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2007 BMW K1200S originally owned by the Broncos NFL pl William Oshodin (Luverne)

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Due to unfortunate circumstances I'm going to have to trade my bike for a new car. I bought the bike about 3 years ago thinking I'll be able to get back on a bike soon but the day after I bought it I injured my back again so it's been in storage ever since. I put a new battery in it and washed it off the best I could. Due to a disability I'm no longer able to really detail it like I would like to but my buddy helped me get it cleaned up and ready to trade. We drained the gas and put new in it and added some Sea Foam then put a new battery in it and it fired right up.
I'm looking to trade it for a 2003-2008 Toyota Matrix XRS or a 2003-2008 Pontiac Vibe GT with the 2ZZ engine in them with NO RUST! I can't stress that enough! I would like a lower mileage one and one that's in really good condition overall. Meaning everything works as it should and something that's not all beat up.
Since I can no longer ride I just want something that's reliable that gets good gas mileage and that will be fun to drive. I also need the space in the back so this would fit the bill nicely. I'm not interested in any Subarus as I had the Car and Drivers SUV of the year the 2010 Outback Limited 3.6R and I had nothing but issues with it however I may be interested in the Scion iM or Toyota iM hatchback or something else like these depending on what it is but it must have NO RUST! Let me know what you've got to trade and we can go from there but mainly looking for a hatchback. The bike books for $5625 so your trade must be worth that as well.
This bike is definitely not a beginner bike! It was one of the fastest street production motorcycles ever built! It's a very fast motorcycle! However it is a sports touring motorcycle so you can sit up and be comfortable on it. Sports touring bikes are big heavy bikes that are very comfortable traveling at high speeds so no need to worry as much about cross winds or anything like that. They also are cheaper on insurance than rockets as well. I've owned a lot of both over the years and the sports touring bikes are the best bikes built if you ask me. They have the looks and speed of a rocket but they are comfortable and you can put a lot of miles on them in a day. I've owned a lot of rockets as well which some of them weren't to bad to tour on but the wind really would get to you a lot faster cause you were fighting it a lot more. It also has a Zero Gravity double bubble windscreen on it so that helps with the wind quite a bit as well. There are also M/V bar risers on it so you can really sit up and be comfortable on the bike. William said he put those on it when he bought it.
I'm the fourth owner of this bike. It was adult owned all of it's life. It was sold to me as this bike was originally owned by a Denver Broncos NFL football player named William Oshodin. His insurance card and registration are still in the bike. Now I can officially confirm this as true because I just personally talked to William on the phone for two hours about the bike! He actually lost his license at least two times maybe he said three times I can't remember I should have been taking notes while talking to him about it but he lost his license cause of this bike multiple times. He put most of the miles on the bike that are on it. He said he sold it about three years after he bought it and it had around 30,000-35,000 miles on the bike. He said he rode it all over in multiple states and absolutely loved the bike. New the cost of this bike was $18,054. I also have the saddle bags for the bike as well. I really wish I didn't have to sell it but I can no longer ride it anyway so it needs to go to someone who can. Plus I need a new car. Let me know what you've got to trade and let's make a deal!

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