USED PARTS DEPARTMENT:
In early winter brought home 10 later model (1990-2015), very low mile, never wrecked BMW parts bikes, that we were lucky to buy from a closed mechanics school with an agreement that we must part them out; Before we part them out we have been getting them started, and then riding each of them to test out the drive train, ABS, and other components (videos are available). So far we have parted a 1993 R100GS with 3,000 miles, a 1999 R1200C with 36,000 miles, a 2001 R1150RT with 3,060 miles, a 2003 F650CS with 729 miles, a 2004 K1200LT with 6 miles, a 2004 R1200GS with 3 miles, and a 2005 K1200S with 670 miles. A 2015 R1200R with 12,798 miles, a 1997 K1200RS, and several more late model BMWs will be parted soon.
BIKE SALES DEPARTMENT:
We are now in the process of going over a clean, low mileage, 1985 BMW R80RT, less than 30,000 miles. This is the Mono-shock model with better brakes and suspension than the older twin shock models. The deep service is finished, and we have decided to build a solo Cafe Bike with it. Watch for photos and details coming soon in our in our Pre-Owned BMW section.
Just click on the "Pre-Owned" button to the left, then scroll down to the list with photos. Hit the RED "See details" button on the right of each listing to see the details and more high resolution photos.
Due to numerous requests, we have begun to list some of our not running BMW "Project" Bikes. Please scroll down to the middle of the "Pre-Owned" page. Each motorcycle listed has a "Catagory" directly under the year & model; look for "Project Bike". There you will find photos and descriptions of several Vintage BMWs that are not running, and that we will not have any time to rebuild anytime soon. Perhaps there is just that model that you have been looking for.
|We have many Quality, 'READY TO RIDE' BMW cycles in stock. To see some of them, click on the 'Pre-Owned' button. (on left, near top) More will be posted as we get them serviced.
Our BMW Motorcycle Salvage department has numerous 'project' bikes to choose from. More will be arriving regularly.
The Blue "E-Mail Us" button at the lower left is only for comments and suggestions, NOT Parts requests. Please use the large BLUE button that says "Parts Requests" in RED to reach the parts request form.