BMW S1000RR HP4 Carbon

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  1. 11 Jun 2019 at 12:43 PM #21
    mattwade24

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    Thanks for the replies chaps!

    I took the bike out Thursday evening for a local bike night and got a few photos taken of the bike/me!

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    Shots look great!
     
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  4. 26 Jan 2020 at 11:34 PM #24
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    mattwade24 I swapped out mainly damaged '15 motorsport fairings for HP4 rep, 'love the HP4 . . I bought mine new in '15, put 8k miles on in the first year, dropped it countless times negotiating my bike trailer at 5 in the morning
    departing for tracks, then got more serious and put the GRP fairings on it. Yours looks lovely, enjoy.
     
  6. 28 Jan 2020 at 12:35 PM #26
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    I do like my HP4, but have put it up for sale as the V4 itch is there to scratch. No getting away from the fact that the BMW is an awesome machine.
     
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    Hi MattO, yea, no doubt the Duc V4 is an exceptional machine, and like you I was lusting for one for a little while. Maybe 18 months back I got to hear and experience the full glory of the V4S. It was again at Almeria,
    I was literally right up it's exhaust for 5 laps, his bike must have been only weeks old and he was riding it well and hard. It was a little frustrating as I just couldn't get past him, I was a little faster in the corners but as soon
    as we passed the apex he opened the taps, and the Duc pulled 3 bike lengths on me. It was a really memorable session, such a beautiful bike, and although I should have held back a little to give some error room I just couldn't
    help myself!
     
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