and interview them for her upcoming book, “Live Full Throttle: What You Can Learn About Life From Women Who’ve Faced Cancer”. This will be Rich’s second tour across the country.

Nitron Introduces Adventure Series Shocks

Tue, 11 Feb 2014

The latest suspension manufacturer to hit the block, Nitron is hitting the ground running. Its latest offering, the Adventure series of shocks, leaves no question as to its intended pursuit. Crafted from aluminum alloy with stainless steel fittings, Nitron Adventure Series of shocks are lighter weight than standard ones, and are built to withstand the harsh environments adventure riders are known to travel.

IIHS Asks NHTSA to Make ABS Brakes Mandatory for All Street-legal Motorcycles in US

Fri, 07 Jun 2013

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the Highway Loss Data Institute have submitted a letter to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration petitioning in favor of making anti-lock brakes mandatory for all new on-highway motorcycles. The letter, addressed to David Strickland, NHTSA administrator, included a recent IIHS study on the effects of ABS on motorcycle fatal crash rates. The report found ABS technology reduces the rate of fatal crashes by 31%, while collision claim rates were 20% lower with ABS-equipped motorcycles.