30 TH Anniversery of the RT models

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    brewmeister
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    Not another question,.Is there going to be a parking corral for any older and newer RT model BMW’s to celibrate this 30TH year since this model came out?

    #61319

    brewmeister
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    Well everyone interested I got my answer.There is a RS club, aR90S club but no RT club. anybody interested in forming one? Aparently at both the MOA and the RA ralleys the clubs got involved in hosting them. Its still a shame the RT riders could’nt form a review since this model is still viable and there is lots of them out there still being made. I’ll keep riding my 81 . Thanks for listening. over and out

    #61322

    Roy Jackson
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    [QUOTE=Muetzelburg]Not another question,.Is there going to be a parking corral for any older and newer RT model BMW’s to celibrate this 30TH year since this model came out?[/QUOTE]

    [url]http://www.BMWSportTouring.com[/url] I’m not sure this is what you are looking for? Try it…:)

    #61325

    ANTON LARGIADER
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    That just might be one sub-club too many given how many bikes are RTs. I have one that was turned into an RS, where do I park it? Might have been nice to have a lineup of pristine RTs on display, though. R100RT, K100RT, R80RT, K75RT, R1100RT, R1150RT, R1200RT.

    Then there are all of the other bikes that owners try to turn into RTs with all of the accessories…

    As for rally parking, I don’t think that would have accomplished much. After all it was a riding sort of rally so the bikes should be out on the road, right?

    #61419

    OU812
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    Since BMW came out with the F series GS, the RT is now the biggest seller here in the States…:p

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