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I appreciate the article but I would think that someone that writes on this topic would do adequate research to correctly inform their readers. The LT is certainly not perfect but point on point is a good overall as anything that was released in 2017.

Tom
Uhrichsville, OH
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Editor Response
Not sure what specifically you are referring to, Tom. If we made an error, we would love to correct it. So let us know what you think may have been incorrect. I assure you that our editors research and test all bike reviews on WRN, unless otherwise noted in the article.
Tricia Szulewski, Assistant Editor
Is the BMW K 1200 LT a six cylinder or the opposed twin?

Sandra Krueger
Athens, WI
Friday, January 10, 2014
Editor Response
The K 1200 LT has a 1172cc four-cylinder engine in a longitudinal inline configuration.

Genevieve Schmitt
We own 1st Class Motorcycle Tours a company that logs a lot of miles. When doing back to back tours with clients I use a LT. It's the only bike I have found that you can ride, ride and ride without the fatigue setting in. Do'nt get me wrong, it is not my favorite bike of what we have. It is underpowered and yes heavy at slow speeds. But when I am on a bike for back-to-back weeks on end. I take the LT. It also is smooth enough to run hard mounted cameras to it with little to no vibration.

Russ
Longwood, FL
Sunday, January 31, 2010
Good article. The only thing missing, for me, was info on the LT's handling in the curves, gentle and tight.


Lynn
Woodridge, IL
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
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