This is the most exceptionally well designed and executed multi-purpose sidecar rig we’ve ever seen or had the pleasure of piloting. Now it is our great opportunity to find it a new home. Bob has quite a few sidecars himself and has been to countless events and seen thousands of sidecar rigs at rallies, sidecar conventions, off-road gatherings and visited a great number of the past and present designers and fabricators of three wheeled fun over the last few decades on several continents. He says this one really stands out from the pack for a lot of reasons. And if he had unlimited dollars and space as Gerald and Ted Dowering, owners of Motorcyclepedia in Newburgh, New York, or George Barber at the Barber Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham, Alabama, seem to have — go see both before you die — he’d just hold onto it so he could share it, taking it out on occasional rides or longer adventures and treating others to that fabulous passenger seat and view.But he does not have unlimited space, or money, so our goal is to match this wonderful rig up with a new owner who will care for and enjoy it as it was intended to be played with. This machine started life as a solo 2012 R1200GS right here at Bob’s BMW in Maryland, the center of the Mid-Atlantic nestled between New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina and yes we consider South Carolina to be our close neighbor too. It has had just one very caring owner since new and it was that person who directed its conversion into this fine sidecar rig that we have in our showroom today. It has just 9,391 original miles (about half with the sidecar) since its arrival here including the 50 or so that Bob and a few of the staff have placed on it thus far. The longer it stays the more likely it is we’ll add some miles to that odometer because it is so much fun.