For sale is a 2016 BMW S1000RR with the premium package. Flawless condition, never dropped, no scratches. This bike has every available option except the alarm. Traction control, wheelie control, launch control, forged wheels, heated grips, cruise control, electronic suspension, electornic shift assist(clutchless shifting up and down) and more. Aftermarket parts include Akrapovic titanium muffler ($1,000), Pazzo adjustable levers ($180), tinted windscreen($90), fender eliminator($75), and USB port. All stock parts that were removed are included except the factory muffler. It was scratched at the dealer when it was new and part of my purchase was an agreement they would install the akrapovic muffler. Looking to sell anytime between now and March 2019. About 20 miles on new front and rear brake pads. Will need a new back tire in the spring. There is a lien on the bike so will have to wait for title until payment clears with BMW. This is my 2nd S1000RR, I am selling it so I can buy a 3rd in the spring.Mileage is around 8200 miles but will go up as I ride it every possible day.From the manufacturer:BMW freshened up its road-legal race bike for 2015, improving electronics, smoothing out the engine's torque curve, adding 6 horsepower, and shaving 8.8 pounds from the curb weight by using a lighter exhaust and a lighter battery. With 199(Appx 204 with Akrapovic) horsepower and only 449 pounds to move, the S1000R has a power-to-weight ratio of just 2.26 pounds/horsepower, which means it can go from full stop to 60 mph in a hypercar-taming 2.6 seconds -- without shifting out of first gear, which tops out at 96 mph.The S1000RR comes with standard three drive modes -- Sport, Race, and Rain; Sport is the base mode, Race makes traction control less intrusive, and Rain dials output down to 187 horsepower and 80 lb-ft of torque, reduces throttle response, and puts stability and traction control on high alert. The S1000RR is also available with an optional Ride Modes Pro functionality that adds two more modes, Slick and User. Slick mode allows the rider to adjust the sensitivity of traction control, and User lets the rider to customize ABS, stability control, engine mapping, and the Dynamic Damping Control suspension settings. In addition to the additional electronic modes, the Ride Modes Pro package upgrades the S1000RR with launch control and pit-lane speed-limiter functionalities. Other electronic systems offered on the S1000RR include Dynamic Traction Control, which includes a banking sensor and gives the rider seven settings to choose from; Gear Shift Assist Pro, which allows clutch-less shifts; and cruise control.