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Motorcycles For Sale in Jacksonville, Florida

Looking for a brand-new motorcycle in Jacksonville, FL? Look no further than BMW® Motorcycles of Jacksonville! Our motorcycle sales offer a fantastic selection for you to choose from. As your next motorcycle dealer, visit us today and get the motorcycle of your dreams!

Used Motorcycles For Sale in Jacksonville, Florida

For great value without sacrificing performance, check out the used motorcycles for sale at our dealership. BMW Motorcycles of Jacksonville proudly serves all of Florida. Come see our incredible selection of used motorcycles for sale and discover the latest from Ducati and BMW!

New 2023 BMW S 1000 RR

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New 2023 BMW S 1000 RR
Pricing Details
MSRP: $22,700
Race Package: − $0
M Endurance Chain: − $0
Sports Silencer: − $0
Dynamic Package: − $0
DDC (Dynamic
Damping Control): − $0
Ride Modes Pro: − $0
Heated Grips: − $0
Cruise Control: − $0
Premium Package: − $0
Passenger Kit: − $0
TPM (Tire
Pressure Monitor): − $0
M Forged Wheels: − $0
Final Price: $22,700

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New 2023 BMW S 1000 RR


Vehicle Details
  • Stock #: 57826
  • VIN: WB10E6309P6H57826
  • Mileage: 5
  • Engine: 999 cc (60.9 ci) Liquid cooled Horizontal In-line
  • Exterior Color: Black Storm Metallic
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Fuel Type: Gas

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SUPERBIKE OF SUPERLATIVES

The RR is now even more focused and more precisely geared towards pure performance. For those who increasingly demand more. More from themselves. More each lap. And more from their RR. Simply put: #NeverStopChallenging. Leading the way is a matter of millimeters, especially in the circles the RR has always been a part of. That’s why we have streamlined and evolved the RR where it matters most: from the new steering angle sensor with Brake Slide Assist and Slide Control as well as the integration of M components and improvements to the electronics and crucial processes for modifying the bike for the race track. And all this with a clear goal in mind – claiming the pole position over and over again.

FEATURES
  • BMW Motorrad ABS
  • ABS PRO
  • DTC (Dynamic Traction Control)
  • HSC (Hill Start Control)
  • 4 riding modes (Rain, Road, Dynamic, Race)
  • Shift Assistant Pro
  • 6.5" TFT-Display
  • M Chassis Kit
  • M GPS Laptrigger
Outstanding braking

Pushing towards the head of the class: the brake originates from the M RR. For deceleration with maximum braking stability and feedback – paired with precise adaptation to Race ABS.

M Carbon tail-hump cover with camera adapter

Attach an action cam to the carbon seat pad; featuring a recess with an adapter and install the GPS mouse of the M data logger including lap trigger.

New rear end with short license plate carrier

More than just appearance: The new rear makes the RR seem even lighter, sportier and more dynamic. The optionally available M Cover kit for track days is easy to attach, just like in professional racing.

Optimized engine concept

Details and transfers from motorsport: The cylinder head geometry is identical to that in the M RR. In addition, the power output is 205 hp.

Dynamic front view and tall windscreen

Reduce helmet vibration: newly designed front with tall windscreen provides improved aerodynamics around the head. The isolation of the fork bridge brings about further aerodynamic advantages.

Performance-oriented M Data Logger with GPS-Laptrigger

Work like the professionals: the optionally available M Data Logger with GPS-Laptrigger makes it possible to automatically record lap times and evaluate relevant riding data on more than 300 racetracks worldwide. European model shown.

Powerful M Lightweight battery

Every ounce counts: the high-quality and durable M Lightweight battery with state-of-the-art lithium-ion technology saves a full 4.4 lbs of weight.

Efficient front and side trim panel with winglet

Up to 37.7 lbs: front and side trim panels have been reworked for optimal downforce and improved aerodynamics. The winglets, familiar from the M RR, have been specially modified.

It’s hard to imagine the race track without it – and the RR is also intrinsically linked to it

Depending on the speed, composite plastic winglets generate up to 37.7 lbs aerodynamic downforce at 186 mph. This downforce counteracts the tendency of the front wheel to lift off the road surface when accelerating: the fork maintains contact with the ground and DTC isn’t forced to intervene as much. This allows you to noticeably and even more directly convert drive power into acceleration.

More performance on screen

Off to pit lane after laps around the race track: the last screen is now always displayed after having switched the ignition off/on. This will keep your concentration levels high and you focused on your mode. One Pure Ride Screen and three different Core Screens are available depending on your preference. The system displays an appropriate maximum speed when the engine is cold. Thanks to the flashing gearshift indicator, the tachometer now flashes as an additional indicator.

Framework conditions – quite literally

It’s about millimeters to gain feedback and riding precision: The M chassis kit with raised rear end and adjustable swing arm pivot is standard. Frame recesses provide greater lateral flexibility. We have lowered the steering head angle by 0.5° to 66.4° and reduced the offset of the fork bridges by 3 mm to 25.5 mm for front wheel accuracy. And removing the rear wheel has been simplified by using captive axle bushes and optimizing the brake system. We have also added Race Pro 1 to 3 to the damping of the DDC in Road, Dynamic, Race mode in a performance-oriented manner. This makes it possible to ride along country roads with on-road damping characteristics, also in Race Pro 1-3.

Redefined cornering

The 6-stage DTC traction control with the new steering angle sensor enables two new functions: Brake Slide Assist for deceleration and Slide/Slip Control for acceleration. The new steering angle sensor measures your drift angle and, in conjunction with the DTC, helps provide optimum slip. DTC settings 2 and 3 have been optimized for the race track and slicks. Brake Slide Assist helps you master power slides like these in no time at all: for more dynamic performance around every turn. Thanks to the clearer illustration, you can now read the corresponding settings off the TFT display even more quickly. Always ride within your limits and within the law.

Engine
  • Type: 4-cylinder, 4-stroke in-line engine (BMW ShiftCam)
  • Bore x stroke: 3.15” x 1.96”
  • Capacity: 999 ccm
  • Nominal capacity: 205 hp at 13,750 rpm
  • Max. torque: 83 lb-ft at 11,000 rpm
  • Compression ratio: 13.3 : 1
  • Mixture control: Electronic injection, variable intake pibe
  • Emission control: Closed-loop three-way catalytic converter
Mileage/consumption
  • Maximum speed: 188 mph
  • Fuel type: Premium unleaded
Electrical system
  • Alternator: 450 W
  • Battery: 12 V / 5 Ah, lithium-ion
Power transmission
  • Clutch: Multiplate clutch in oil bath, anti-hopping clutch, with self-reinforcement
  • Gearbox: Claw-shifted 6-speed gearbox with straight cut gears
  • Drive: Chain 525 17/46
  • Traction control: DTC, slide control
Suspension/brakes
  • Frame: Bridge-type aluminum laminate frame with load-bearing engine
  • Front wheel location / suspension: Upside-down telescopic fork, diameter 45 mm, spring preload, rebound and compression stages adjustable
  • Rear wheel location / suspension: Aluminum swing arm, full-floater pro, central spring strut, adjustable rebound and compression-stage damping, adjustable preload
  • Suspension travel, front / rear: 4.7” / 4.6”
  • Wheelbase: 57.4”
  • Castor: 3.93”
  • Steering head angle: 66.4°
  • Wheels: Aluminum cast wheels
  • Rim, front: 3.50 x 17"
  • Rim, rear: 6.00 x 17"
  • Tire, front: 120/70 ZR17
  • Tire, rear: 190/55 ZR17 (with M wheels: 200/55 ZR17)
  • Brake, front: Twin disc brake, Ø 320 mm 4.5 mm, radial 4-piston fixed caliper (5 mm M wheels)
  • Breake, rear: Single disc brake, diameter 220 mm, 1-piston floating caliper
  • ABS: BMW Motorrad Race ABS (partial integral), Brake-Slide-Assist
  • ABS Pro: BMW Motorrad ABS Pro (settings for RAIN, ROAD, DYNAMIC, RACE mode)
Dimensions / weights
  • Seat height at vehicle curb weight: 32.4”
  • Inner leg curve at vehicle curb weight: 72.6”
  • Usable tank volume: 4.35 gal
  • Reserve: approx. 1 gal
  • Length: 81.6"
  • Height: 47.4”
  • Width: 33.4”
  • Dry weight: 385.8 lbs (M Package 382.0 lbs without battery)
  • Vehicle curb weight, road-ready, fully fueled 1): 434.3 lbs (M Package 426.6 lbs) 1)
  • Permitted total weight: 897 lbs
  • Payload (with standard equipment): 463 lbs

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New 2023 BMW S 1000 RR
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Motorcycle Buying Guide

When it comes to buying a motorcycle, there are many options available and it can be tough knowing where to start your search. Here at BMW Motorcycles of Jacksonville, we strive to make your buying process easier! We’ve gathered up the following shopping tips for you and you can always visit our dealership in Orange Park, Florida, for personalized advice.

Research Motorcycle Models and Features

Look into different types of bikes and find out what type best suits your needs. Do you want a touring bike for comfortable long-distance rides? Would you prefer a fast sport bike for racing?

Make sure to also think about the features that matter most to you, such as weight and power. A heavier motorcycle will be more stable, for example, while a lighter one will be more agile.

You can also look up reviews online or talk to friends who own motorcycles to get their take on specific models.

Research Motorcycle Dealerships

Whether you’re in the market for your first bike or looking to upgrade from your starter model, choosing the right motorcycle dealer is an important part of the process. The best way to go about finding a reliable and trustworthy dealer is by doing your research.

Start by searching online for local motorcycle dealerships that specialize in the type of bike you’re interested in. Get recommendations from friends and family who have recently purchased a bike, as well as read reviews online to get a better idea of what others think about the dealership.

Analyze Your Motorcycle Budget

It’s important to consider your budget before making any purchases. Will you be able to pay for the bike in full or will you need financing? Do the prices of helmets, jackets, and other gear fit into your budget? It helps to know how much you can reasonably afford, which helps you avoid overspending or unnecessarily passing on features that fit within your budget.

Visit BMW Motorcycles of Jacksonville

Visiting us at BMW Motorcycles of Jacksonville is a great way to make an informed motorcycle purchase! Our team of professionals is here to answer all your questions and help guide you toward the bike that’s perfect for your riding needs and budget. Reach out or visit us in Orange Park, Florida. We also serve those in Jacksonville and St. Augustine, Florida.

The Benefits of Buying a Used Motorcycle

If you want a bike but you don’t want to break the bank, check out the used motorcycles for sale at BMW Motorcycles of Jacksonville! At our dealership in Orange Park, Florida, we have some of the best-used bikes at prices that are competitive with our competitors. Take a look at our incredible selection of used motorcycles below or stop by our dealership, right outside Jacksonville, FL, and take one of our pre-owned bikes for a test ride! If you are looking for used motorcycles for sale in Florida, this is the place to start your search!

Unbeatable Value

Choosing to buy a used motorcycle can save you money but also give you peace of mind. Many of our bikes have the same features as the newer models but are only a couple years old, so rest assured knowing that you are getting top-of-the-line features in your used bike. You might even get lucky and find a quality used motorcycle from this year, with little miles on it! And with our expert mechanics being only a phone call away, you can trust that your used motorcycle will be working perfectly for years to come. Our service department is proud to have the highest customer satisfaction score around, and they are all motorcycle enthusiasts too, who will treat your bike with the same care they would their own.

New Rider Advantages

Used motorcycles offer advantages to new riders that they simply can’t get from a newer bike. If you’ve been riding for a while, you can think back to the days when you were fresh to the world of motorcycling. There are inevitably going to be incidents where small dings, dents, or scratches appear. Perhaps it’s unseen gravel, a misjudged parking job, or some wet leaves. These things happen — even to experienced riders! Whatever the incident may be, it is much less painful for something to happen to a used bike than the newest model.

Additionally, new riders might not know exactly what type of bike is best for their riding style or the terrain they plan on riding over. It could be that the sleek and stylish appearance of a cruiser draws them to the lifestyle, but they quickly discover that something built for long-distance would be better for their commute. Used motorcycles take less time to pay off, and riders can quickly find another used bike that is a better fit.

Things to Consider

Buying a motorcycle can be really exciting but you’ll want to make sure that the bike fits your body as well as your wallet. When you see a used bike that you like, make sure that you sit on it and get a feel for the controls and pegs before you test ride. You want to make sure that your body is comfortable on the seat and you can reach the handlebars. How is the riding position? On some motorcycles, you’ll be positioned forward in more of a racing stance, while some bikes will have you in a more leaned-back and relaxed riding position. Your feet should rest flat on the ground while still on the bike, giving you the ability to remain planted should there be a surprise gust of wind while at a stoplight. When you’re ready to take it out for a spin, make sure the bike has the feel that you want. Do your legs curl under you too much, or are your arms locked uncomfortably? You want to feel like you are “one” with the bike, in a symbiotic partnership, united against the unforgiving elements and the harsh asphalt. Also if this is your first bike, visit our parts department to make sure you get a helmet, gloves, boots, eye protection, and any other protective gear you need to keep yourself safe on the road.

Tips To Help You Decide

Other tips to help you decide what kind of used bike you should pick up, are:

  • Attend OEM-sponsored rallies, like Daytona Bike Week, Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, Delmarva Bike Week, or Americade. Many manufacturers reps will attend these events, answering any questions and allowing licensed riders to test ride different bikes.
  • You should also check out reviews and comments on motorcycle forums and blogs. You may not share the same opinions as the reviewers, but you can get some general pros and cons of different models.
  • Of course, you’ll want to talk to your biker friends as well! If you see a BMW or Ducati in a parking lot, walk up and ask some questions about it! Most riders love compliments about their bikes and are generally open to answering any questions about it. Word-of-mouth information is usually invaluable when making these types of decisions.

If you are shopping for a used motorcycle in Florida, your first stop should be BMW Motorcycles of Jacksonville, where we are proud to be your local used motorcycle dealer. Our used bike dealership is located in Orange Park, just outside Jacksonville, and we serve the used motorcycle needs of Orlando, and Tallahassee, too!

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