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Manufacturer BMW Motorrad
Production Since 2009
Class Naked
Engine 798 cc (48.7 cu in), Water-cooled, 2-cylinder, 4-stroke, four valves per cylinder, two overhead camshafts, dry sump lubrication, Engine Type 804 (BRP/Rotax)
Bore / stroke 82.0 mm × 75.6 mm (3.23 in × 2.98 in)
Power 64 kW (86 hp) @ 8,000 rpm
Torque 86 N·m (63 lb·ft) @ 6,000 rpm
Transmission 6-speed, endless O-ring chain
Suspension 43 mm telescopic fork (front), dual swing arm (rear)
Brakes Front: Twin disc, floating brake discs, diameter 320 mm, four-piston fixed calipers Brembo; Rear: Single disc, diameter 265 mm, single-piston floating caliper; ABS optional
Tires 120/70-ZR17, 180/55-ZR17
Wheelbase 1,520 mm (60 in)
Dimensions L: 2,145 mm (84.4 in)
W: 905 mm (35.6 in)
H: 1,160 mm (46 in)
Seat height 800 mm (31 in), low seat: 775 mm (30.5 in), high seat: 825 mm (32.5 in)
Weight 177 kg (390 lb) (dry)
199 kg (439 lb) (wet)
Fuel capacity 16.0 L (3.5 imp gal; 4.2 US gal)
Related F800GT, F800ST, F800S, F800GS, F700GS, F650GS

The BMW F800R is a naked motorcycle introduced by BMW Motorrad in 2009. It is the newest addition to the F-series, which includes the F800S, the dual-sport F800GS & F650GS, and the sport touring F800ST.

The F800R was first introduced when Streetbike freestyle World Champion, Chris Pfeiffer started using the custom bike for his tricks. Pfeiffer first started using a BMW F800S in January 2006, and eventually transformed the S into an R model in order to lighten the weight of the bike and make it more suitable for motorcycle stunt riding. In honor of Pfeiffer, BMW is offering a limited edition of 68 Chris-Pfeiffer-Edition BMW F800R models,[1] which has custom paintwork and an Akrapovič exhaust.[2]

Chris Pfeiffer performs a stunt on the F800R


  1. ^ Newbigging, Chris (28 August 2009). "New BMW F800R Chris Pfeiffer replica". Motorcycle News. Retrieved 3 November 2009. 
  2. ^ "BMW F800R Chris Pfeiffer: Riding impression". Faster and Faster. Archived from the original on 29 October 2009. Retrieved 3 November 2009. 

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