The race version of the BMW S1000 R.

I never thought I would see the day when I would put a BMW motorcycle in my dream garage.  As you can see, BMW motorcycles have never quite peaked my interest partly because of design, partly because I never liked the way the engine stuck out on both sides and partly because I could never accept the fact that a motorcycle made by BMW could be something I would love.

Assymetricly beautiful.

For most BMW owners out there, I apologize – my heart has never pitter-pattered whenever a BMW rode by me. 

But with the S1000RR, my heart is aflame with desire.  This motorcycle is not only stunningly beautiful and sexy, it possesses some of the greatest motorcycle technology in use today.  In fact, the folks from has written: “Making 193bhp and 83lb/ft of torque, the 2010 BMW S1000RR is the most powerful 1000cc production bike on the market. More importantly, weighing 183kg dry and 204kg fully fueled, it also has the best power-to-weight ratio.”

From the depths of hell comes the S1000RR.

I’ve seen this bike in person at the L.A. Auto Show this year and believe you me, this bad boy is for real.  For more information, you can check out the main BMW Motorcycles website online.

Being on top of the food chain isn’t cheap either – one of these bikes will cost you around $25k.


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