The BMW S1000RR is a sport bike. Created and introduced in Munich in APril 2008, the BMW S1000rr was created to compete in the 2009 Superbike World Championship. It is powered by a 999 cc inline-4 engine redlined at 14,200 rpm. I weights 403 pounds and has a fuel tank that can hold 17.5 liters of fuel. the S1000’s weight with a full fuel tank totals to 459 pounds
A few technical features of the BMW S1000RR
BMW Motorrad created this bike and it’s a true superbike. It has curves from the front to the rear, hold an asymmetrical front lamp, Dynamic Traction Control (DTC), and have a liquid-cooled four-cylinder in-line engine that can run up to 199 horse power at 13,500 r.p.m.
Loz’s review of this BMW Motorrad Bike
In a review, author Loz Blain describes the high horsepower of the BMW S1000RR as a purring pussycat, sounds clean like it’s almost electric. “otherworldly performance and pleasant rideability that defies logic as much as it defies physics”. No matter how many times you ride this bike, you never feel prepared when you ride it the next time. Race riding position can work your legs and you can feel weight on your wrists when you are breaking downhill.
No complaints about this BMW S1000RR
This can do very well in the lower gears as well as the higher ones. There are no complaints when you are going 30 miles per hour at the bottom on a 6 gear system. It’s just as smooth as it was running open bore close to the top speed of 186 mph. The quickshifter can work with the bike’s computer to perform a clutchless shift faster than the rider can manage. This bike also has riding modes and suspension setting that can be changed electronically. However, our reviewer Loz, doesn’t ever need to change the settings. The suspension is always comfortable and set at a comfortable mark.