BMW R nineT Track Grinder By Urban Motor

Dec 19, 2013

Category: Rides

The eager beavers at Berlin-based Urban Motor finally got their hands on the highly coveted BMW R nineT, and this stunner, fittingly dubbed ‘Track Grinder,’ is the end result. There’s a new handcrafted aluminum tank with a bold bit of grey, blue, and purple that certainly pops out on the otherwise all-black body. The standard nineT engine remains intact with its 110 horsepower, but there are more perks to uncover, like the small headlight hiding underneath the bikini fairing.

The Motogadget Motoscope display is made up of red LED pixels, while the stock gas tank has been altered to seamlessly morph into a custom alloy tail and seat with a leather cover. Other upgrades include a Domino throttle lever, Tarozzi pegs, and dual-sport GT201 tires from Golden Tyre.

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