BMW S 1000 RR
BMW completely shook off its once conservative motorcycle image with the original RR of 2009. Now comes the first major update of the German firm’s superbike with more horsepower (a whopping, claimed 199) and less weight to push. The frame has been changed up, too, certainly with input from BMW’s racing efforts. And harnessing all of the speed are traction control, new electronically controlled suspension, as well as Shift Assistant Pro, which allows quick, clutch-less shifting, both up and down through the gears.
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