If you’ve been an aficionado of the custom motorcycle scene for any length of time, you’ve likely seen your share of amazing BMWs. As one of the most prolific, modification-prone platforms of all time, the manufacturer’s R nineT has been the recipient of many a makeover — but, amidst the endless waves of two-wheeled wonders, Injustice Customs’ Urban G/S ‘Thor’ variant does just enough to stand out.
Sweden’s Injustice Customs is about as interesting as they sound — bridging the gap between classic cycles and their modern-day counterparts. While the BMW R nineT isn’t exactly an “old” bike, the (now) five-year-old series has quickly become one of the community’s favorite platforms for burly, purposeful builds. The Urban G/S variant that was requisitioned for this particular project makes it all the more mesmerizing. After partnering with both BMW and Ohlins for the upcoming build, the company’s owner, Anton Knutsson, began to lay the groundwork for the blacked-out behemoth. A heightened ride height, the implementation of Ohlins’ secretive new Blackline suspension peripherals, and a custom-tailored triple tree give the Thor an aggressively modern look — something for which the builder has become known over his tenure as a professional customizer. Beringer four-piston calipers and master cylinders help to keep the bike’s operating systems in line, while a bespoke 2-into-1 exhaust system and Cerakote treatment add some much-needed originality to the nineT. To secure the aura of a shadowy Norse god, Knutsson chose to rely on a high-quality carbon replica called Ilmberger Carbon — boasting both a matte ‘denim’ lacquer top coat and discreet presence on the blacktop.