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ManufacturerBMW Motorrad
SuccessorBMW F900R
Engine798 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 / stroke82.0 mm × 75.6 mm (3.23 in × 2.98 in)
Power64 kW (86 hp) @ 8,000 rpm
Torque86 N⋅m (63 lb⋅ft) @ 6,000 rpm
Transmission6-speed, endless O-ring chain
Suspension43 mm telescopic fork (front), dual swing arm (rear)
BrakesFront: 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
Tires120/70-ZR17, 180/55-ZR17
Wheelbase1,520 mm (60 in)
DimensionsL: 2,145 mm (84.4 in)
W: 905 mm (35.6 in)
H: 1,160 mm (46 in)
Seat height800 mm (31 in), low seat: 775 mm (30.5 in), high seat: 825 mm (32.5 in)
Weight177 kg (390 lb) (dry)
199 kg (439 lb) (wet)
Fuel capacity16.0 L (3.5 imp gal; 4.2 US gal)
RelatedF800GT, F800ST, F800S, F800GS, F700GS, F650GS

The BMW F800R is a naked motorcycle introduced by BMW Motorrad in 2009. The F-series also includes the F800S (discontinued), the dual-sport F800GS & F650GS, and the sport touring F800ST, which was replaced by the F800GT in 2013.

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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