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    Smile Here Comes the Liquid-Cooled RT!

    Paging thru my July 2013 issue of MOTORCYCLIST last night, I noticed the 'spy' photos of the 2014 R1200RT undergoing final road testing in southern France - a liquid-cooled R1200RT.

    The published 'photo' in the magazine is actually a representation of what the 2014 model will most likely look like - bigger fairing and all.

    Appears very stylish.
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    What photo?

    Quote Originally Posted by greenwald View Post
    Paging thru my July 2013 issue of MOTORCYCLIST last night, I noticed the 'spy' photos of the 2014 R1200RT undergoing final road testing in southern France - a liquid-cooled R1200RT.

    The accompanying 'photo' is actually a representation of what the 2014 model will most likely look like - bigger fairing and all.

    Looks very stylish.
    Did you intend to publish a photo?

    Edit. Here is a link

    http://www.motorcyclistonline.com/fe...r1200rt_spied/
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    After a cross country ride on the GS, I can assure that all you RT riders are going to LOVE this new motor.

    You should be able to accelerate suitably enough for passing while riding uphill, 2-up with luggage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by natrab View Post
    I want it now!
    Me too !!! Can't wait to ride one !








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