The 2011 BMW F is a middleweight blend of commuter and track functions. In other words, it is a mighty fine, fun ride to the office. Seating is comfortable for rider and passenger, a typical BMW feature. Above 5000 revolutions per minute, vibration sets in. The grips, seat, tank and pegs issue rumbling reminders of their presence. That would be tiring on a longer run. Gauges are analog, quite traditional and readable. Alongside the two gauges is an LCD display for time, fuel, temp, gear and computer readouts. The basic F800R costs $9950, which is not bad for a BMW. However, adding the Premium Package: anti-lock brakes, heated grips, tire-pressure monitor, sport windshield, electric accessory socket and alarm, brings the cost to $11,395.