Bimota BB2: The BMW S1000RR Powered Bimota Cometh

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Bimota BB2: The BMW S1000RR Bimota Cometh

11/12/2012 @ am, by Jensen Beeler 2 COMMENTS

motorcycle lust Batman! BMW has announced that it will be Italian boutique brand with engines from the BMW superbike. The Bimota BB2 will cover at EICMA in a concept form at Milan, and likely Christmas for everyone in attendance.

BMW Bimota chose the S1000RR because of its extremely low weight lbs) and high power (193 hp). No word yet if the the BB2 will be a fully faired bike, or … wheelie of doom (check out these sketches by Oberdan Bezzi ), but the is a welcomed turn of events for fans who wanted a little in the Ducati-heavy model line-up. release after the jump.

BMW Motorrad takes up cooperation with Bimota. S 1000 RR for new 4-cylinder model.

BMW Motorrad will be supplying the motorcycle manufacturer Bimota the engine of the BMW S 1000 RR. For its new 4-cylinder Bimota has opted for what is the best 4-cylinder in-line in the supersports motorcycle segment. An concept of this new motorcycle be on show at the EICMA in Milan.

By the in-line 4-cylinder power of the BMW S 1000 RR, Bimota has gone for the most innovative straight-four currently available. Its low weight of 59.8 kilograms, an output of 142 kW bhp) at 13,000 rpm and an extremely valve gear with two camshafts and weight-optimised cam followers it the perfect power source for the new project.

Bimota BB 1

Bimota boasts a long of 4-cylinder supersports motorcycles. The first Bimota models in the 1970s were powered by 4-cylinder engines. For around decades, the name Bimota has for technologically innovative and painstakingly supersports bikes made for enthusiasts – in spite of an eventful

BMW Motorrad and Bimota engaged in a partnership once before. In the Italian company presented the BB1 a supersports single-cylinder model by the engine of the BMW F 650. The BB1 Supermono BMW engine had an output of 35 kW (48 bhp), just 167 kilograms and achieved a top of 196 km/h.

376 of this light supersports were built between and 1996.

Source: BMW Group

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