2021 BMW S1000RR



Additional photos of this 2021 BMW S1000RR are available here for your perusal.

After spending nearly two decades honing its sportbike formula with the R1100RS and the HP2, BMW finally materialized its progress in the form of the S1000RR. It was a release that turned the race replica segment on its head, proving once and for all that the Germans could beat the Japanese at their own game.

When it launched in 2009, the “RR” introduced a number of firsts to the production motorcycle market. In addition to an optional quick shifter, it also featured ABS, dynamic traction control, and a customizable four-mode riding system. What’s more, it boasted the largest bore and stroke of any liter bike at the time — a potent 80mm x 49.7mm. On the road, this meant that the 999cc transverse four-banger made some 193hp and 82.6lb-ft of torque, enabling a top speed of 186mph and a 0-60mph sprint of 3.1 seconds.

Since that time, BMW has only continued to improve on its original effort, refining the concept with slippery aero, a strengthened frame, some reworked suspension, and a set of stronger brakes. With the ultra-exclusive HP4 version of the S1000RR, BMW even added a ride-by-wire steering system — an innovation that had previously only appeared on track bikes.

The current generation S1000RR arrived in 2018 with a water- and oil-cooled engine that puts down 204hp and 83lb-ft of torque. The combination of hollow-bored titanium valves and BMW ShiftCam technology allow it to rev all the way to 14,600rpm.

This example is VIN: WB10E2303M6E83687. The seller is the original owner, he purchased it new from Montgomeryville Cycle Center one year ago.

The odometer shows 2,433 miles.

“The bike underwent its break in service at 600 miles and just had its annual service. It also just received a recall service for the cam timing chain tensioner.”


The seller has included the above video to show the extent of his bike’s upgrades. The parts he describes are as follows:
– BrenTune stage 1
– Thyssenkrupp carbon wheels
– Full Akrapovic exhaust
– Bursig stand
– Carbon tank cover
– Carbon side tank panels
– Carbon front fender
– Carbon side fender
– Carbon rear fender
– Carbon tail fenders
– Carbon tail cap
– Carbon top rear seat
– Carbon shark gills
– Carbon clutch cover
– Carbon alternator cover
– Carbon heat shield
– Carbon kickstand
– Carbon sprocket cover
– Carbon electric panel cover
– Carbon upper pannels
– Carbon chain guard
– Carbon windshield panel
– Carbon bottom rear seat
– Carbon windshield cap
– Carbon belly pan
– BMW radiator Guard
– Gilles rearsets
– Evotech lever guards
– NRC turn signals
– WRS windshield
– Rizoma stealth mirrors
– Rizoma turn signals
– TST tail lights
– TST upper license plate
– TST lower license plate
– TST license plate light
– Gas cap
– Puig panel fill
– Screen protector
– Oil cap
– Front axle slider
– Womtech swing arm spools
– Lightech frame sliders
– Anodized plate mount
– Peg blanking plates
– Pillion cover
– PPF coating and paint protection

The seller is including all of the OEM take-off parts and panels, along with a set of M forged aluminum wheels and a SC Project CR-T exhaust.

Cosmetic Blemishes: please see the album up top for all known cosmetic blemishes. Per the seller: “the chain has a bit of surface rust due to not riding it for a month while it was in for PPF and paint correction. There is a small stone chip on the right rear tail that went through the PPF and into the carbon.”

It is riding on Michelin Power RS tires.

The sale includes two keys.

Currently located in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, this BMW is offered on a clean Pennsylvania title. Have any S1000RR stories or questions about this listing? Let us know in the “Comments” tab!

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