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Clearly the new BMW S1000 RR has a few tricks up its sleeve.
Real or not? I can’t be sure, though I suspect some hidden “German engineering” was involved – nothing on the table seemed to move at all.
When I tried this with my Fireblade last night it turned into a whole lot more fun than that clinical German solution. Broke all my chinas.
Note the baby wheelie at the end – this bike doesn’t really let you wheelie.
Besides all that, having ridden the bike, I have to admit it is an amazing machine at an amazing price.