Rumors about the appearance of a BMW G310RR mini-sport bike have been going around for many years, but only now, it seems, have come to the realization of this project.
More precisely, the sport bike appeared almost immediately, but without the BMW nameplate: the Indian company TVS, which produces motorcycles on the G310 platform for Bavarians, has been selling the Apache RR310 model on the home market for several years. In fact, it’s just a BMW G310R clad in a full fairing.
The frame, engine, suspensions, wheels, and brakes of the TVS Apache RR310 are completely identical to the BMW street, so it’s surprising that it took the Germans about four years to expand the range of low-capacity sports bikes. But it finally happened.
The BMW G310RR is slightly different from the Apache RR310. He received a fully adjustable KYB front suspension, and lower clips mounted just above the footrest. The rider will be able to choose one of four engine recoil modes: full-power Sport and Track (34 hp at 9700 rpm) or “trimmed” to 25.8 hp and 7600 rpm Rain and Urban. The braking system migrated to the mini-sport bike from the street: the ByBre calipers are paired with a 300-millimeter disc in front and a 240-millimeter disc in the rear.
The optics of the BMW G310RR, as befits a modern motorcycle, will be fully LED. A vertical full-color five-inch TFT “tidy” that supports integration with a smartphone will go to the “German” from Apache.
The motorcycle corresponds to Euro 5, its sales in Europe should start at the end of this year.