2011 BMW S1000RR – Now Available in Yellow

06/29/2010 @ 9:32 am, by Jensen Beeler8 COMMENTS

The big news for the 2011 BMW S1000RR is that you can now get the superbike in “Sun Yellow”, which is replacing the Acid Green paint job that made motorcycle journalists collectively heave, pregnant woman prematurely give birth, and BP pump massive amounts of oil into the Gulf Coast. Also available is a “Light Grey Metallic”, which is replacing the Silver Metallic…if you’re just as confused as we are on the distinctions between light grey and silver, check after the jump for photos.

Source: BMW

  • Grimmy

    But still looks like somebody punched it in the left eye

  • buellracerx

    and the yellow is better than the green???

    i’ll take acid green over daisy yellow

  • Grimmy

    ooops sorry right eye. If I was going to get one I think I would pay the extra and get the team colours.

  • http://ridethetorquecurve.blogspot.com/ hoyt

    i agree buellracerx

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  • Doctor Jelly

    I was quite partial to the green myself… Much better than mustard yellow.

  • Dave

    I like the acid green too. Especially since other people whine about it.
    You aren’t looking at the bike if you are riding it.

  • Jim

    Have to say that the acid green grew on me (or maybe it’s mold). Gray-silver, ehh, dull, dull, dull. The bike looks best in the team livery, but then all BMW special models going back to the R100RS that have used that color combination have looked great.