BMW K1300GT (2009 - present)

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BMW K1300GT (2009 - present)

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Reviewed: by Visordown
Anyone out there packed in smoking for a New Year’s resolution? I didn’t, but I can definitely recommend the K1300GT for those looking for something to do with their hands. I counted ten things that I could poke, push, pull and prod that didn’t involve the clutch or just hanging ...  Continue reading

Reader Reviews

5 user reviews of BMW K1300GT (2009 - present) See all

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A great bike that takes a lot of beating, handles like a sports bike and not many bikes can keep up with its acceleration. If your buying one go for full spec with all toys and add full crash bungs, they will s Continue reading...
A very sporty tourer with all the bells and whistles you could ask for. Big mistake in binning it from BMWs line up. Continue reading...

Having owned and loved a 2007 RT for almost two years it had been my plan to swop it for a later model and enjoy the newer engine. However I began to be attracted by the looks and reports about the K1300 GT. In Continue reading...
If you want a bike to do stuff I can't fault it. Whatever I ask of this bike it always responds and has more to give.
If you want a bike to fall in love with, you might have to look elsewhere.
Very easy to ha Continue reading...
Superb bike, a proper wolf in sheeps clothing, the engine is gorgeous. It's a real contender for a perfect allrounder single bike ownership experience. Costs a fortune but it will cling on to it's value much be Continue reading...


Great Bike, Great Price but discounts are available you should get at least 10%.

I managed 18%

Posted: 20/10/2010 at 23:28

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  • Price: £12240.00
  • Year: from 2009
  • Top speed: 155mph
  • Engine capacity: 1293cc
  • Power: 160bhp
  • Torque: 99lb ft
  • Weight: 255kg

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