Here is the SK Mbuga killer BMW bike
19 JUN 2017 5:40 PM
The R 1200 GS is a 1170 CC bike, it's a combination of 9 boda-boda's in one
The bike that almost left SK Mbuga for the dead is a BMW R1200 GS, it comes fitted with a flat-twin boxer engine that allows it to explore the most remote corners anywhere in the world.
The R 1200 GS is loved by motorcycle fans all over the world and for many years, it's been the top seller among the BMW models.
The bike offers two riding modes, the 'Rain' and 'Road' plus so many buttons that allow different modes, chances are SK activated wrong buttons.
It's a 1,170CC bike implying that it's more powerful than a VItz of 1000CC. Many are familiar with boda-boda's that are all over Kampala, those boxer and bajaj bikes are 125CC's implying that Mbuga at the time of the accident was riding 9 boda bodas in one.
Reactions on the Mbuga bike accident
"SK Mbuga (quick recovery) should stay in his luxury cars and leave issues of bikes to the bikers. Some of those bikes have more horse powers than a Premio and remember it runs on two tyres, so you can imagine its engine power. I hope he learnt that, however much one doesn't fear taking risks, some fields of operation require prior training. Otherwise, may God stretch out his healing hand upon the "big man".
"Most Ugandans never take time to read manuals of machines and electronics that come with many instructions in small print.. be careful with Masappe!"
"What is really going on? Ivan Semwanga had just started doing Charity in Uganda then he passed on now its SK Mbuga , may God save you so that you can continue with your charity work."
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