Here is a very clean, all-black BMW K1200R ABS with Sport wheels & about 25K miles.It has a lot of of aftermarket & factory accessories to make it a comfortable & very powerful sports-tourer (163hp/93.7 ft/lbs +). You can troll round all day in urban environments on it, then out on the open road, when the rider gives it some stick, it becomes a growling beasty.The accessories list includes factory expando panniers w/liners, large & small Vario tankbags, optional centerstand, Nav III GPS with quick detachable mount & wiring, BMW tinted Sport 'screen, aftermarket tall tinted touring 'screen & Wunderlich mini-screen, Kaoko throttle control, BMW "Comfort" seat, Clear Alternatives taillight & clear turn indicators & original red taillight, SchwabenMax rear suspension link which raises the back end 25mm for quicker steering & stock link for stock seat height, Remus carbon-fibre exhaust with quiet core & stock exhaust canister with catalytic convertor, Booster Plug fuel enrichener, a brand new set of Continental Sport Attack tires to go (the currently installed Conti Sport Attacks have about 1,500-plus miles left on them), & an easily-adjustable APE timing chain tensioner because the original oil pressure-driven item is commonly regarded as ****, R&G engine crash protectors & front axle sliders, Bestem carbon-fibre clutch cover protector, front Fenda Extenda & rear factory accessory fender splash guard, K1300R radiator shrouds because they're cleaner looking, and an Ilmberger carbon-fibre belly pan (some of the accessories are not pictured but still included in the sale).I purchased this motorbike about three years ago from a friend & former Beemer dealership colleague who used it to commute around the Greater Seattle area & on a few cross-state tours. I had another, a silver K1200R, at the time & swapped the painted body panels for each bike, thus, we have an all-black model that BMW never offered. The ABS module was rebuilt by Module Master. All factory recalls have been performed. The bike had a slight clutch judder at take-off, which I fixed with a Barnett steel & fibre set and upgrading the clutch pushrod which is the oil route for the pack. No more judder, a nice feel at the lever, and smooth, precise shifting.The following service requirements have been performed: fluids including brake, clutch & coolant, oil & filter, final drive oil, valve clearance check, NGK sparkies & coil inspection, & air filter. This bike goes with the lot. Limited test rides are available with proper license & cash in hand. The bike has a clean WA state title and is garaged in Milton, WA. Thanks for taking the time to read this tome.