Friday Forum Foraging: 2001 BMW K1200 LTC With ALL The Fixins

Troy Siahaan
by Troy Siahaan

The only thing missing is the kitchen sink.

It might be old enough to drink, but this fully-kitted 2001 BMW K 1200 LT Custom still looks brand new. And as you can tell by the pictures, it's been outfitted with a ton of goodies to make it an absolute delight for burning away miles on the road – for a little extra, the owner is even throwing in 15 cu. ft. trailer. With nearly 42,000 miles on the clock, if you do the math, that comes out to a little under 1,900 miles a year – it's barely been ridden!

You can see the full list of mods and maintenance in the reprint of the ad below, or visit the forum. For $6,100, it seems like a great buy for the right person.

Immaculate 2001 BMW K1200 LTC for sale, loaded with accessories

$6,100 USD

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In 2001, BMW produced three levels of trim on the K1200 LT: Standard, Icon and Custom. This is the Custom, the highest level of trim which includes many additional chrome parts not available on the base model, luggage rack on the top box, trip computer, heated seats, etc.

Options and extras:

Newly rebuilt Wilburs front shock with 4 years remaining warranty.

Hyperpro heavy duty rear spring.

Complete KonTour Seat group with optional gray breathable perforated Ultrasuede replacing all black vinyl OEM components on entire bike.

BakUp fully adjustable driver backrest.

Folding passenger armrests with visco elastic foam padding.

Helmet locks under passenger backrests.

Storage bags under passenger backrests.

Heated seats and passenger backrest.

Heated hand grips.

Adjustable height passenger floor boards.

Steel braided front brake lines.

Auxiliary BMW RT rear view mirrors.

2 instrument panel phone charging ports.

Throttle rocker.

Electronic cruise control.

Front fender extended mud flap.

Mirror mounted turn signal flashers.

Xenon high beam lamp.

Hyper light high beam flasher.

Trailer hitch.

Rear fender mudflap.

Clear front turn signal lenses.

Kisan tail blazer flashing main and upper rear red LED's.

Chrome license plate surround and red flashing LED's.

Solar battery charger under rear top case luggage rack.

Three pieces BMW black leather luggage.

BMW full cover.

V stream tall polycarbonate windshield.

Neo remote mount I-pod control from handlebars.

Back up alarm.

New extra rear tire.

Full BMW maintenance manual in paper.

Full BMW maintenance manual on CD.

New EBC brake pads front.

Fully adjustable electronic windshield.

AM/FM CD Weather radio stereo, 4 speakers.

Matching 15 cubic foot trailer available, has shocks and springs,


Front tire, 90% remaining, rear 85%.

13 oil, brake and clutch fluid changes , Mobil 1 20w50 and BMW OEM filter:

585 miles 11/28/01

2135 miles 2/13/02

4464 miles 08/31/02

7233 miles 09/14/02

11,014 miles 08/26/03

13,666 miles 12/01/03

18,800 miles 04/05/05

21,470 miles 05/07/07

28,266 miles 06/01/10

29,332 miles 01/01/12

32,345 miles 01/17/14

38,347 miles 09/18/17

41,052 miles 12/03/21

Transmission oil changes:




Coolant changes:




New rebuild on final drive 02/14/13

New BMW rear shock 05/07/07 Final drive fluid change 12/03/21

K&N air filter 12/06/14

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Troy Siahaan
Troy Siahaan

Troy's been riding motorcycles and writing about them since 2006, getting his start at Rider Magazine. From there, he moved to Sport Rider Magazine before finally landing at in 2011. A lifelong gearhead who didn't fully immerse himself in motorcycles until his teenage years, Troy's interests have always been in technology, performance, and going fast. Naturally, racing was the perfect avenue to combine all three. Troy has been racing nearly as long as he's been riding and has competed at the AMA national level. He's also won multiple club races throughout the country, culminating in a Utah Sport Bike Association championship in 2011. He has been invited as a guest instructor for the Yamaha Champions Riding School, and when he's not out riding, he's either wrenching on bikes or watching MotoGP.

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  • M.F.M. M.F.M. on Oct 15, 2023

    As long as people realise the "LT" in K1200LT stands for "Light Truck."🤣