After battling at the racetrack, Superbike Smackdown X moves to the street to see how the same six Superbikes perform on the open road.
MotoUSA evaluates the pinnacle of production sportbike technology and performance in our 2015 Superbike Smackdown Track shootout.
The king of the Superbike class, BMW’s S1000RR wears fresh hardware and software to keep it at the top of the segment, but did engineers do enough?
BMW has announced it will offer a retrofit option ABS Pro for the HP4 starting late October 2014. The system is touted as being “the first ever cornering ABS for (a) supersports bike.”
BMW extends its three-year streak as Best Sportbike honors with the HP4 – its up-spec version of the S1000RR.
BMW’s Dynamic Traction Control goes wheel-to-wheel with the other top manufactures traction control set-ups. See how it compares in this traction control comparison review.
Does the updated for ’12 BMW have what it takes to hold onto its crown for another year? Find out now in this superbike comparison review.
BMW Motorrad produces full-faired sportbikes like the K1300S and HP2 Sport. It also takes aim at the Japanese literbikes with its own Inline-Four Superbike - the S1000RR.
BMW has campaigned the HP2 Sport in the World Endurance series, but for 2009 BMW adds a purpose-built racing Inline-Four to its lineup with the S1000RR superbike. Made to tussle with the Japanese Inline-Four literbikes, the new Beemer will compete in the 2009 World Superbike Championship with Ruben Xaus and Troy Corser at the controls. History of BMW Motorcycles