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BMW Concept Ninety Motorcycle

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May 28, 2013

Category: Rides

This hand crafted aluminum work of art has been crowned the BMW Concept Ninety Motorcycle, and it pays homage to the iconic BMW R90 S we all know and love.

Drenched in the classic Daytona Orange paint that covered the classic R90 S, this concept bike does a standup job at fusing vintage design aesthetics with modern day performance and technology. To help achieve this greatness, the German auto maker enlisted the help of designer Roland Sands. The bike retains the large single headlight out front, matte black uncovered engine, and many of the subtle design elements that made the R90 S so drool worthy. While we’re not quite sure if this thing will ever make it to production, we can assure you that it will be both limited and expensive if it ever does.

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