There’s currently no plans to offer the 193bhp 2010 BMW S1000RR in anything but baby vomit green, orthopedic beige or boring black, but we bet we’ll see this red, white and blue one shortly after the bike goes on sale next January.
Update: turns out the red, white and blue will be available as a cost option, details after the jump.
At extra cost the new S 1000 RR is also available in the colours of the BMW Motorrad Motorsport Team reminiscent of the colour scheme on the Superbike Works Racing Machines. In this case the paintwork is modern Alpine White Non-Metallic, Magma Red Non-Metallic, and Lupin Blue Metallic, with the swing arms also fi nished in eloxy Silver and the wheels in high-gloss Black.
The frame comes in Black on all colour variants.
An additional optical highlight on all colour variants is the red spring on the spring strut unit.