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2010 BMW S1000RR Street Smackdown Photo Gallery
Motorcycle USA Superbike Smackdown VII Street class of 2010.
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2010 BMW S1000RR Comparison Street
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII horsepower graph
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII torque graph
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII curb weight comparison
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII quarter mile acceleration comparison
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII zero-to-60 mph acceleration comparison
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII braking distance comparison
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII sound comparison
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII average fuel mileage and range comparison
2010 BMW S1000RR
Brembo brakes and the most advanced ABS system available graces the BMW S1000RR.
The BMW features a low-slung exhaust to centralize the CG.
2010 BMW S1000RR features one of most advanced and easy-to-use displays of the group.
2010 BMW S1000RR from the right...
...and from the left. Note the totally different fairing designs from side to side.
The BMW S1000RR’s ergonomics feel a little tighter than the Honda’s.
Wind protection aboard the BMW S1000RR feels like it’s a cross between the Honda and Suzuki.
Cranked over on the of the tire is right where the BMW S1000RR likes to be.
The Metzeler RaceTec K3 tires feel and perform identically to the Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SPs as used on the other Euro bikes.
The BMW S1000RR has the most the best brakes even without the ABS option.
BMW’s multi-mode ABS is so intuitive it still lets you do endos as Waheed demonstrates in 'Slick' mode.
Carving corners aboard the BMW S1000RR.
Waheed goes horn-mono on the BMW S1000RR.
The BMW S1000RR’s appearance looks much better in the optional $750 Motorsports Alpine White colorway.
The BMW S1000RR doesn’t serve up the same level of agility as the Honda.
With 183-horsepower available it’s hard not to have fun at the controls of the BMW S1000RR.
Dimensionally the BMW feels similar to the Honda only a little bit longer.
The BMW’s Dynamic Traction Control and ABS is simply incredible. And the best part is that you can turn it off easily.
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