The BMW R1100RS- The 2000 BMW R 1100 RS addresses riders who expect higher levels of performance from their touring machine. It comes with features such as die-cast aluminium wheels, an adjustable windscreen, a dual seat, a small luggage rack, pillion grab handles, an analogue instrument cluster, dual front disc brakes coupled to a single disc in the rear and a high-end suspension package composed of a BMW Motorrad Telelever unit in the front and a rear Paralever unit. The Telelever design has a superficially similar appearance to telescopic forks, but braking forces are taken back horizontally, minimising "fork dive". A rear subframe supported the rider, passenger and luggage. The 1085cc engine makes a claimed 90 horsepower at the crank. This is from its air-cooled, four-stroke, boxer two cylinder powerplant paired to a five-speed manual transmission with a shaft final drive. The engine is named "Oilhead". Yep, there’s no mistaking this bike for anything other than a BMW. As expected, it’s got versatility coming out the exhaust. Thanks to rock-solid handling and plenty of throaty torque, it can pull triple duty as a pick-up-a-gallon-of-milk bike, a corner carver, or even mile gobbler. Think of it as an 90-horsepower chameleon. This one is clean. It has been fully serviced, and it is ready to rde!!!
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