Hookie Co. BMW R Ninet Moto Transformation Kit

Feb 27, 2019

Category: Gear

Hookie Co. is one of those custom bike makers that have no issue creating a beautifully unique moto, and every project they undertake leaves us wry with envy. But fear not — you’ll soon be able to outfit your current BMW R Ninet with a hand-crafted kit that will take your two-wheeled machine to an all new level.

The Dresden-based customizer has decided to utilize its CAD-built parts to create a modular kit for motorcycle riders who aspire to have a bespoke build, but can’t find the time to relocate their bike to Germany to undergo “the treatment.” This makes reproduction simple, and for around $5,600, riders will receive a slew of parts that serve to transition the already beautiful bike into a work of art. A new subframe, 11-liter fuel tank, K&N air filters, an E-Tray that houses an antigravity, 12-Cell lithium ion battery, and an Alcantara leather seat make up the bulk of the pack, which includes a Snake Cargo Strap with an AustriAlpin Cobra Buckle and all the hardware/parts you need to complete the project. To make sure you haven’t been led astray, the company will also provide a manual and video tutorial walking you through the steps for each upgrade — perfect for those who want the look and feel of a customized Hookie motorcycle but with only half of the investment.

Purchase: $5,600

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