There has been loads of excitement surrounding the recent release of the BMW S 1000 RR, and for good reason. After making a splash in the two-wheel segment in 2009 as the first true digital superbike with its 190-horsepower engine, asymmetrical lights and rigid bodywork, the German manufacturer welcomes the new decade with the all-new iteration of the iconic model that’s lighter, much faster, better looking and smarter than ever before.
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