BMW R1100S (1998 - 2005)

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BMW R1100S (1998 - 2005)
Once you've actually got the BMW into the corner it’s very stable and its weight isn’t so apparent

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Reviewed: 14 September 2010 by Visordown
The BMW R1100S isn't going to radically change sportsbike rider's perception of Beemers overnight but it's actually a pretty capable track bike. And a very good road one. Lining up in the fast group of the trackday waiting to go out on track I was a bit unsure on how the ...  Continue reading

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Superb bike that has a solid engine that can do many miles. Not dull or boring and this bike did have its own race series. Continue reading...
I love mine. Although it took some time getting used to its unusual design and ride the payoff was worth it. A classic sporty all 'rounder with a lot of individuality, style, and distinction. Great, semi-uprigh Continue reading...
brilliant! Try one, it may take a little getting used to and yes it is heavy, but once moving it is a joy and very easy to ride quick or slow all day long. Continue reading...
If you can forget all the latest bikes BHP figures, 1/4 miles times, top speed figures ect. And enjoy actually riding your bike in the REAL world, you would love a BMW boxer. I found with my own R1100S that onc Continue reading...
great bike and a super comfortable machine,nice handling ,i got 43000 miles on mine and runs like a dream. Continue reading...

Discussions

Sorry but not sure where to ask a question

My local BMW Dealer in South Africa has a R1200S which looks as if it could be a fun track bike but I can find no detail on it.

Can anyone help?

Kookie

Posted: 22/03/2010 at 14:10

http://forums.pelicanparts.com/bmw-r1100s-r1200s-tech-forum/

Posted: 08/03/2012 at 17:11

Everyone claims the bike is great.... ´could be..I say it´s Teutonic... like Porche...´Not built for 5´7" dwarfs like meThe ADLER was once.... ´completely the opposite... a twin 2-stroke... beautiful..was sold to Japan and became the Honda in (I think) 1956 or 7.. not sure.. No.. never a Beemer... not fo this nut.... Donah..// 

Posted: 23/08/2012 at 20:22

Brillaint bike, not as fast as last bike '04 Triumph Sprint ST, but comfy, fast anough, great looking, and brillaint handling and motor.

Posted: 24/08/2012 at 14:28



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Very capable alternative to a sports tourer. Great second hand buy.
 
It takes a fair amount of effort to get the Sport to change direction and it's a big bike.
  • Price: £8310.00
  • Year: 1998 - 2005
  • Top speed: 141mph
  • Price new: 8310
  • Engine capacity: 1085cc
  • Power: 97bhp
  • Torque: 72lb ft
  • Weight: 208kg
  • 0-60: 4.3 seconds

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