2016 Delhi Auto Expo: BMW R nineT Bike Unveiled, Launch Soon

BMW R nineT

BMW R nineT Bike has to the best motorcycles when it comes to perfect combination sporty riding, retro looks and modern technology along with hip styling

BMW Motorrad uped the game when it comes to launching motorcycles one after the other. The last entrant after much teasing was the R nine T. A retro motorcycle cafe racer motorcycle inspired styling and technology wise, an adequately equipped motorcycle to keep the styling distinctive and made old riders running to the showroom floors. Classic styling along with modern engine, chassis and suspension made it outright hit with the enthusiast and instantly made a lot of fans. Large tank, endless option for seats to choose from, spoke wheels, round headlight, shaft drive, exposed frame and much more just made it a motorcycle to be bedroom wallpaper.

The BMW R nineT is powered by twin-cylinder, air/oil-cooled 1170cc DOHC Boxer engine with four radially aligned valves per cylinder and a central balancer shaft. The engine ends up producing 110 hp at a low 7550 RPM and 119 Nm at 6000 RPM. Engine is mated to a six-speed equipped helical teeth gearbox. The motorcycle has a top-speed of 200 km/hr. The bike weighs in at 222 kgs and has a large fuel tank of 18 litres.

BMW R nineT-2

When it comes to suspension, you get upside down forks, monoshock at the rear. Monoshock at the rear has rebound damping and preload adjustability. Front forks are 46 mm and is non adjustable. Brakes at the front are dual disc that are 320mm and have four piston caliper radially mounted to it. ABS standard on all bikes from BMW and R nine T is no exception.

The R nineT two choices of brushed aluminum fuel tanks as an option along with heated handlebar grips as accessory/extra to choose from. The motorcycle has endless options and accessories to choose from. Right from seats, paint schemes, seat cowl, exhaust system and much more in terms of luggage. We cannot wait to get our hands on this one!

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