BMW’s first true race-ready superbike wowed the world when it debuted in 2009, and it’s only gotten better with age. The 2012 model received what would appear to be inconsequential updates, but these minor chassis and suspension tweaks add up to a big improvement in handling. The S1000RR turns quicker and holds a line better than ever before, making its 170 horsepower that much easier and more exciting to exploit. That extra maneuverability is in addition to an existing list of assets that includes inspiring stability, tremendous brakes, traction control, ABS and a quick-shifter. You can even get your freakishly fast superbike with heated handgrips!