About S1000 RR 
The S1000RR is the road-going version of the race bike that BMW had produced to compete in the 2009 Superbike World Championship. The motorcycle has received a lot of appreciation, making it one of the most preferred motorcycles in the Supersport segment. Now, carry forwarding the success story ahead, BMW showcased the 2019 edition of the motorcycle during the 2018 EICMA show.
The S1000RR continues to be a fully-faired motorcycle sporting a new design that is aggressive and sharp as opposed to the asymmetrical design on its predecessor. The motorcycle is powered by a new 1000cc inline four-cylinder motor that is capable of producing 207bhp of max power at 13,500rpm and 113Nm of peak torque at 11,000rpm. The motor also features BMW’s ShiftCam technology which changes the valve timings and valve strokes on the intake side.
The motorcycle incorporates a new suspension system termed as ‘Flex Frame’, wherein the engine has more of a load-bearing function. The inverted forks and monoshock setup have been further tweaked to improve the handling and traction while providing the rider with better feedback from the wheels.
With the 2019 edition, BMW has managed to drop the weight down to 197kg, which is 11kg lighter than the current outgoing model. On the tech front, the new S1000RR receives a host of new features like 6-axis IMU, Dynamic Traction Control and DTC wheeling function as standard. Apart from that, it also receives an adjustable engine braking system along with ABS Pro for superior braking experience. Lastly, Shift Assistant Pro for up and down shifts and launch control is included in the package as standard equipment.
In India, the S1000RR faces completion from the likes of the Yamaha YZF-R1, Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R and the Suzuki-GSX-S1000R.