Bridgestone R nineT EICMA Special by Diamond Atelier

Dec 27, 2017

Category: Rides

Collaborations between well known brands are usually a recipe for success, and when Bridgestone made a last minute pitch to Tom Konecny of Diamond Atelier to whip up a BMW R nineT for the EICMA, the results speak for themselves.

Building on a donated R nineT, the German customizer felt right at home tearing into the BMW to push the limits on this build. A set of mismatched wheels were machined to squeeze onto the chassis and original body panels were chopped and reworked to fit the race feel of the Bridgestone bike. A ton of bolt on accessories were added to give the ergonomics a more aggressive stance, including Gilles clip-on handlebars. The stand out piece is a 3D printed front light cover that makes this custom a real head turner.

Learn More: Diamond Atelier

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