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BMW R1200 R
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Here is my 3rd motorcycle. A BMW R1200 R. It was more difficult to build than the last two mainly because of the front suspension. The shaft final drive wasn't too difficult.The front suspension is BMW's Telelever front suspension, think of it as a cross between a regular motorcycle front suspension and a wishbone suspension. I was unable to put a front fender on it because on the real one the spot on the fork where the control arm attaches is right on the fender, there simply was no room for it.



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  November 13, 2013
Hello Tyler, You've done a great job by building this BMW R1200 GS! Do you have any plans to build a BMW R1200 RT? I own one (a real one) myself and I would like to have a scale-model in LEGO. Kind regards, Anton The Netherlands
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  October 20, 2011
An excellent bike, very well made, I like the little details such as the mirrors and lights and exhaust pipe. Front suspension looks as though it is aligned just right so it doesn't buckle when steered, rear swing arm looks sturdy as well as attractive. Superb use of non-studded parts, overall still recognisably Technic.
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  December 21, 2010
Wow!!! Well done I love it!!! Oh and I posted something in the Anything You Can Make Group for you, can you check it out please? Thanks!!!
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  June 16, 2010
Quoting Fred Ottens Fantastic bike Tyler! Very reqocnisable as a BMW, and very good use of the big plates for the body. Not to mention the working front-suspension.....Can't wait to see the Tomahawk ;-)
I have the rolling chassis complete, and fully functional.
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  June 15, 2010
Fantastic bike Tyler! Very reqocnisable as a BMW, and very good use of the big plates for the body. Not to mention the working front-suspension.....Can't wait to see the Tomahawk ;-)
Tyler Reid
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  June 11, 2010
Simply awesome, You are so good at car building, and so good to for bike ! Keep up your great wrok !
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  June 11, 2010
Quoting Yo W. No need to ask what is the brand of the bike! You made a really good shape and the front suspension is well integrated! Also, I like your work on the rear transmission. Sooooo cool!I agree with Siddhart Jaipal, the F4 is a good challenge for your talent, a wonderful sport bike. Keep going!
I just started work on a dodge Tomahawk. that will be quite a challenge. Im going to make it fully functional, thats the hard part
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  June 11, 2010
No need to ask what is the brand of the bike! You made a really good shape and the front suspension is well integrated! Also, I like your work on the rear transmission. Sooooo cool!I agree with Siddhart Jaipal, the F4 is a good challenge for your talent, a wonderful sport bike. Keep going!
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  June 11, 2010
this one is realy good man...amazing details, realy realistic...
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  June 11, 2010
Amazing detail and accuracy. I'm inspired...
  June 11, 2010
Say the functions are pretty nice here. I like some innovative stuff you pulled here like the suspension on the front wheels. The design is cool also. keep it up
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  June 11, 2010
Say the functions are pretty nice here. I like some innovative stuff you pulled here like the suspension on the front wheels. The design is cool also. keep it up
Tyler Reid
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ruud driessen
  June 10, 2010
cool your good at building bikes
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  June 10, 2010
amazing coo look super realistic,,,bravo
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  June 10, 2010
I like the bikes you've been making lately; at first glance they appear much simpler than your cars but upon closer inspection they contain the same level of detail and intricacy as any of your models. Very impressive!
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  June 10, 2010
That just makes me want to get on and ride!
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  June 10, 2010
One heel of a sweet bike man! It looks so hot and inviting to take a raw and rageous ride with this agressive roadmachine. If you wanted, would you build a scale model of the MV Agusta F4? The Agusta bikes are comparable to other bikes like what Ferrari and Lamborghini stand for in comparison to more conventional cars. Not that I don't like BMW's or some other brand's bikes, but the MV Agusta is my fave...only didn't I build one because I don't have the same wheels as you have them. So...eh...would you be interested in building a scale model of the "MV Agusta F4" model? And could you please answer in commenting on one of my creations? One more thing, I'm building on a Ferrari 599 GTB (4drs. coupe) scale model and I almost finished the PF drivetrain and steering. About two weeks I'll give a presentation on school about this edited existing car model.
 
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