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2024 BMW M 1000 XR Review | First Ride

2024 BMW M 1000 XR action
The BMW M 1000 XR blends elite levels of sportbike performance with a relatively comfortable riding position suitable for sport-touring duties.

BMW’s lineup of streetbikes is amazingly diverse, from single-cylinder roadsters all the way up to the supersized R 18 series, so there’s a Beemer for almost anyone. BMW’s all-conquering GS series attracts most of the headlines, but there’s another gem often hidden in the shadows.  

2024 BMW M 1000 XR
BMW has packed 201 hp into this sub-500-lb package.

The S 1000 XR was one of the first sporty adventure-tourers on the market, eschewing off-road capability for street performance but with a longer-travel suspension than typical sportbikes. Introduced in 2015, the partially faired XR was based on the S 1000 R roadster using the mighty 999cc inline-Four from the S 1000 RR superbike.  

Related: 2020 BMW S 1000 XR | Tour Test Review

Related: 2023 BMW S 1000 RR and M 1000 R | First Ride Review

2024 BMW M 1000 XR action
The addition of winglets to the fairing provides reassuring downforce at high velocities.

BMW described the XR as an “Adventure Sport Bike,” while we see it as a high-performance sport-touring bike. Whatever term you prefer, the XR has been an outrageously fast way to carve up interstate maps with squiggly lines.  

2024 BMW M 1000 XR front wheel
Monoblock brake calipers from Nissin provide impeccable braking feedback and power. Lightweight carbon fiber is used throughout the M 1000 XR when equipped with the M Competition package, including its fenders and wheels.

But when it comes to performance, there’s always a slice of the market that desires the utmost in speed, which is where this new M 1000 XR comes in. Boasting a seriously stout 201 hp, the M version of the XR takes the adventure sportbike theme to a stratospheric level.  

2024 BMW M 1000 XR dash
A 6.5-inch TFT instrument panel supplies a variety of displays, including this Race view that shows traction control interventions and real-time lean angles.

“It’s like a racebike with benefits of a crossover,” BMW proclaimed at the M 1000 XR’s recent launch in Spain. Motorrad reps say it’s the lightest and most powerful crossover bike on the market, intended to rule the roost of bikes designed for long-distance high-performance. 

2024 BMW M 1000 XR left controls
Instruments are easily navigated by BMW’s Multi-Controller wheel next to the handgrip. Cruise control is standard equipment.

The S 1000 XR was also updated for 2024, gaining 5 hp to 170 ponies and now retailing for $18,190. But our focus was on the M version, the third M model from BMW Motorrad following the M 1000 RR superbike and the M 1000 R roadster. The S 1000 XR has a curb weight of 500 lb, 8 lb more than the M-XR.  

Related: 2023 BMW S 1000 RR and M 1000 R | First Ride Review

2024 BMW M 1000 XR tank
The XR has this handy storage compartment built into its fuel tank, perfect for carrying the keyless-ignition fob and other small items while out on a ride.

Design | BMW M 1000 XR 

The XR still has a vestigial beak at its nose like ADVs do, but that’s as close to an adventure bike as the XR gets. Instead of a big schnoz masquerading as a front fender, the M 1000 XR has MotoGP-like winglets along the sides of its fairing.  

BMW says the wings generate 41 lb of downforce at the M-XR’s 171-mph top speed, dropping to 25 lb at 137 mph. Probably a negligible amount at highway speeds, but the wings could be helpful at trackdays, which are part of the XR’s design brief.  

2024 BMW M 1000 XR footpeg
A trick set of billet aluminum foot controls is part of the M Competition package, which are adjustable for angles and toe lengths.

The bike’s twin-beam aluminum frame remains unchanged, but the powerplant bolted to it has undergone serious hot-rodding based on the M 1000 RR’s mill. BMW’s ShiftCam technology accomplishes the magical feat of maintaining optimal power at lower engine speeds while significantly boosting top-end output.  

Below 9,000 rpm, the motor is directed by camshaft lobes optimized for operating at lower revs. At higher revs, two electromechanical actuators switch the intake valves over to a hotter cam lobe (more lift and different timing) in just 10 milliseconds. The result is favorable torque in low- and medium-speed ranges along with significant gains in peak power.  

2024 BMW M 1000 XR action
The M 1000 XR is the fastest comfy sportbike on the market.

Further aiding engine output are a set of variable-length intake ducts stolen from the M 1000 RR and M 1000 R, which switch to shorter ducts above 11,000 rpm. The redline takes a leap from the S 1000 XR’s 12,000 rpm to 14,600 rpm, a seriously high engine speed that is aided by lightweight titanium valves. 

Of course, there is no such thing as an inexpensive 200-hp motorcycle. The M 1000 XR has a base price of $24,295, but it doesn’t have to stop there. Preface: Carbon-fiber wheels for a Ferrari 296GTB are a $33,748 option.  

2024 BMW M 1000 XR action
The M Competition colorway is a sure sign that this isn’t a tame adventure-tourer.

Ordering the M Competition package amps up the bike’s racy nature with a slathering of carbon-fiber trim, from a carbon ignition lock cover and cockpit trim to fenders, bodywork, and even a chain guard. The most expensive bits are the M Carbon wheels, which trim unsprung and inertial mass from the place where it makes the most difference on a motorcycle.  

If you love carbon fiber (or buy Ferraris), the package’s $5,495 price might seem reasonable, and it also includes special billet footpegs, axle protectors, and a lap-timing GPS trigger. Curb weight gets shaved from 492 lb to 485. 

2024 BMW M 1000 XR Akrapovic
The exhaust system ends in a titanium Akrapovic muffler, but most of the silencing is accomplished in chambers below the engine.

Comfortably Fast | BMW M 1000 XR 

In front of our hotel in Spain was a lineup of M 1000 XRs in M Competition livery, a sinister black base peppered with blue and black accents. The overall look is visually arresting, even if it falls short of achieving pure aesthetic beauty.  

Throwing over a leg, I was greeted by a relaxed riding position considering this bike’s performance potential. Despite its race-bred DNA, the M 1000 XR doesn’t compromise on rider comfort.  The handlebar is within easy reach, and the M-branded seat feels plush. Front and center is a clearly readable 6.5-inch TFT display that can be connected to smartphones. The system’s complex capabilities are navigated by BMW’s innovative Multi-Controller wheel inboard of the left handgrip.  

2024 BMW M 1000 XR action


Firing up the XR, ears are greeted with a snarling exhaust note emitted by the tidy titanium Akrapovic muffler with a carbon cap. Most of the muffling takes place in a convoluted system of pipework placed under the engine. A quick blip of the throttle immediately sends revs soaring, a portent of fun times to follow.  

Clutch pull is modest, and it barely needs to be bothered with thanks to a highly effective quickshifter that swaps cogs seamlessly. Despite the XR’s high-strung potential, it does a fine job of wading through city streets on the way out of town. Power is omnipresent no matter the engine speed, and the bike is easy to manage in tight spaces.  

2024 BMW M 1000 XR action
The M 1000 XR proved to be delightful when unwinding twisty roads, with a wonderful blend of agility and composure. And when the roads open up, 200 ponies will make other traffic disappear in its mirrors.

Next up was a highway stint that highlighted the XR’s comfort. The two-position windscreen is adjustable on the fly, and there’s a generous amount of space between the seat and the bars. The seat is fairly tall at 33.5 inches, which allows adequate legroom despite the high-set footpegs that enable dizzying lean angles without touching down. The M Competition foot controls also allow adjustments to fine-tune their fit for different riders.  

In this environment, the “Road” ride mode delivers smooth throttle responses and a smooth ride from the semi-active suspension that has 5.4 inches of travel at both ends. Engine vibration is present but isn’t aggravating. Cruise control is standard equipment, and it operates flawlessly and can be set in 1-mph increments.  

2024 BMW M 1000 XR action

Ultimate Streetbike Performance | BMW M 1000 XR 

After arriving in a rural area, the hilly, twisty roads ahead called for a different ride mode. I toggled to Dynamic, which sharpens the throttle responses and firms up suspension damping. Other modes available are Rain, Race, and three levels of Race Pro. I sampled the Race mode but eventually switched back to Dynamic, which suited me perfectly.  

2024 BMW M 1000 XR action

It was finally time to experience the power on tap from the M 1000 XR. Holy crap, this thing is fast! BMW says it can accelerate to 124 mph in just 7.4 seconds – that’s 1.3 seconds quicker than the S 1000 XR, partly due to the M’s shorter gearing. And if you’re brave enough to keep the throttle twisted past that speed, the acceleration forces barely diminish.  

Fully up to the task of shedding big speeds are the M-XR’s brakes. I was initially disappointed to not see Brembo’s Stylema calipers, which are often found on premium bikes and are the best clampers I’ve tested. However, the XR’s monoblock Nissin calipers developed with BMW feel just as good as the vaunted Stylemas, with a firm lever and precise feedback. Very impressive!  

The Dynamic Damping Control system transforms the suspension from touring-plush to sportbike-firm at the touch of a button. It takes cues from a 6-axis IMU to keep the bike settled regardless of how aggressively it’s ridden.  

2024 BMW M 1000 XR action
A high and wide handlebar and an adjustable windscreen (seen here in its lower position) provide more comfort than expected for a machine with this much performance.

And the M 1000 XR thrives when ridden aggressively. Its relatively high and wide handlebar encourages quick steering transitions, which are certainly aided by the ultra-lightweight carbon wheels. Its agility is exceptional, and once levered over, the sportbike-derived chassis remains steadfast while the suspension’s DDC continually adjusts and adapts to every situation.  

Indelible | BMW M 1000 XR 

On the way back to the hotel, I reflected on a particular section of our ride. We were untangling a seemingly endless series of twists and turns interjected with occasional straight sections that enabled room to rev out the engine and seamlessly bang a few shifts. I was having so much fun that I was literally grinning and giggling in my helmet.  

The M 1000 XR’s extreme performance and unflappable composure made me think I was on one of the best bikes in the world for twisty roads. Its glorious motor provides acceleration that will take your breath away, and you’d think it was terrific even if you never revved it above 9,000 rpm. The M-XR has agility that will shame many sportbikes, and it has race-level braking power backed by cornering ABS. 

2024 BMW M 1000 XR action

And when it’s time to leave the canyons, the M-XR transforms into a relatively comfy touring bike. Riders are coddled with decent wind protection, a plush suspension, and amenities like heated grips and cruise control.  

Whether unraveling twisty mountain roads or devouring miles on the open highway, the M 1000 XR offers an unrivaled combination of performance, luxury, technological sophistication, and immaculate attention to detail. Now I just gotta remember where I stashed that $30K wad I was setting aside for something special… 

2024 BMW M 1000 XR
Pricing for the M 1000 XR starts at $24,990, but the desirable M Competition package ups the MSRP to $30,485.

2024 BMW M 1000 XR Specs 

  • Base Price:  $24,295 
  • Price As Tested: $30,485 (M Competition package) 
  • Warranty: 2 yrs., unltd. miles  
  • Website: BMWmotorcycles.com 


  • Type: Liquid-cooled, transverse inline-Four, DOHC w/ variable valve timing, 4 valves per cyl.  
  • Displacement: 999cc  
  • Bore x Stroke: 80.0 x 49.7.0mm  
  • Horsepower: 201 @ 12,750 rpm (factory claim) 
  • Torque: 83 lb-ft @ 11,000 rpm (factory claim) 
  • Compression Ratio: 13.3:1  
  • Valve Insp. Interval: 18,000 miles  
  • Fuel Delivery: EFI w/ throttle-by-wire, 48mm throttle bodies  
  • Transmission: 6-speed, cable-actuated slip/assist wet clutch  
  • Final Drive: Chain  


  • Frame: Twin-beam aluminum, cast aluminum swingarm  
  • Wheelbase: 60.9 in.  
  • Rake/Trail: 25.1 degrees/4.6 in.  
  • Seat Height: 33.5 in.  
  • Suspension, Front: 45mm inverted fork, semi-active, 5.4 in. travel 
  • Rear: Single linkage shock, adj. semi-active, 5.4 in. travel  
  • Brakes, Front: Dual 320mm discs w/ 4-piston radial calipers & cornering ABS  
  • Rear: Single 265mm disc w/ 1-piston caliper & cornering ABS  
  • Wheels, Front: Carbon fiber, 3.5 x 17 (as tested) 
  • Rear: Carbon fiber, 6.0 x 17 (as tested) 
  • Tires, Front: 120/70-ZR17 
  • Rear: 200/55-ZR17   
  • Wet Weight: 492 lb (as tested, factory claim) 
  • Fuel Capacity: 5.3 gal.  

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2024 BMW M 1000 XR, S 1000 XR Review | First Look

2024 BMW M 1000 XR Blackstorm Metallic
2024 BMW M 1000 XR in Blackstorm Metallic

BMW Motorrad has announced the release of two long-distance sportbikes for 2024. The updated 2024 BMW S 1000 XR offers increased engine power, improved ergonomics, design refinements, and expanded standard features. The new 2024 BMW M 1000 XR, which was first teased in June 2023 as a prototype, is a bike that BMW says is designed to “meet the highest demands, from dynamic riding on winding roads to long-distance touring and to time spent on track.”

See all of Rider‘s BMW coverage here.

2024 BMW S 1000 XR

2024 BMW S 1000 XR Gravity Blue Metallic
2024 BMW S 1000 XR in Gravity Blue Metallic

The new S 1000 XR shares the S 1000 RR’s liquid-cooled 999cc inline-Four with DOHC and 4 valves per cylinder mated to a 6-speed gearbox, optimized Shift Assist Pro, and a slip/assist clutch.

Compared to its predecessor, claimed power has been increased by 5 hp to 170 hp as a result of the flow-optimized geometry of the intake runners and customized engine mapping. Peak power comes at the same 11,000 rpm, and the maximum torque generated also remains at 84 lb-ft at 9,250 rpm.

Related: 2020 BMW S 1000 XR | Tour Test Review

The S 1000 XR comes with Dynamic Traction Control, Dynamic Brake Control, Dynamic ESA, Dynamic Engine Brake Control, and Ride Modes Pro. Stopping power still comes from dual 4-piston fixed calipers grabbing 320mm discs up front and a single floating caliper and 220mm disc in the back. Integral ABS is standard, and Race ABS is linked to the ride modes. The 43mm inverted fork and rear shock have been optimized to provide a more sensitive and comfortable ride and they offer 5.9 inches of travel front and back.

2024 BMW S 1000 XR

From an ergonomic standpoint, the seat of the S 1000 XR has been completely redesigned. It now offers an extra 0.4 inch of seat height (33.5 inches) and provides more space by increasing the usable length and width of the seat, allowing for better adjustment of the seating position depending on the riding conditions. A total of three different seat heights are available. The handlebar clamp has also been redesigned.

2024 BMW S 1000 XR

The new S 1000 XR comes with an expanded standard equipment list, including Headlight Pro with an adaptive turning light. Keyless Ride and a 12 Ah capacity battery are also now standard features. Additionally, the new BMW S 1000 XR is equipped with a standard USB charging socket. Other updates include the standard Intelligent Emergency Call feature, the option to equip the S 1000 XR with the M GPS Laptrigger, and the availability of M Carbon wheels.

The new S 1000 XR also benefits from redesigned visual elements, including new side panels and air intakes on the rear section. Additionally, the radiator trim now has a textured surface, and the previously black-colored “beak” front fender is now painted in body color.

2024 BMW S 1000 XR Light White
2024 BMW S 1000 XR in Light White
2024 BMW S 1000 XR Blackstorm Metallic 2
2024 BMW S 1000 XR in Blackstorm Metallic 2

The 2024 S 1000 XR comes standard in Blackstorm Metallic 2, Gravity Blue Metallic, or Light White / M Motorsport starting at $18,190. It’s available with the optional Premium Package and M Package as well as numerous individual options and accessories.

2024 BMW M 1000 XR

2024 BMW M 1000 XR Light White
2024 BMW M 1000 XR in Light White

At the end of 2018, BMW Motorrad introduced the M model range strategy for motorcycles and has been offering M special equipment and M performance parts since. The BMW M 1000 XR follows the M 1000 RR superbike and the M 1000 R roadster, introduced in 2020 and 2022 respectively.

Related: 2023 BMW S 1000 RR and M 1000 R | First Ride Review 

“Based on the current S 1000 XR and S 1000 RR, the product substance of the M 1000 XR – M XR for short – has been tuned to meet the specific requirements of a long-distance sports bike,” said Dominik Blass, M 1000 XR product manager. “The riding dynamics speak for themselves, both on the country roads as well as on the track and on long-distance journeys.” 

2024 BMW M 1000 XR

The new BMW 1000 XR uses the liquid-cooled 999cc inline-Four with DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder, and throttle-b-wire adapted from the M 1000 RR that makes a claimed 201 hp at 12,750 rpm and 83 lb-ft at 11,000 rpm. The M XR engine also uses BMW ShiftCam technology for an increase in torque and pulling power in the low and medium speed range with simultaneous gain in peak power. The new M XR engine offers almost the same high torque range in the lower and middle ranges as the previous S 1000 XR engine but with the same peak power as the RR. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox with a slip/assist clutch.

2024 BMW M 1000 XR

In the rev range above 10,000 rpm, which is relevant for supersport riding as well as for use on the track, significant improvements have been made over the engine of the S 1000 R. In the range from 10,000 rpm to 12,000 rpm, noticeably more horsepower and torque, and thus acceleration power, is available.

Increased rear wheel pulling power in all gears is also provided by a shorter secondary gear ratio through the use of a sprocket with 47 teeth (compared to 45 teeth on the S 1000 XR). In addition, 4th, 5th, and 6th gear ratios are shorter compared to the S 1000 XR.

The M XR engine is also equipped with variable intake runners. The length of the intake runners is varied in two stages by a map-controlled servomotor mounted on the airbox. At a speed of 11,000 rpm, the short intake paths favorable for achieving maximum power are opened.

BMW Motorrad’s developers pursued the overriding goal of further enhancing the new M XR in terms of power and torque delivery compared to the S 1000 XR, while at the same time significantly reducing weight for the new exhaust system. It features two three-way catalytic converters and a more steeply angled titanium rear muffler with a carbon end cap.

2024 BMW M 1000 XR

The new M XR features four ride modes – Rain, Road, Dynamic, and Race – as standard, as well as the additional Race Pro 1, Race Pro 2, and Race Pro 3. The latest generation of the standard Dynamic Traction Control (DTC) with a 6-axis IMU and fine adjustment has four fixed basic settings for the respective riding modes, as well as the adjustable DTC wheelie function. In the Race Pro ride modes, fine adjustment (+/- Shift) is available.

As standard, the new M XR features three throttle maps that are linked to the ride. The newly added third throttle map – Direct Throttle Response – with a very steep gradient for particularly spontaneous response, is configurable in Race Pro modes. As a further component, Engine Brake mode in Race Pro modes offers adjustability of the engine drag torque in overrun mode.

2024 BMW M 1000 XR

The 2024 M 1000 XR also offers Launch Control for race starts, Pit Lane Limiter for keeping to given speeds in the pit lane, Brake Slide Assist when brake drifting, and Hill Start Control Pro for comfortably starting off on inclines. 

The suspension and chassis of the new M XR are based on the S 1000 XR with the aluminum bridge frame as the centerpiece. It is a welded construction consisting of four gravity die-cast elements and integrates the engine, which is inclined forward by 32 degrees, as a supporting element. The frame was designed to transmit power directly to the engine structure via the shortest possible paths. The frame, known as the “Flex Frame” due to the optimal interaction of the main frame, rear frame, and swingarm, offers further advantages due to its very narrow design.

2024 BMW M 1000 XR

When designing the suspension of the new M XR, BMW says the aim was to realize both the best possible lap times on the track and an exceptional riding experience on country roads. The M XR features a 45mm inverted fork with an adjustable steering damper, an upper fork bridge with an elaborately milled-over handlebar clamp, and a more front-oriented black aluminum tubular handlebar with lasered “BMW M XR” lettering.

The new M XR is equipped with the electronically controlled Dynamic Damping Control (DDC) suspension as standard. The basic settings of the DDC are linked to the ride modes. In Rain and Road mode, the DDC’s tuning focus is on compliant damping and can thus be described as sporty-comfortable. The Dynamic mode is intended for very smooth roads, and in the Race mode, the basic damping is increased for track use. In the Race Pro modes, the individually adjustable Race DDC damping characteristic optimally supports track riding and provides an even firmer damper setting. DDC is also able to take into account how much load the bike is carrying, and a new feature of the M XR’s DDC is the additional adjustability of the fork preload. Suspension travel is 5.4 inches front and rear.

2024 BMW M 1000 XR

The fork legs have also been modified to accommodate the new M brake calipers. The M brakes were developed directly using the experience gained with the racing brakes on BMW Motorrad factory racing machines in the Superbike World Championship. The development of the M brakes incorporated all of BMW Motorrad’s previous findings, including those from customer sport and from the ABS track functions. Front braking comprises M-design dual 4-piston fixed calipers biting 320mm floating discs. At the rear wheel, a single-piston floating caliper in M design grabs a 265mm disc.

The new M XR is equipped with lightweight forged aluminum wheels as standard, with the very low weight M Carbon wheels (3.3 lb lighter) available as part of the M Competition Package.

2024 BMW M 1000 XR

In addition to drive and suspension technology, aerodynamics was also a key item in the specifications for developing the M XR, which was given winglets on the front side panels with the aim of achieving faster lap times on the track and the best possible riding stability at high speeds. The additional front wheel load that results from the winglets counteracts the wheelie tendency during acceleration, the traction control system has to regulate less, more drive power is converted into acceleration, and the rider achieves a faster lap time.

The 6.5-inch TFT instrument cluster of the new M XR is essentially the same as the M RR, with four screens. The Pure Ride screen provides all the necessary information for normal operation on the road, while the three Core screen displays are designed for the track and provide a corresponding range of information. In addition, the rev counter is displayed here both in analogue form (Core 1 and 2) and in the form of a bar graph (Core 3).

2024 BMW M 1000 XR

In addition to the digital display of speed, rpm, selected riding modes, settings for ABS Pro and DTC, as well as the menus, detailed information about vehicle dynamics, chassis behavior, etc. is available.

The electrics and electronics of the new M XR are based on the proven systems of the S 1000 XR. However, the M XR has a battery weighing only 2.8 lb. It also features a USB charging socket installed at the rear of the vehicle as standard, as well as electronic cruise control and heated grips.

The 2024 BMW M 1000 XR comes in Light White or Blackstorm Metallic starting at $24,990. Optional upgrades include the M Competition Package and various individual options and accessories.

For more information, visit the BMW Motorcycles website.

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2024 BMW M 1000 XR Prototype | First Look Review 

2024 BMW M 1000 XR prototype

As part of BMW Motorrad’s 100th anniversary, the company has unveiled a prototype of the newest model in its M lineup: the M 1000 XR. The M 1000 RR and the M 1000 R, the first two independent M models from BMW Motorrad, were introduced in 2020 and 2022 respectively. 

Related: 2023 BMW M 1000 RR and M 1000 R | First Look Review 

The M 1000 XR was developed based on the current S 1000 XR, S 1000 RR, and M 1000 RR as a long-distance sportbike with supersport riding dynamics for the road as well as for the track. 

BMW says the letter M has been “synonymous with racing success worldwide for over 50 years, as well as with high-performance BMW road models aimed at customers with very high expectations for performance, exclusivity, and individuality.” 

The 999cc inline-Four engine from the S 1000 RR with BMW ShiftCam technology for varying the timing and valve lift is used as the basis. When our reviewer tested the 2023 S 1000 RR, putting it through five sessions on Spain’s 2.6-mile Almeria Circuit, he rated the bike “at the pinnacle of supersport performance.” 

Related: 2023 BMW S 1000 RR and M 1000 R | First Ride Review 

The M 1000 XR has a claimed engine output of more than 200 hp and a curb weight of 492 lb, as well as chassis technology, aerodynamics, and control electronics that BMW says are designed equally for high-performance road use, long-distance touring, and fast track lapping, with a claimed top speed of around 174 mph. Further weight reduction and increased riding dynamics can be achieved with the available M Competition Package.  

The M 1000 XR has the same M winglets of the M 1000 RR and M 1000 R, offering greater stability, reduced wheelie tendency, and enhanced acceleration thanks to improved aerodynamic downforce, and the forward-leaning seating position ensures better bike control, especially in supersport mode. 

Also like its M-model predecessors, the new M 1000 XR features M brakes. These were developed using experience gained with racing brakes on BMW Motorrad factory racing machines in the Superbike World Championship. 

BMW Motorrad will publish further information on the new BMW M 1000 XR in the second half of 2023. 

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