General discussion of the BMW R1200RT/R1250RT
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Hello all, I,ve become the happy owner of a 2010 r1200rt mu today. Can't wait till I pick it up next Sunday morning. It's the light grey colour, Ostra I think. Not fully loaded but it has the heated grips and seat, esa and the navigator sat nav, plus the big top box. 17000 miles with full Bmw history, always wanted one, now I've got one, I'm one happy chap.
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Hi and welcome Zebedee, enjoy your `new toy' and this Forum.....
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Hi, hope u enjoy the new bike.
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Welcome Zebedee enjoy the bike.
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Zebedee welcome to the forum from a fellow new BMW convert, sounds like a great bike. Enjoy your new purchase on Sunday, with many miles to look forward to.
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Welcome - save and pleasant trips with the new bike.
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Welcome Zebedee - I'm a late convert to the RT too. Bought mine thinking I'd just use it for my 60-mile winter commute but I like it so much, it's staying!
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Won't be long before your quoted as saying " best bike I ever owned". I did!
A bike that I can do hundreds of miles a day on and still get off and walk