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    Arsey.. Nice bike, I’ll be looking at one at the NEC Monday for/with my mate, shame the Urban has gone though, I luv mine..
    After experiencing Bmw service hospitality recently/still ongoing, I may look elsewhere..
    I’ve had Green bikes before, I would again

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    Quote Originally Posted by snaponphil View Post
    Arsey.. Nice bike, I’ll be looking at one at the NEC Monday for/with my mate, shame the Urban has gone though, I luv mine..
    After experiencing Bmw service hospitality recently/still ongoing, I may look elsewhere..
    I’ve had Green bikes before, I would again
    Loved the Turban but not the pain it gave me.And had bad experience with local dealer,after a 9 year gap since last new BMW.
    Will never use the, again .Arrogant twats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arsey View Post
    Loved the Turban but not the pain it gave me.And had bad experience with local dealer,after a 9 year gap since last new BMW.
    Will never use the, again .Arrogant twats.
    Haha, in my reply to BMW customer service I used ‘condescending’ but arrogant would have been accurate

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    I had a look at one today at the NEC and won’t be ordering one. It simply didn’t have anything about it visually that made me think it was a bike I wanted. No doubt the engine will be a belter but that’s not enough for me now I’m older and a bit less interested in out and out power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyB_11 View Post
    I had a look at one today at the NEC and won’t be ordering one. It simply didn’t have anything about it visually that made me think it was a bike I wanted. No doubt the engine will be a belter but that’s not enough for me now I’m older and a bit less interested in out and out power.
    Ha ha, I too , have tried kidding myself, it's not about the power now I'm getting on a bit; but to be honest, itsthe only new bike I could see , as a direct replacement for the mothership; and if I could get over 20yrs , and nearly a 100,000 miles out of one, like my ZZR; it will be cheap at the price. There's nothing that looks remotely like it, or has the built like a fuckin fast tank build , that could carry 2 of us , and kit all over the place. It's looking like a goer at £15'000 .

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    Quote Originally Posted by snelly View Post
    Ha ha, I too , have tried kidding myself, it's not about the power now I'm getting on a bit; but to be honest, itsthe only new bike I could see , as a direct replacement for the mothership; and if I could get over 20yrs , and nearly a 100,000 miles out of one, like my ZZR; it will be cheap at the price. There's nothing that looks remotely like it, or has the built like a fuckin fast tank build , that could carry 2 of us , and kit all over the place. It's looking like a goer at £15'000 .
    If I was bothered about having a rocket on wheels I’d have bought the sports version of the H2 when it came out but I’ve gradually lost interest in speed over the last 3 years or so. Don’t get me wrong, I’ll still give every bike I buy a top speed run but the idea of blasting across Germany at warp speed is one of those been there, done that things that I can’t be arsed with now.

    I never thought I’d admit to that one!

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    I am a big Kawa fan but the fast sport tourer range have crap fairings. They are into the low sleek look and fec wind protection.
    If you are going to use this bike for long trips I think this would be an issue.
    In the promo vid they have model type rider and passenger snugged down.
    People dont ride like that for long periods.
    So it will be a stonking Sunday morning bike.
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    I really like that.

    Liked my ZZR performance sport as well.

    But that Supercharger Whine.... yum

    What are the service intervals like, and costs... I wonder?

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    Click here to find out how to remove these ads

    Seen it in the flesh yesterday, really nice bike.. Road test coming up ASAP

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