When BMW revealed the R90S in the 1970's, it was a revolution. Superbike power mixed with sensible German engineering. Proving the adage, "everything old is new again" that revolution just happened all over again...
In April, 2008 BMW announced a modern reincarnation of the R90S, the S1000RR Superbike. Aimed squarely at World Superbike competition, this is by far the most potent BMW ever made - 2 or 4 wheels.
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Here is a review of the new Royal Enfield model that has replaced their long-running, massively selling (in India) and old-in-the-tooth, 500 and 350 Bullet models, whose roots extend back to 1952. This new model even meets BS6 emission and regulatory requirements. My understanding is that it is being introduced into the UK and EU markets and might make it to the U.S. soon. Just don't expect it to be a freeway cruiser or a match for any BMW model in performance: https://www.motorcycle.com/features/...eteor-350.html