Take one BMW S1000 RR, add tire spikes and haul it to the middle of a frozen lake. Much hoonage ensues.
The S1000 RR is BMW’s first attempt at building a world class superbike. Known for their conservative sport tourers, BMW built the S1000 RR to compete in World Superbike. How different is it from their usual fare? How about a 14,500 RPM redline and 193 horsepower in a bike that weighs in at 450 pounds wet? I’m guessing the terms “flying brick” and “Gummikuh” (rubber cow) no longer apply.