BMW’s M division has been creating high-performance cars for decades, and now the badge has finally found its way on to the Bavarian firm’s two-wheelers.

The new M 1000 RR (M RR for short) becomes BMW’s first M motorcycle. Based on the existing S 1000 RR superbike, the new machine is optimised for racetrack performance while still being road legal...

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