Krämer Motorcycles announces 2024 Supersport Racebike: The all-new GP2-890RR

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On July 27, 2023, German racing motorcycle manufacturer Krämer Motorcycles will unveil the latest addition to its product lineup: the 2024 Krämer GP2-890RR, a supersport motorcycle built exclusively for the racetrack that is a "new benchmark in its category," explains Markus Krämer, CEO of Krämer Motorcycles. The motorcycle will be unveiled on July 27-29 at the Automotodrom in Brno (CZ) with an international press audience from the USA and Europe.

The new Krämer GP2-890RR is the "Peak of Performance", Krämer Motorcylces' best performance to date and has outstanding specifications among comparable models. Among them is the best power-to-weight ratio in the category - with 138 horsepower and a race-ready weight of 142 kilograms. As the highest level of development in the GP2 model family, the RR model offers its riders* traction and wheelie control, among other features, complemented by improved aerodynamics, optimized suspension components and all-new engine sports electronics.

First motorcycle from Krämer Motorcycles with RR seal: The Peak of Performance

The Krämer GP2-890RR will be available worldwide, but will be limited to 125 units: Each motorcycle will therefore bear its very own number engraved on the triple clamp. A production series that Markus Krämer, CEO and founder of Krämer Motorcycles, is proud to present: "The GP2-890RR represents our brand perfectly, as it combines the best of our developments in all areas. Thus, this launch is also the optimal start of a new chapter of Krämer Motorcycles: with the opening of the new factory, a new logo and the GP2-890RR as the peak of performance."

Higher maximum engine speed and significant weight savings

The Krämer GP2-890RR is powered by an 889cc parallel-twin engine from KTM that produces 138 hp (101 kW) at 10,100 rpm and 100 Nm of torque at 8,200 rpm. The GP2-890RR also achieves an improved maximum engine speed of 11,500 rpm, thanks to new, lighter engine components and advanced engine management software.

At the heart of the bike is the 25CrMo4 steel trellis frame, which provides exceptional rigidity and brings the GP2-890RR to a race-ready weight of 142 kilograms. Additional weight savings come from the unique fuel tank design, which uses a rotationally molded plastic tank that also forms the rear of the bike. The fuel cell holds a maximum of 16 liters of gasoline and keeps its weight optimally distributed - even, or especially, when the amount of gasoline drops in the course of the race or a training session.

Premium components set "new standards in the supersport category"

The 2024 Krämer GP2-890RR is equipped exclusively with premium components: Among them, double Brembo Stylema brake calipers, forged Dymag aluminum rims and premium WP Apex Pro suspension elements. "The Krämer GP2-890RR is an uncompromising race bike that exemplifies what is possible when you focus solely on track performance. We invite racers, trackday riders and, of course, the competition to experience the Krämer GP2-890RR on the track and see for themselves where this bike sets the benchmark of performance in the supersport category," says Jensen Beeler, Global Head of Sales at Krämer Motorcycles.

Pricing and color options

Available from September 2023, the Krämer GP2-890RR will be the first motorcycle to roll off the production line at Krämer Motorcycles' new factory in Burghausen, Germany, and will carry the company's new logo design. Prices for the Krämer GP2-890RR start at 41,990 euros in Europe, $39,995 in the United States, £35,990 in the United Kingdom, CHF 41,990 in Switzerland and EUR 59,990 in Australia. The standard "Brno Blue" matte finish will be complemented by a "Brainered Black" squat gloss finish in the United States. The new motorcycle can be pre-ordered immediately from Krämer Motorcycles directly or from any of the Krämer sales partners listed on the website www.kraemer-motorcycles.com.