2003 R 1200 CLC (R1200CLC)
9248 Mike Garcia Drive
Manassas, VA 20109
(Or Best Offer)
There are 20 other high-res photos to view at http://www.unlikelyprofessor.com/forsale/R1200CLC. I realize there's no back rest on the bike in the above photo, but rest assured that I do indeed have the back rest. Three of the five mounting nubs are broken (as is typical with these bikes), but it mounts well with two bolts and some industrial-strength velcro.
I've had this bike since December 2015 and enjoy it, I know the next owner will dig it as well.
Bike has a little over 18,000 miles on it and I've decided not to keep riding it while I'm working on selling it, so the mileage will not change significantly before the new owner picks it up.
The bike is stock with the following exceptions:
1. The radio was non-functional when I bought it, and I removed the defective head unit as well as the functional CD player and the antenna. I subsequently sourced a functional head unit, but never installed them. I found them unnecessary, since my GPS has Bluetooth and I made good use of the extra space in the side case. They are yours if you want them, otherwise I will list them separately after the bike is sold. I kept the head unit's mounting plate in place and use it to mount my GPS and SPOT.
2. I replaced the heel-and-toe shifter with a standard toe-only shifter. I had the new shifter stripped of its chrome and powder coated to match the color of the other parts down there.
The standard low-beam headlights have been replaced with HID headlights. The ballasts and all the wiring are tucked into the fairing, so you can't tell it has HIDs until you look at them. They work great!
3. I have a thermostat mounted that you can plug a heated jacket liner or gloves into; I am happy to remove it or leave it at your convenience. It is a generic 5-level (plus off) unit that works with Gerbing gear and anything else that uses a coax cable.
I also have a service stand if you want it, but that costs extra.
The bike has a clear title and is located in Manassas, Virginia and is available for viewing Monday through Saturday during business hours (it is stored at a motorcycle shop). The Washington, DC area is perhaps one of the easiest regions to pull a fly & ride, and a train & ride is also an option as there are multiple train stations in the area.
Asking prices is $4,500. I am open to negotiations. Unfortunately, I am not open to trades at this time as I have a need for cash (or check) as stated above. I am willing to accept PayPal as long as you're willing to cover the fees and don't mind waiting until the payment clears 100% before the motorcycle is transferred. I can also take a credit card directly, again as long as you're willing to cover the fees. I'm happy to help arrange shipping, but shipping costs are the responsibility of the new owner.