Auto Fabrica’s BMW R NINE T Type 18 Is A Sleek Futuristic Motorcycle

Jun 17, 2019

Category: Rides

Recognized for their unique style and sleek, futuristic overhauls, you can always count on Auto Fabrica to create two-wheel knockouts. Inspired by BMW’s history with aviation, the company built an avant-garde motorcycle for the future. The BMW R NINE T Type 18 By Auto Fabrica is a stealthy bike with a beautiful modern design.

Combining traditional aluminum coachwork and 3D printing, the design for this bike is clean and bold. It has hand-bend stainless steel exhausts, a custom speedometer by Gauge, custom aluminum monocoque tank and seat, and 3D printed headlights housing. The minimalist bike also has flying wings, paying homage to BMW’s roots as an aircraft engine builder. To ensure a smooth, fun ride, the bike features a fully-adjustable Maxton GP10 rear suspension, Brembo 4 Pot brakes, and 17-inch front and rear Racer wheels. The bike’s modular design helps it stand out from the most impressive crowd. If you’re looking to nab your own Type 18, contact Auto Fabrica now, as this model is extremely limited.

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