BMW R NineT by 2 Loud

What can You do with almost perfect retro naked from BMW? Well, actually I don’t like R Nine T at all… as I find it over-designed and too complicated regarding line… but most of the people love it…

You can take it… disassemble it… modify, cut, paint… and build a nice retro scrambler tracker based on a “supposed to be a factory Cafe Racer” 🙂

And I love it!

This is how R Nine T should look and feel like from the beginning. Classic tank, minimalistic bodywork, lightweight front with classic round lamp and small Motogadget speedo. Small radiator and KN filters are adding come custom and aggressive look over the classic lines

I find this transformation of R NineT by Ma Yi Cheng’s from 2 Loud – the best version so far.

Source: 2 Loud Custom Shop



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