1976 BMW R90/6, Black. Dual Disc, Stainless Spokes, Koni Shocks, Only 46,891 Miles. VERY CLEAN!!!
Within the last 5,000 Miles, this beautiful R90/6 has had the final drive re-sealed, new rear brake shoes, Metzeller 880 front and 88 rear tires, new front brake Master Cylinder an a Dual front disk brake setup installed, with braded stainless front brake lines to optimize the braking ability. The wheels were re-spoked with stainless spokes, the motor top end was resealed, the body was painted BMW Avus Black paint and hand pin stripping to factory design, and new rubber knee pads and tank Rondels and battery cover decals were installed.
We just did an engine service and general check-over to be sure everything is tip-top!
A Garman GPS has been installed on a proper mount between the handlebars.
This beautiful BMW is clean, correct and unmodified; it’s getting increasingly difficult to find moderate mileage BMW R90/6s in this nice of condition!. The frame and motor numbers match. The tires are Metzeller; the rear is in Good condition, and the front is in Very Good condition. The exhaust is in Good condition, the Battery is in good condition. It also has a BMW tool kit.
This bike would be great for weekend day trips or as a daily rider. If you’re looking for a nice BMW R90/6, don’t let this one pass you by.
If you’re want to a BMW to tour on, or need a way to carry your laptop / lunch / purse / briefcase, or whatever, we can provide good used windshield, full fairing, rack, saddlebags, etc. with free installation. Ask for a quote.
We would be happy to answer any questions you have about this BMW motorcycle; please call us at 614.837.1160. To see more high resolution views of this bike in detail, please copy the link below to your browser search bar to direct you to our online photo storage on Picturepush, or request our series of high resolution photos via an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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