BMW and PRAËM have joined forces for a beautiful custom creation. The retooled S 1000 RR boasts 199 horsepower and 113Nm strike of pure torque, and is capable of handling twists and turns on the road or the track.

French brothers Sylvain and Florent Berneron are largely responsible for the beautiful design, which is meant to show a bigger range of what one can do in custom, as well as to demonstrate that modifying sport bikes is a lot more technical and the build needs to be very precise in order for it to work.

The custom S 1000 RR features a front fairing that is based on a Suzuka eight-hour endurance bike and has one light on the right side. The fuel tank has then been reconfigured in aluminum, while lighter carbon wheels have been added in order to reduce inertia and gyroscopic effect to aid steering by speeding up.

Originally posted: BMW



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