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BMW S 1000 RR Delivers Form & Function
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BMW S 1000 RR Delivers Form & Function

Did you know that the famous BMW S 1000 RR built by BMW Motorrad was to compete in the 2009 Superbike World Championship? In fact, post its debut in Munich the bike became a huge success and its commercial production began in the year 2010. The best way to describe the bike is that it’s powerful yet easy to handle. The 1000 RR has a fully adjustable electronic system, cruise control, and heated grips that enhance the controllability. The RR has a Dynamic Traction Control too! Yes, this new bike is even better than the previous HP4.

The bike features a very sporty look thanks to the nose-down and tail-up design. The asymmetrical headlights and sporty gills add to its demeanor. The bike also has four racing modes in all; two for the adventure devil in you and two for everyday riding. They are, sport, race, rain, and slick. The 999cc bike has a maximum torque of 113 Nm and a top speed of over 200 kmph. A point to note is that the handling of the bike, even at the top speed, is easy and manageable.

The multifunction instrument cluster has a fresh new dial design as well as dimmable LCD. The width of the bike is 826 mm while the height is 1140 mm and length is 2050 mm. It has a large wheelbase of over 1400 mm to provide the ride stability for a safe ride. The RR also has an analog engine speed indicator that also has a Best Lap in Progress function. With a fuel tank capacity of 17.5 liters, the bike weighs around 407 kilos.

The RR boasts of its adjustable low and high-speed compression and damping at the rear. With floating twin disc brakes with 4-piston fixed calipers at the front, you can rest assured enjoy your ride. It was available in two shades, namely, Black Storm Metallic as well as Racing Red/Light White.

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