Selasa, 05 Desember 2017

[WOW] 2017 BMW S 1000 RR Bikes Review

2017 BMW S 1000 RR Bikes Review, Ever since the latest generation of BMW’s S 1000 RR was unleashed in 2015, my friend at BMW corporate has been campaigning for me to throw a leg over one. My personal ride is a 2012 S 1000 RR and he promised I would love the improvements of the newer electronics package. He also wanted to see what I could do in terms of wrangling the Bavarian beast’s power with my hybrid style of speed and bike manipulation. It took a while to make it happen, but ZLA finally lined up a play date with the land shark for two full days at the race track. I even coaxed BMW into letting me keep the bike for some “testing” on the streets for a couple of weeks. Doing a thorough test of today’s superbikes is no small order. Heaps of horsepower, tamed by a myriad of technologies keep us mere mortals safe on the street and track. The added features, on top of ever evolving geometry and component changes, create a long list of aspects to evaluate. I definitely have my hands full with this S 1000 RR, so let’s dive in. BMW offers one model with two possible packages: Standard and Premium. The differences include forged aluminum wheels versus the standard cast aluminum, and the premium option of the Dynamic Damping Control (DDC) fork instead of the standard inverted fork. The standard option will fetch $17,690 and $19,540 for the premium package. Add $300 if you fancy the factory colors (White Light/Lupin Blue Metallic/Racing Red) scheme instead of the Black Storm Metallic/Racing Red or Racing Red/White Light options. Curb weight is now reported at 449 pounds, which is nine pounds less than the previous generation.

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