Making 193bhp and 83lb/ft of torque, the 2010 BMW S1000RR is the most powerful 1000cc production bike on the market. More importantly, weighing 183kg dry and 204kg fully fueled, it also has the best power-to-weight ratio. Troy Corser just took the wraps off the production BMW S1000RR in Monza, the bike will go on sale in most markets, including the US, in January.
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We've been covering the S1000RR, BMW's SBK contender, since last April. We've published way too much info, images and analysis to reprint here, but you can find it all on our BMW tag page. Click here.



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Above: full specs, click to enlarge.



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