NMoto’s Art-Deco BMW Bike Gets A Gold & Platinum Premium Upgrade

Mar 26, 2020

Category: Rides

About a year ago, the folks at NMoto, to great fanfare, released their ‘Nostalgia’ — a BMW R nineT-based, art-deco-styled custom motorcycle intended to pay tribute to the 1934 BMW R7. Now they’re back with an even rarer, more premium version they’ve called the BMW R7 85th Anniversary Commemoration Limited Edition.

As you can see, the silhouette is largely the same as its ‘Nostalgia’ predecessor and the powertrain is still based on an R nineT. However, there are some very noteworthy differences. According to the brand, about 150 of the parts on this bike were custom fabricated. The build also includes platinum-plated body panels with genuine pink gold trim, a genuine Louis Vuitton leather saddle, and an actual Cartier clock set into the gas tank. Along with a traditional kickstand and hand shift, each bike takes roughly 4,000 hours over the course of a full year to build. Limited to just 10 examples, this magnificent motorcycle is priced at $250,000 each.

Purchase: $250,000

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