The BMW HP2 Sport is one of the rarest bikes from the last few decades of BMW motorcycles. It certain ways, it was a tough sell. Loosely based on the R1200S, this was a very pricey and exclusive sportbike that put down less power than its competitors due to the limits of the venerable boxer engine. But I think it looks amazing, it’s developed quite a cult following, and this one’s as close to new as I’ve seen in years.
If you didn’t need class-leading power, the HP2 rewarded riders with a glorious sound, tremendous brakes (with minimal dive thanks to the Telever front suspension), relatively spacious seating, and a GP dashboard that feels right at home on the track. The hefty price tag also included PVM forged aluminum wheels, Brembo brakes, and Marzocchi suspension. It was the pinnacle of sporty R-bikes, as BMW moved on with the S1000RR platform afterwards.
This example has just 2 miles (Facebook forces the owner to put 300 as a minimum for some reason) and the sale includes all manuals, books, and two factory keys. The seller says that it’s as new with no blemishes and that it was “purchased for export but customer cancelled hence the still new condition.” It’s offered on a California title.
Find this HP2 Sport for sale in Arcadia, California for $20,000 here on Facebook.