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Known for its hard-edged performance, BMW offers a softer and more versatile S 1000 RR for 2020.
Known for its hard-edged performance, BMW offers a softer and more versatile S 1000 RR for 2020. (Kevin Wing/)The 2020 S 1000 RR retails for $22,095 with the optional M Package and mandatory Select Package.
The 2020 S 1000 RR retails for $22,095 with the optional M Package and mandatory Select Package. (Kevin Wing/)Without question, the S 1000 RR’s improved steering manners and agility are stand-out improvements compared to its predecessor.
Without question, the S 1000 RR’s improved steering manners and agility are stand-out improvements compared to its predecessor. (Kevin Wing/)The 999cc inline-four has been completely reengineered. It is not only lighter but more powerful in terms of horsepower.
The 999cc inline-four has been completely reengineered. It is not only lighter but more powerful in terms of horsepower. (Kevin Wing/)The S 1000 RR’s cockpit is more civilized and accommodating for most riders.
The S 1000 RR’s cockpit is more civilized and accommodating for most riders. (Kevin Wing/)BMW engineers worked diligently to optimize the flex characteristic of the chassis.
BMW engineers worked diligently to optimize the flex characteristic of the chassis. (Kevin Wing/)The M Package unlocks the Ride Modes Pro setting which allows the rider to adjust the individual electronic settings of the motorcycle.
The M Package unlocks the Ride Modes Pro setting which allows the rider to adjust the individual electronic settings of the motorcycle. (Kevin Wing/)An “M” embroidered seat also comes as part of the M Package.
An “M” embroidered seat also comes as part of the M Package. (Kevin Wing/)The S 1000 RR certainly isn’t a slouch in the engine department, however US-specific tuning restricts engine acceleration in the lower gears.
The S 1000 RR certainly isn’t a slouch in the engine department, however US-specific tuning restricts engine acceleration in the lower gears. (Kevin Wing/)All of the electronic settings are adjusted using this control interface on the left clip-on.
All of the electronic settings are adjusted using this control interface on the left clip-on. (Kevin Wing/)The S 1000 RR is the first production sportbike to benefit from carbon fiber wheels as an option from the factory.
The S 1000 RR is the first production sportbike to benefit from carbon fiber wheels as an option from the factory. (Kevin Wing/)As always, the BMW’s braking components are well adept at shedding speed. Brake bite is a tad softer than before (not a bad thing).
As always, the BMW’s braking components are well adept at shedding speed. Brake bite is a tad softer than before (not a bad thing). (Kevin Wing/)As always, the BMW’s braking components are well adept at shedding speed. Brake bite is a tad softer than before (not a bad thing).
As always, the BMW’s braking components are well adept at shedding speed. Brake bite is a tad softer than before (not a bad thing). (Kevin Wing/)Ergonomically, the 2020 S 1000 RR is more accommodating than before, especially for those under 6 feet tall.
Ergonomically, the 2020 S 1000 RR is more accommodating than before, especially for those under 6 feet tall. (Kevin Wing/)BMW engineers nailed the styling of the 2020 S 1000 RR. We appreciate its symmetrical face that features styling cues from its predecessor. <a href="https://www.motorcyclistonline.com/2020-bmw-s-1000-rr-first-ride-review/">Read the full review »</a>
BMW engineers nailed the styling of the 2020 S 1000 RR. We appreciate its symmetrical face that features styling cues from its predecessor. <a href="https://www.motorcyclistonline.com/2020-bmw-s-1000-rr-first-ride-review/">Read the full review »</a> (Kevin Wing/)

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