The HP2 Enduro was the perfect bike for riders who thought the R1200GS was capable but too heavy. Thanks to a trellis frame and conventional telescopic forks, the HP2 saved 53 pounds of weight from the standard GS.
Sold only between 2005 and 2008, the Enduro was part of BMW’s HP series (all of which were boxers), which included the street-based twin to this bike, the Megamoto. BMW got dry weight down to an impressive 386 pounds, bumped up power to 105 hp, and in the process built the ultimate GS. Conventional forks up front and an air shock in the back helped owners treat the HP2 Enduro more like a dirt bike and less like a large street-biased dual-sport.
This example has 10,583 miles and the seller says it’s in excellent original condition and entirely stock except for an upgraded triple clamp (original not included). Find this HP2 for sale in East Hampton, New York for $20,000 here on Craigslist.
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