* Finance can be arranged
* 2 Year Warranty also available
* Trade in's welcome
* In 2014 BMW unleased the bike that many were holding their breath for – a naked version of their all-conquering S1000RR sportsbike. Oh yes, a naked RR – what more could you want? Boasting a claimed 160bhp and using (virtually) the same chassis and motor as the RR, the R may have lost a few bhp in its transformation from RR to R but that didn’t really matter. Unlike so many rival naked bikes, BMW hadn’t compromised when it came to the R’s electronics package and with the option of angle-responsive TC and ABS, semi-active suspension and more (including heated grips...), the R certainly had enough tech to please. But, and this is the crucial part, despite its more than ample power delivery, the R was never a totally wild and uncontrollable beast of a naked bike, meaning it appealed to a wide range of riders. Not as expensive as you might imagine in the used market, if you are after a very rapid roadster that has lots of tech, the S1000R is a great option. It’s not as bonkers to ride as the likes of a Tuono V4 or Ducati Streetfighter but in many ways that actually counts in its favour and makes it a far more appealing road bike as a result.