Auto Bavaria BMW hosted the S1K Malaysia club for track day at the Sepang International Circuit yesterday.
The S1K Malaysia club consists of BMW S 1000 RR superbike owners.
Participants rode on beautifully prepared bikes.
Auto Bavaria BMW Motorrad hosted the S1K Malaysia club for track day at the Sepang International Circuit yesterday.
As its name suggests, the S1K Malaysia club consists of BMW S 1000 RR superbike owners.
The track day was to allow S 1000 RR owners the opportunity to utilize their bikes the way they were designed for. The racetrack is the best venue to find the the riders’ and the bikes’ limits, in a safe and controlled manner.
While it was a mixed brand track day, the S 1000 RR owners were the most heavily represented. Owners had shown up with bikes that have been customized with beautiful paintjobs, exhaust systems and even lightweight wheels.
Although the entire session was for three hours, it was apparent that they enjoyed the day out regardless of their pace. There were fast riders who dragged elbows and knees, and there were riders who didn’t drag anything, yet they all went away with smiling faces.
It was also visible that the S 1000 RR were extremely suited to track work and didn’t required the riders to fight with their bikes.
On the other hand, the 2019 BMW S 1000 RR has yet to make an appearance. Auto Bavaria BMW Motorrad informed us that BMW Motorrad is having their hands full in order to satisfy demand.