2006 BMW R1200 RTP Police Authority bike, Only 2,123 Miles. yes, less that is only four digits- Pristine 2006 BMW R1200 RTP Police bike, or "Authority" bike. I bought this in 2010 from Bobs BMW in Maryland when it had about 1,000 miles on it. I’m not sure how they were able to do it, but the bike was sold new to a civilian, not a police department, and it has never had service use. Now, it only has only 2,123 miles (plus the few I’ll put on until sale). The bike is in incredible, minty condition. It’s been regularly maintained with oil changes, new tires, fluid changes and other regular maintenance. It’s had the two RT factory service recalls performed by the dealer. One was to replace the fuel pump and other was to replace a flange on the rear wheel. Most all RTP versions you'll find will have tens of thousands of miles, not just two thousand. You can find cheaper, but none with this low milage that are as clean and pristine. The RTP is wired for all the police gear, with integrated switches and features ABS brakes, heated grips, a calibrated speedometer, an auxiliary battery, crash bars, and integrated rear top-case. First gear is calibrated to go exactly 7 mph, parade speed, at throttle. New Dunlop Pilots installed about 300 miles ago– much grippier than the ten-year old rubber they replaced. The side cases are purposely narrower than a standard RT for urban maneuverability. A single key operates the top box, the panniers and the ignition. The crash bars are designed so that if the bike is tipped over, nothing is damaged. The paint and plastics are exceptionally clean and minty. At one time, I did get a small scratch in one of the pannier lids and looked for months for a NOS lid ($$) to replace it. Also, I bought a heated seat that comes with the bike. I have the owners manual, original key, spare valet key and the original Police “Authority” pamphlet that came with the bike. I’ve installed PIAA driving lights. They are great at night and compliment the “authority” look of the bike, but note, are completely legal. The bike has a clear Texas title is in my name, and in my possession. I’m thinning out a collection of rare, hard to find, unusual bikes. This is one of them. Asking $7000. Offers considered. You can find cheaper, but none as clean, low mileage or collectible. Text or email with questions. Inspections welcome in Austin, Texas.