Running alongside the 2024 British Superbike Championship programme for the second year running, the BMW F 900 R Cup has been devised to be accessible for aspiring as well as experienced riders.

Riders will compete on identical 105hp F 900 R roadsters over nine rounds, with the first round taking place in Spain at the Navarra circuit, while the rest take place at iconic UK Circuits, including a WorldSBK support round at Donington Park.


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Each round sees riders compete across multiple practice and qualifying sessions, with a unique heat race format where half points are available, followed by full points awarded during the main event race.

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Race reports from each BSB round will be available to read here. Click through to see the round ups from the weekend's races.

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F 900 R Cup Race Dates

Round 1 - Circuito De Navarra - 20-21 April 2024

Round 2 - Oulton Park - 4-6 May 2024

Round 3 - Snetterton - 5-6 July 2024

Round 4 - Donington Park - 12-14 July 2024

Round 5 - Brands Hatch - 19-21 Jul 2024

Round 6 - Thruxton - 9-11 August 2024

Round 7 - Cadwell Park - 24-26 August 2024

Round 8 - Donington Park - 27-29 September 2024

Round 9 - Brands Hatch - 11-13 October 2024

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Championship Prize Fund

Cash prizes will total £56,000 for the full nine-round championship – allocated at each round for the heat races, the R&G Last Chance Qualifier and the main final. In addition, the winner of the overall F 900 Cup Championship will receive a new BMW S 1000 RR; a production bike that could be used to progress into the National Superstock 1000 Championship.

As well as position-based cash prizes, each round will see series supplier K-Tech select the ‘K-Tech Rider of the Meeting’, awarding £200 for the most notable performance of the weekend.

Following the conclusion of the 2023 F 900 R Cup Championship, BMW Motorrad UK awarded the ‘Lee Nicholls Most Improved Rider’ award to Harley Prebble, the rider who was judged to have shown most progress throughout the season. Harley was awarded with a set of made-to-measure BMW M Pro Race leathers, M Pro Race helmet, gloves, and boots from BMW Motorrad UK, totalling over £2,000 in value.

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Sporting and Technical Regulations 2023
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When will bikes be available to purchase?

BMW Motorrad UK currently have a stock of F 900 R bikes available. Please see below on how to order.

Where & how do the riders purchase them?

Once the rider’s entry has been accepted and their registration fee has been paid and confirmed by MSV-R, the rider/team owner should then contact their preferred Retailer and place an order for a F 900 R. The Retailer will then contact BMW Motorrad UK who will register a F 900 R and allocate it to the Retailer for sale to the rider/team at the price noted below.

Before supply of the bike to the retailer it will need to be partially prepared by Fortis Racing, the price of which is included in the Race Kit costs. This conversion includes machining and fitting of front suspension, fitment of rear stand bobbins, toe guard, rear set frames and the removal of the rear passenger grips from the rear sub frame.

The rider/team should then decide who will complete the race bike conversion, either themselves, the retailer, or Fortis Racing at additional cost.

It also possible for riders/teams to purchase a used F 900 R from their preferred retailer should they wish. It will be the rider/team’s responsibility to ensure that these bikes meet the F 900 R Cup Technical Regulations. This will involve arranging for the bike to be partially or fully prepared at Fortis Racing and will likely incur additional costs over and above the supply, and work included in, the cost of the Race Kit.

How much and what is included in the purchase price?

The price of a base F 900 R £5,300 inc. VAT. Only one bike per rider will be available for purchase.

The specification of this base bike will be:

  • Racing Red
  • M Endurance Chain
  • Windshield

The Race Kit will be controlled parts and will only be available to order from Fortis Racing. Once your entry has been accepted you will be given access to the specialist, Fortis Racing BMW F 900 R Cup website, where you can order the Race Kit at a cost of £5,095 inc VAT.

The Race Kit will consist of:

  • Exhaust – Arrow full system
  • Rear sets
  • Rear set frame plates – fitted by fortis racing before supply
  • Engine crash protection – R&G
  • Frame crash protection - R&G
  • Oil drain plug
  • Oil filter retainer clip
  • Rain light
  • Fully enclosed belly pan
  • Nose cone
  • Race tail cover and tray
  • Toe guard/sharks fin
  • Front fork internals - Ktech
  • Labour to fit fork kit – fitted by fortis racing before supply
  • Fork fluid
  • Rear shock - Ktech
  • Steering damper - Ktech
  • Stand bobbins – R&G, fitted by fortis racing before supply
  • Hm quickshifter
  • Rad guards - R&G
  • Brake lever guard - R&G
  • Exhaust hanger bracket – R&G

There will be some additional costs for ECU programming, the cost is currently estimated at £200 + VAT but is TBC.

What discounts are available once registered for the Championship?

There will be spare parts programme put in place. This will include a discounted Wet Wheels package. Details will follow. 

When will the Championship Technical Regulations be issued?

The series will use identical 105hp F 900 R roadsters. The regulations are intended to limit changes to the homologated production F 900 R in the interest of safety, power limitations, and to minimize racing costs.

The full regulations are to be confirmed but as a guide the bike will remain as standard with the exception of controlled parts supplied in the Race Kit, as listed above. The engine must remain as standard and will be sealed. The ECU will also be locked.


Entries, MSVR – Lucy Hart (

Series Manager/Technical Regulations – Steve Plater (

Race Kit Supply – Dave/Adam Carnell, Fortis racing ( or

BMW Contact for bike purchase – Preferred retailer