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2009 BMW HP2 Sport with 35 Miles!


This post is in our archives. Links in this post have been updated to point to similar bikes available to bid on eBay.

Location: Lake City, Florida

Mileage: 35 – like I said above

Price: Auction, currently $13,100 with a reserve

Before the introduction of the BMW S1000RR and it’s impact on the sportbike world, BMW didn’t have a lot to offer in that department except for this- the HP2 Sport. Unconventional in its design with a horizontally opposed twin cylinder motor, telelever front suspension, and shaft drive, among other things, the HP2 is nonetheless a motorcycle that performs well and gives the rider unique performance machine with exceptional build quality. It’s not like everything else on the road, and that’s not a bad thing.

This particular example has only 35 miles on it. Nothing significant by any standard, but especially in the BMW world where owners take pride in the 100,000 mile bike.

More pics-

The seller doesn’t offer a lot of detail about ownership but lots about the actual bike. So read up-

GARAGE Kept, Perfect new condition. Couldn’t resist a deal on this one, but I have no need for it. Time for it to go. Call for any more info on it. 

– 2009 BMW HP2 Sport

2009 BMW HP2 Sport

Based on the R 1200 S Sports Boxer, with a racing pedigree that has been honed on circuits around
the world, the new HP2 Sport is the most powerful, lightest and advanced Boxer-twin yet, and the
first production Double Overhead Camshaft (DOHC) Boxer in BMW history.

Achieving130hp at 8750rpm and 85 ft-lb of torque at 6000rpm, the engine is truly formidable. With
a dry weight of just 178kg, the bike’s power to weight ratio guarantees impressive performance.

The HP2 Sport has been designed with racing components originally developed for its extensive racing program:

· The frame, derived from the R1200S, has been adapted and strengthened to racing
· The six-speed close-ratio gearbox is equipped with a quickshifter, enabling split-second
clutchless gear changes without easing off the throttle – the first production motorcycle to
be so equipped.
· A lightweight carbon fibre fairing, including a self-supporting seat unit.
· MotoGP-style dashboard
· Forged aluminum wheels
· Brembo brakes with radially mounted calipers
· Specially developed Öhlins front and rear suspension units.
· Stainless-steel two-into-one exhaust system mounted under the sump to optimize lean
· Fully adjustable footrests, brake and gear levers

In essence, the HP2 Sport is “track-ready” but fully compatible with street riding. Although racing
potential is clearly at the forefront of the design of the HP2 Sport, this does not mean forgoing
safety design features such as ABS. Available as an option, this sophisticated anti-lock system has
been designed specifically for the model, and has been configured to be switched off for track use.
Its racing pedigree has already been established in Canada with the BMW Motorrad Racing Team,
featuring factory riders Michael Ferreira and Paul Glenn, having debuted the HP2 Sport race bike at
the Canadian Thunder Series of the 2008 Parts Canada Superbike Championship.

An uncompromising riding machine for those with supersports intentions, the 2009 HP2 Sport will
be an irresistible choices for the hard-core performance rider

BMW HP2 Sport
Outstanding race results are inexorably linked with BMW Motorrad’s flat twin “Boxer” models. So it is an obvious step to build a high-end version! The result is the BMW HP2 Sport: the uncompromising realisation of the 24-Hour Endurance racer as a road machine. 100 per cent motor racing genes, licensed for the road. An exclusive sports machine by BMW Motorrad for motor racing connoisseurs and 2-cylinder enthusiasts which puts racing expertise into serial production – with power and authenticity. With anincredible air/oil-cooled 133 bhp and 115 Nm – a unique performance for a serial production “Boxer”!

BMW HP2 Sport – uncompromisingly athletic.

For ambitious sports riders, the BMW HP2 Sport is the non plus ultra: consistent lightweight construction, excusive details and top-class materials give it truly unique quality. The self-supporting front and rear sections in carbon, even lighter forged wheels and filigree components reduce the dry weight to an impressive 178 kg. Exclusive motor racing features to be found in serial production for the first time such as the shift assistant which allows shifting without accelerator release and clutch disengagement, and the DOHC cylinder head with its four radially arranged valves. A maximum engine speed of 9500 rpm provides pure Grand Prix feeling! Speed fans can enjoy complete banking freedom since the aerodynamic high-quality steel exhaust system has been moved under the engine and seat and ends in an attractive rear silencer in the single-section rear. The large-volume silencer provides an inimitable “Boxer” sound – an acoustic thrill for racers. The 2D GP dashboard derived from Moto-GP racing provides all information to the cockpit. The chassis, ergonomics and vehicle geometry are individually adjustable, guaranteeing excellent handling. This orientation to the rider’s personality is highlighted by the use of carbon: due the consistency of this material the trim is made almost entirely by hand, making every BMW HP2 Sport a unique specimen.

In short: the refinement of the BMW HP2 Sport combines impressively high riding performance and exclusive visual appearance to provide maximum riding pleasure as you have never experienced it on a flat twin “Boxer” before!

Throttle up. Blast off.
With a staggering 130 horsepower, the HP 2 Sport features the most powerful Boxer engine ever designed by BMW Motorrad. For the first time ever, double overhead camshafts are included in our famous opposed twin cylinder motor, kicking out even more revs. Making the HP2 Sport even more track-ready is new Quickshifter technology, which means faster gear changes without having to chop the throttle or use the clutch. Add a fully adjustable Ohlins sport front and rear suspension, Radial mounted Brembo Monobloc brakes, a lightweight carbon fiber aerodynamic fairing, not to mention forged racing wheels and tires and a MotoGP-inspired cockpit that computes lap times and other racing data, and the result is one of the most advanced sport bikes to ever scorch the tarmac.

2009 BMW HP2 Sport – USA Specifications

USA MSRP: $25,375 USD 
Canada MSRP: $26,640.00 CDN

Type Air and oil cooled Boxer Twin 
Displacement 1170 cc 
Bore X Stroke 101mm x 73mm 
Horsepower 130 bhp @ 8750 rpm 
Torque 85 lb/ft @ 6000 rpm 
Valve Gear DOHC chain driven 
No of cylinders N/A 
Compression Ratio 12.5 : 1 
Engine Management BMW Engine Controller – BMS K 
Valves per Cylinder Four 
Valves 2 x 39mm intake / 2 x 33mm exhaust 
Fuel Tank HDPE, internal pump and internal filter 
Alternator W 480 Watts @ 12 Volts 
Battery V/AH 12 Volts 12 Amps/hour 
Engine Summary First DOHC parallel twin boxer 

Clutch 180mm dry, single plate with hydraulic actuation 
Gear Box 6 speed gear box 
Primary Transmission 1.734 
Gear Ratios I: 2.176
II: 1.625
III: 1.296
IV: 1.065
V: 0.939
VI: 0.848

Final Drive System Enclosed driveshaft with universal joints 
Final Drive Ratio 2.75 

Frame & Suspension 
Frame Tubular steel trellis frame with carbon rear subframe 
Front wheel suspension BMW Telelever 
Rear wheel suspension BMW Paralever 
Spring Travel front/rear 4.1 inches / 4.7 inches 
Ground Clearance N/A 
Handlebar center point angle N/A 

Brake System Brembo 
Front Brakes Radial mounted Brembo Monobloc 
Front Rotor 12.6 inch Dual Rotors 
Rear Brakes Brembo double sliding piston 
Rear Rotor 10.4 inch single Rotor 
Actuation Hydraulic, DOT 4 fluid type 

Wheels & Tires 
Front Wheel 3.5 x 17 forged aluminum wheel 
Rear Wheel 6.0 x 17 forged aluminum wheel 
Front Tire 120/70-17 
Rear Tire 190/55-17 

Overall Length 84.1 inches 
Overall Width 29.5 inches 
Wheelbase 58.5 inches 
Seat height 32.7 inches 
Weight – Dry 392 lbs. 
Max permissible weight 726 lbs. 
Fuel Capacity 4.2 gallons 
Standard Equipment 
Available Equipment 
ABS (Disconnectable) $1000

Okay, not that you’re done reading all that, you should be pretty well up to speed on what the HP2 Sport is all about. The bike looks to be perfect. So really now it’s just a matter of what the seller is willing to let it go for. These are not inexpensive bikes to say the least and this one is virtually new. But you still may be able to get a pretty good deal. We’ll see.

I totally dig these bikes. If you do too, then check this auction out! (and maybe the seller will throw in the G ride in the photo too!)




  • Beautiful machine, but they all suffer from unresolveable fuel surging issue. There is no factory or aftermarket cure!

  • Still for sale?

  • Is this still for sale?

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