Tonight, BMW Motorrad Philippines, will unveil a motorcycle for the first time digitally. Being unwrapped online will be the new F 900 R.

First launched in EICMA 2019, the new model hopes to bridge the gap between their entry-level roadster, the G 310 R, and the S 1000 R, offering roadster styling and maneuverability with the smooth power and compact dimensions of a parallel twin engine.

The F 900 R is the latest product from BMW’s steadily expanding F series platform. The new F 900 R is powered by the same twin-cylinder engine found on the F 850 GS, bored up from 853 cc to 895 cc. It now produces 106 Ps and an even fuller torque curve with a maximum torque of 92 Nm. To help reign in all this power, the new F 900 R features ‘Rain’ and ‘Road’ riding modes that come as standard. Top speed is claimed to be more than 200 kilometers per hour.

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To help produce more power, the cylinder heads were machined and new forged pistons were used (previously cast pistons). This creates a particularly powerful, emotional sound – similar to that of a 90-degree V2 engine. The sound is rounded off by a completely new and very sporty underfloor silencer system made of stainless steel.

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Like the F series GS models, the new F 900 R also makes use of a steel bridge frame that integrates the engine as a load-bearing element. The fuel tank that is now back to its classic position in front of the rider. Front wheel control is taken care of by an upside-down