The limits of the BMW S1000RR aren’t approachable by the grand majority of motorcyclists, but that didn’t stop BMW from going even crazier with the HP4 (High Performance 4-cylinder), which was introduced in 2013.
When it was released, BMW took plenty of pride in their claim that it was the lightest 4-cylinder supersport bike in the 1,000cc class to date with a dry weight of 373 pounds. Keep that in mind when you consider that it makes 193 horsepower and 83 ft-lb of torque! It was also the model BMW used to debut its Dynamic Damping Control, the first electronic suspension system in a production bike – which is now commonplace on the top-of-the-line machines from most manufacturers.
This HP4 (VIN: WB10D1106EZL09237) is production #4905 and it has 3,153 miles on the odometer. It’s a one-owner machine that’s current on maintenance. There’s a few minor wear marks, but nothing serious. Find this HP4 for sale in Marina del Rey, California with bidding up to $14,000 and the reserve not yet met (but it’s close!) here on Iconic Motorbike Auctions.