BMW display the brand new S1000 RR motorbike
October 16, 2014

BMW Motorrad have officially displayed their brand new S1000RR sports motorbike that is officially set go on sale from next year. The bike was revealed for the first time ever in front of a live audience at the Intermot motorcycle show from Cologne Germany. Alongside revealing the looks and design structure of this brand new production bike, the company behind the machine also confirmed some of the brand new features and technical pieces of information to come along with the bike spec wise that could see it sit high up in the top spots amongst top contending motorcycle brands famous for sports machines such as the Honda firm and Kawasaki amongst others. BMW on the motorbike front are mostly well known for their touring models which have proven to be key sellers on the road ever since they were seen used on the Long way round a show which featured stars Charlie Boorman and Ewan Mcgregor travelling around the world on these touring models. With BMW trying to increase their reputation now in the sports bike sector, which features and special attributes for the S1000 RR could give it an edge or at least make it a key contender in the future?.

 

Brand new information regarding parts and accessories revealed for the S1000 RR

Along side some technical pieces of information being revealed for the bike, BMW also revealed the design and paint scheme for the two wheeler also. A total of two paint schemes will go on offer with the machine which include the popular Blue and White look which can be found on the majority of Suzuki GSXR models. You alternative colour selection however comes in at Red and Black sharing the same design of the hugely successful CBR 600RR from the Honda brand. A 999cc engine has been confirmed to make its presence felt and it will also come complete with a water cooling system rather than a liquid cooler. A twin spar aluminium frame helps the S1000 RR when it comes to a lighter riding experience than ever before and amongst the key features, a semi-active suspension system is also thrown into the mix.

 

A quick shifter which helps the bike to progress through the gears a lot smoother also comes along as standard as do the heated grips and an all new LCD HUD display. Cruise control is also an optional extra to come along with it.

 

When can we expect to see the S1000RR taking the motorbike market by storm?

A purchase price to come along with the new S1000RR remains quiet right now and a launch date has yet to be revealed also. The S1000RR is expected to go on sale in 2015 which therefore would be locking horns with Kawasaki's much anticipated H2 Ninja model which is expected to arrive next year also.  

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