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2007 BMW F800ST Photo Gallery
Hawaii's dynamic climate threw its best at Hutch, allowing him to see first-hand how the F800ST performed in the wind, rain, fog and in dry, sunny conditions.
When BMW invites you to ride its newest middleweight sportbikes, the F800S and F800ST around the Big Island, what do you do? We packed our bags fast. Check out what we thought about this bike in our
2007 BMW F800S/ST First Ride
Passenger accommodations on this and the S both received favorable review from the one poor soul who volunteered to spend some time on pillion.
The F800ST has enough zip to keep newbies on the edge of their seat but seasoned riders might be left wanting a little more.
2007 BMW F800ST
A quick twist of the dial and you can adjust the rear suspension when you load the back end for long trips.
The 4-stroke equipped BWM F800ST has a 82 X 75mm bore and stroke with a claimed 85 hp at 8000 rpm.
The F800ST comes in two color options, a graphitan metallic matt or in blue metallic.
With higher handlebars than the F800S's clip-ons, the F800ST is more suited to long hauls.
The 798cc fuel-injected DOHC parallel Twin is adequate but could use a little more growl.
The 2-cylinder parallel twin has a 12.0:1 compression ratio.
The 2007 BMW F800ST has a stainless steel exhaust system and a six-speed transmission with a toothed belt final drive.
The F800ST's front end is anchored by two 320mm discs and Brembo 4-piston hydraulic calipers. An ABS package is also available.
The minimally- styled 2007 BMW F800ST's control panel has a multi-function information system and an optional on board computer.
The F800ST comes with a sharply-styled front fairing and a high windshield.
No, its not a humpback, it's just the arching faux fuel cell of the F800ST.
Want a chance to own a BMW? With a price tag right at the $10K mark, the F800's are just the ticket.
With its softly sprung suspension and even softer seat, the F800ST reduces fatigue from the constant pounding highways are capable of delivering.
As we edged closer to Mt. Kilauea, the tempestuous Pele unleashed winds and rain that made us appreciative of the BMW F800ST's taller windscreen and pre-formed cutouts in the side cowlings.
Carve up the twisties aboard BMW's new sport/touring package, the F800ST.
The angular styling of the F800ST's fairing and tank is sure to catch the eye of prospective buyers who desire to own a piece of the BMW mystique.
The F800ST has a more relaxed riding position than the F800S with higher bars and a bigger windscreen.
You could put yourself in the saddle of the 2007 BMW F800ST for $10,475 MSRP.
The BMW's rear features an aluminum single-sided swingarm and a single disc two-piston rear brake with floating calipers.
Ahh, heated hand grips. BMW never skimps when it comes to options.
The paparazzi never leave me alone.
Hang loose, bruddah.
The 2007 BMW F800ST, a ride even Capt. Cook would appreciate.
Rides through the surreal terrain of basalt fields made Hutch wonder if the F800ST was faster than a lava flow.
The F800ST's 4.1 gallon fuel tank is located under the seat and has to be filled while sitting on its kickstand.
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