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2012 BMW S1000RR Hypersport Comparison Photo Gallery
The two-time Superbike Smackdown winner, the BMW S1000RR faces off against the Hypersport competition for ’12.
Check out photos and images of the BMW S1000RR as it goes head-to-head with the Hypersport class of 2012 in the
2012 BMW S1000RR Hypersport Comparison
2012 Hypersport Shootout horsepower dyno chart.
2012 Hypersport Shootout torque dyno chart.
2012 Hypersport Shootout
As expected the BMW is in its element at the racetrack.
The BMW’s traction control gives the rider a relatively large safety net when accelerating at lean.
The BMW feels much smaller and more compact than the other Hypesport machines.
The BMW’s impressive power-to-weight ratio makes it an easy contender in the Hypersport class.
Ground clearance is plentiful aboard the S1000RR.
The 2012 BMW S1000RR is priced at $15,015 with optional Dynamic Traction Controls, Race ABS, and electronic quickshifter.
2012 BMW S1000RR.
The BMW is one of few sportbikes that offer heated hand grips straight from the factory.
The BMW S1000RR weighs in at just 451 pounds with a full tank of fuel. It's a whopping 122 pounds lighter than the Ninja ZX-14R.
The BMW S1000RR is more tricky to launch than the other bikes but it still managed the fastest quarter mile time.
The BMW delivers a pretty aggressive ride on the street.
While great for the track, the BMW’s suspension delivers a rigid ride on the street.
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