2017 BMW R nineT Urban G/S ‘Coyote’ By Fuel Motorcycles

Jun 19, 2018

Category: Rides

We gotta hand it to BMW Motorrad – whenever they partner with a custom motorcycle builder, they manage to produce a bike as unique as it is good-looking. And that has to be difficult, considering how many of their partnership builds we’ve seen over the years. Their latest work, an R nineT Urban G/S by Spanish firm, Fuel Bespoke Motorcycles, is no different.

Called ‘coyote,’ this bike is inspired by the tenacity, adaptability, and sheer gumption of its desert-roaming canine namesake. But it’s not just a name; the bike has the hardware and performance to back it up. The brainchild of Karles Vives, ‘Coyote’ was lightened up and stripped down, before receiving upgrades such as a smaller fuel tank from a Suzuki GT 250, an auxiliary tank to house the fuel pump, a modified frame, leather and suede upholstery, Hollywood handlebars, and a caged headlight – courtesy of a Spanish enduro bike. It also features handmade manifold pipes and exhaust, an Ohlins rear suspension, a hydraulic cartridge by Andreani at the front, and more. Needless to say, this is one bike we’d love to take for a ride or two.

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