BMW’s flagship sportbike, the S 1000 RR, was launched in 2009. That year, the Bavarian motorcycle manufacturer built 1000 units to satisfy World Superbike homologation rules.
The following year the first-gen S 1000 RR went into full production, changing the supersport landscape with its superior electronics and its nearly 200-horsepower engine.
As it celebrates its 10th birthday in 2019, BMW has totally revised the S 1000 RR, giving the now third-gen superbike more horsepower, slicker electronics, updated suspension and new styling.
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