BMW R NineT ‘Vintage’ By Roland Sands Design

Jul 10, 2018

Category: Rides

One of the most common threads in the custom motorcycles built by Roland Sands Design is, at the very least, a touch of old school style. And we’d be lying if we said we didn’t love that about them. Which is why we’re so excited about their latest built, a double dose throwback BMW R NineT they’ve dubbed ‘Vintage.’

Though it might not look it, this bike actually retains quite a bit of its stock frame, with just a bit chopped off to suit the stout sporty style. A look which is compounded thanks to the addition of 19” RSD traction flat track wheels with Dunlop DTX tires. It also got a pair of gorgeous fenders, a standard pagusa seat for some retro flair, RSD carbon fiber-tipped exhaust pipes, and more. Whomever it is that gets to ride this bad boy around is a lucky so-and-so, indeed.

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