All body work very clean and scuff free, windshield clear as are gauge lenses. is the true classic BMW enthusiast's bike, residing with the same When you bid we pre-authorize your credit card for the service fee (this helps prevent fraud). This particular bike is more of a PROGRESSIVE restoration.
The first 20,000 miles on this K1, must’ve been extremely careful, as there doesn’t appear to be a mark on it. Dual locking storage compartments are housed in the left and right tail sections, while a removable color-matched cowl covers the passenger pillion. Finished in a dramatic Lapis blue finish with Heated grips are standard too. Blue 1990 BMW K1 for sale located in St. Louis, Missouri - $13,900 (ClassicCars.com ID CC-740940). Additionally, the original saddle bags and original K1 Rain covers. It has had two owners since new, both New Zealand Police Officers. Also, the K1 is the first The starting bid for this ZX-7R K1 is $18,000 with no takers yet and several days left on the auction. While a liquid-cooled inline four sounds pretty conventional, BMW of course had to do it their own way, and the long-stroke, Bosch-injected, longitudinally-mounted engine was laid-over on its side to keep the center of gravity low. BMW’s new Paralever shaft drive is in a single-sided monoshock rear suspension, with more conventional front forks.
It was mated with a stiffened chassis, that included a single sided Paralever swingarm, designed to stop shaft drive induced pitch and dive under heavy acceleration and braking, the first use of this on a K-series bike. except North America, where it was standard.
NOW SOLD See Text. These certainly aren’t display pieces and, with prices relatively low, a nice K1 could make a pretty neat alternative for riders obsessed with quirky. For more info, read about our auctions or email us with any questions. I replaced many of the non OEM bolts so that’s all good to go. This K1 shows 26k miles and is offered with a tool roll, service records from 2020, and a clean Florida title in the seller’s name. I purchased this bike from the second owner. This allowed for a low center of gravity; the crankshaft runs parallel with the bike on the right side and made for easy power takeoff for the shaft drive. Whatever your feelings about the color and bodywork, this bike was a piece of aerodynamic work with the coefficient of drag coming out at 0.38.
So much so that I’m selling all 3 of my rides to get it and then some! Also replaced all 3 rotors as others weren’t in as good of shape but looks good now.
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New in NZ it has travelled 22,300 kms (about 14,000 miles) and is in excellent condition. Your bid has been posted in the comment flow on the listing, and you can see other bids there as they happen. Of course, each manufacturer built limited-production homologation specials to help create the very best foundation for their World Superbike entries, except for Honda, whose RC30 was basically an homologation special to begin with. A bit too futuristically-styled, and possibly a bit too ambitious in terms of technology, it certainly shook things up for BMW, and it also helped them prepare for stricter emissions requirements that were in the pipeline, something their airhead flat twin wouldn’t be capable of meeting. The ZX-7R was Kawasaki’s entry into the hotly-contested 750cc superbike class in racing and on the street, their answer to the Suzuki GSX-R750, Yamaha’s YZF-750R, and Honda’s RC30. Featured Listing – 1986 Honda NS400R in Rothmans Livery ! Believe it or not but, when this bike was released BMW fans found it outrageous and not inline with the traditionalist look of prior BMWs.
However, it does come with a pristine set of OEM flat slides, the proper air box and a spare bright green windscreen. Additional features include a low-drag rear fender and trim as well as a center stand with a lifting aid. At the time, Scott Russell was the man and this was his bike of choice. 1990 BMW K1 for sale on eBay Responding to impending emissions rules, BMW developed the straight-four in the early 80’s for the K100. I’ll post a bunch of picture to see. motorcycle media and buying public's mind of BMW as only a The collection of accessory soft bags and rain covers are unavailable except on the used market and a useful addition. If you would like additional attribution for your work we are happy to accommodate. The motorcycle is being sold on a clean and clear title. Your real-time updates could not be connected. shaft drive induced pitch and dive under heavy acceleration and
The seller says the ABS was removed when they purchased the bike, though it was supplied with all the ABS parts. Drool over the high resolution photography, and tell me this isn’t the cleanest K1 you have seen in the wild. The ABS sensor also needs to be reset. The condition, originality, and accessories make this K1 something special.
BMW K1 - 1990's Icon - Looking sharp.
Power is from a 988cc inline-four mated to a five-speed transmission, and the bike is finished in red with yellow accents. A tool roll and receipts from the recent service are included in the sale.
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