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    Keith Code (CSS School) - BMW S1000RR

    Whoo Hoo ... just got an e-mail from CA Superbike School announcing their 2010 schedule and lo and beyold, to my pleasant surprise a BMW S1000RR featured in the logo graphic. Did I see right?

    I've taken several of their classes with the rented Ninja 600cc. They didn't give much detail but I'm assuming the S1000RR would be an option/extra and not replace the 600cc fleet (given the expense and challenge of riding such a potent machine)

    Part of me is apprehensive ... that's a whole lotta powah. But if I were to ride such a beast, the track is the only place that makes sense to me.

    http://www.superbikeschool.com/

    I'm excited!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin View Post
    Whoo Hoo ... just got an e-mail from CA Superbike School announcing their 2010 schedule and lo and beyold, to my pleasant surprise a BMW S1000RR featured in the logo graphic. Did I see right?

    I've taken several of their classes with the rented Ninja 600cc. They didn't give much detail but I'm assuming the S1000RR would be an option/extra and not replace the 600cc fleet (given the expense and challenge of riding such a potent machine)

    Part of me is apprehensive ... that's a whole lotta powah. But if I were to ride such a beast, the track is the only place that makes sense to me.

    http://www.superbikeschool.com/

    I'm excited!
    Why only the track?
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    No suitable roads

    Ain't got the roads here for that baby. (Western, NY)

    Of course if I were in some lovely parts of Cali, might be a different story. And I'm trying to be uncharacteristically rational.

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    I'm sure I could tour on it...
    BMWMotorcycles, fun when they're running...
    My other bike is a BMW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjack View Post
    I'm sure I could tour on it...
    My touring would involve 40 miles between stops, with liberal amounts of coffee and baked goods at each stop.

    Do you think I could wear my Aerostich while riding that thing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KBasa View Post

    Do you think I could wear my Aerostich while riding that thing?
    i believe when it come's to Aerostiches, a S1000RR is considered an accessory faux pas

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    Quote Originally Posted by KBasa View Post
    My touring would involve 40 miles between stops, with liberal amounts of coffee and baked goods at each stop.

    Do you think I could wear my Aerostich while riding that thing?
    you need that little zip-in insert, otherwise you get a wedgie.

    and wedgies are not cool in the sportbike world.

    you, as a slave to fashion, have certainly noticed the baggy-assed style of riding gear seen in moto-gp. wedgies simply won't do.

    ian

    ps => my touring would involve 60-80 mile stretches followed by extended periods of hiding in bushes until all the, um, patrol had dispersed.

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