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2006 Jamie James Productions R1 Photo Gallery

2006 Jamie James Productions R1

If you have to ask, you don't get it. Flicking effortlessly left and right, occasionally feeling my knee puck touching down, I am absolutely in the groove. Check out what we thought after our 2006 Jamie James Productions R1 First Ride.

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The Jamie James R1 takes a stock bike and turns it into a thing of rare beauty by adding on the finest components available.
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Sure you'd have to get another mortgage to buy it, but the JJP-R1 will get grab the attention of beautiful women who instinctively want to pose on it.
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The JJP-R1 boasts a front brake setup that is racebike trick, with two master cylinders and dual radial-mount pistons.
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The BPD quick-shift system allows clutchless full-throttle shifting like a Superbike.
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The Ohlins steering damper, located inside the fairing, is responsible for keeping the handlebars right where they should be every time the front wheel leaves the ground or comes back into contact with it.
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The Jamie James R1 takes a stock bike and turns it into a thing of rare beauty by adding on the finest components available.
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Ripping around the asphalt at or near the triple digits brought our correspondent about as close to motorcycle nirvana as is humanly possible.
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The reason the JJPR1 is so enjoyable to ride is the certain knowledge that you are at the controls of the finest equipment available.
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The Jamie James R1 boosts out more power and weighs in 30 pounds lighter.
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A carbon fiber wheel and a small wave rotor make for a super-light rear end.
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A carbon front wheel reduces unsprung weight to offer noticeably quicker steering, while a wicked AP brake system gets it slowed in a serious hurry.
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At $38,900, the JJP-R1 isn't for those with shallow pockets.