As I pulled into my driveway this afternoon....
It's still my favorite non-living thing I've ever owned.
Congrats! That's very impressive.
"Enemy fighters at 2 o'clock!...Roger, What should i do until then?"
2010 r1200r, 2009 harley crossbones, 2008 triumph/sidecar, 1970 norton commando 750
My 2009 that I have owned since Feb 2010 just turned over 26,800. All I have experienced was a faulty "neutral position switch," replaced under warranty. The rest has been routine maintenance at the prescribed intervals. I have replaced the tires at every 8,000 miles, but that is because I am wary of tire failure. I also replaced the battery at the two year mark on my own initiative because I had a trip planned and did not want to be concerned about it. My original fuel strip is still intact.
This bike has been a joy to own and ride! I have traveled to the Johnson City, Bloomsburg and Sedalia rallies on it, as well as several trips to West Virginia, the Blue Ridge mountains and a trip to Florida to watch Spring Training baseball.
Those who have never ridden the R1200R don't know what a fantastic bike this is.
I thought it was having a computer failure a couple of days ago and was getting ready to call roadside assistance. Then I remembered that I'd used the kill switch when I'd stopped.
Glad ya like your R. I've owned many bikes and my R, that I have only had about 6 months, sure appears to be a keeper.
At 71,000 miles -
7 fuel strips (including the original)
2 O2 sensors
Other then that, just normal obsessive maintenance. And a lot of gas and tires.