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BMW Motorrad has introduced two additional 2015 models at the EICMA Salone Internationale del Motociclo in Milan: the S 1000 XR adventure sports motorcycle and the updated F 800 R roadster.


The BMW S 1000 XR – all good things come in fours.

Following on from the S 1000 RR and HP4 superbikes as well as the S 1000 R roadster, BMW Motorrad is now unveiling the fourth member in the BMW Motorrad line-up of high-power motorcycles with straight-four-cylinder engines and a distinctly sporty bias. The S 1000 XR is the first in a new class of adventure sports' motorcycles and it offers dynamic touring qualities, sporty performance and high levels of comfort as well as outstanding everyday usability.

  • Perfect blend of performance and comfort from a true 'adventure sports' bike
  • Inline-four cylinder 999cc engine from S 1000 R producing160 hp and 83 lb-ft
  • Long-travel forks and suspension for excellent agility and riding comfort
  • Dynamic, innovative design and appearance
  • DDC semi-active suspension and ABS Pro as an optional extras
  • Dynamic ESA semi-active suspension available as optional extra
  • Automatic Stability Control (ASC) and BMW Motorrad ABS as standard
  • Huge range of Parts and Accessories available

More information on the new S 1000 XR.


The new F 800 R. Sporty, agile, versatile.

The new F 800 R is the latest in the line of characterful parallel twin-cylinder motorcycles from BMW Motorrad. Consistent development of its all-round qualities has ensured the dynamic roadster is ready to delight owners with its sporty performance, agile handling and even greater versatility – all wrapped up in a dynamic package.

  • Increase in power to 90 hp (up 4 hp)
  • Dynamic new styling and refreshed design
  • Upside-down forks, radial front brake callipers and lighter forged wheels
  • Seat height reduced to 790 mm (from 800 mm)
  • ASC (Automatic Stability Control) and ESA (Electronic Suspension Adjustment) available as factory-fit options
  • Power output can be reduced to 48 hp (35 kW) to meet A2 licence classification

More information on the new F 800 R.