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    Dress for fall & avoid it AlanColes's Avatar
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    Talk about a hot bike - the BMW R1200 Firefighting Bike

    Definitely what one would expect to see on it's way to a fire. Give a whole new meaning to the acronym RTW. ;-)

    The BMW R1200 RT-P-FIREXPRESS is already in use in Europe.

    Twin 25L side-tanks containing a water / foam solution which is propelled by a 6.8L diver's style air tank across the rear seat area. The tank is filled at 4,350 PSI (300 Bar) and a regulator chokes that down to a nozzle pressure of 188 PSI (13 Bar). The bike also carries a 30 meter hose on a reel. The setup weighs 359 kg fully loaded (791 lbs)

    BMW R1200 R-P-FIREXPRESS.jpg
    Regards, Alan - President BMWONS - BMWMOA/BMWRA/BMWONS/Airheads
    Current: 2019 R1250RT / '06 Ducati ST3s / '91 R100GS / '86 R80RT / '75 R90S / '73 850 & '70 750 Commando Prev: '14 R1200RT / '04 R1150RT / '81 Honda GL1100 / '77 Suzuki GS750 / '73 Norton 850 Commando

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    Makes me want to come out of retirement!!!

    On second thought, no way. This is too much fun....

    Wish I could get a red one?


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    I'm shocked.........a RT that isn't a shade of black, grey or silver................
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    RT firefighter

    Thanks, pretty cool looking. Like the color.

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